Create a database without using the Database Wizard
Create a database without using the
A D V E R T I S E M E N T
When Microsoft Access first
starts up, a dialog box is automatically displayed with options to create a
new database or open an existing one. If this dialog box is displayed, click
Blank Access Database, and then click OK.
If you have already opened a database or closed the dialog box that displays
when Microsoft Access starts up, click New Database on the toolbar,
and then double-click the Blank Database icon on the General
Specify a name and location for
the database and click Create. (Below is the screen that shows up
following this step)
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