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To create a new database in Microsoft Access; I would click “Create” and then click on “Table,” followed by typing in the Table Name and click “Create.” Next, I would go to the first blank row in the table and type in the column headers. After that, I would click on each of the columns that I would add to my database and click on “Insert.”
Microsoft Access is new to me, but seems interesting since it has many similarities to Excel as far as inputting necessary data. Like Excel, it stores data in tables that look much like worksheets, but Access tables is designed for complex querying relation to data stored in other tables.