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A form can be modified in which of the following views? (Points : 1) Layout view only Layout view or Design view Design view only Form view only
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Please answer in a full sentence, restating the question as part of your answer.
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The data type for a telephone number field is NUMBER.
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When transforming a data model into a database design, designers represent relationships by: (Points : 3) using primary keys using foreign keys using the entity identifier applying attributes normalizing
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When transforming a data model into a database design, designers represent relationships by using the entity identifier.

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External devices such as printers and keyboards are known as peripherals.
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