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Q: To rearrange the order of fields in the design of an Access table without cutting, _____. Select one: a. delete the fields and repeat their entries in the correct order b. position the mouse pointer
in the row selector and use the move pointer to drag and drop the field c. use the Delete and Insert keys d. all of the above
A: To rearrange the order of fields in the design of an Access table without cutting, (b) position the mouse pointer in the row selector and use the move pointer to drag and drop the field
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User: Calculations performed using the ____ data type are not subject to round off error. Select one: a. Memo b. Number c. Currency d. Decimal

User: You can modify an existing tables structure in ____. Select one: a. the Database window b. Form view c. Design view d. the Properties area

User: The field size of a Date/Time type of field is ____. Select one: a. user defined b. 8 bytes c. 16 bytes d. dependent on the format selected

User: A primary key that consists of more than one field is called a composite key. Select one: a. True b. False

User: If a primary key from one table is also defined in a second table to form a relationship, the field is called a ____ in the second table. Select one: a. hyperlink b. composite key c. foreign key d. redundant field

User: To begin creating a new table, click the ____ tab on the Ribbon. Select one: a. Home b. Create c. Database Tools d. External Data

User: Which of the following fields does not have a Field Size property? Select one: a. AutoNumber b. Number c. Text d. none of the above

User: To rearrange the order of fields in the design of an Access table without cutting, _____. Select one: a. delete the fields and repeat their entries in the correct order b. position the mouse pointer in the row selector and use the move pointer to drag and drop the field c. use the Delete and Insert keys d. all of the above



Weegy: To rearrange the order of fields in the design of an Access table without cutting, (b) position the mouse pointer in the row selector and use the move pointer to drag and drop the field
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