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Designing Web Tables

The process of defining web tables in a Microsoft Access 2010 web database (.accdb file) is similar to designing client tables in a desktop database. In general, you create the fields you need, assign properties to those fields, and create relationships between the tables. The differences in the process of table creation for web databases lie in the design surface options you can use and the available data types and properties for web fields.

In this tutorial, we will show you how to begin creating your first web application by starting with the tables.