Access | Creating tables exercise | Create a table of languages and import Excel data

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Software ==> Access  (66 exercises)
Version ==> Access 2010 and later
Topic ==> Creating tables  (4 exercises)
Level ==> Average difficulty
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First create a table to hold the various languages in which films can be made:

Table of languages

The table contains two fields: one numeric, one text.

 

Append records from the file called Languages.xlsx in the folder above into your table to get a table of languages:

Table of languages - data

The first few languages in the table.  Trivia question: which is the highest-grossing foreign language film of all time?

 

Now repeat the above steps to create a table of studios called tblStudio, importing data from the workbook called Studios.xlsx in the above folder:

Table of studios

You should have 40 film studios in your table.

 

Close all of your tables down, saving any layout changes that you've made.

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