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Final Exam Test 1 Question 1 To divide records into groups based on the values in a specified field, you would

use the ____ operator. Group By Question 2 The fields and selection criteria for a query are included in the ____. design grid Question 3 To delete a record, you must ____. all of the above Question 4 The ____ operator is a comparison operator that allows you to check whether or not a particular field value is part of a list of values. In () Question 5 Multiple conditions can be defined to control which records are selected through the use of ____. logical operators Question 6 _____ selects all or part of a field value in a datasheet and then when the filter is applied, displays only those records with the selected value. Filter By Selection Question 7 The order in which fields are displayed in a query depends on ____. the order of the fields in the design grid Question 8 A calculation can be defined in a query by typing it directly into a Field text box in the ____. design grid Question 9 The input mask character ____ is a placeholder character. _ Question 10 Which of the following commands is used to keep selected columns visible no matter where you scroll in the datasheet? Freeze Question 11 The best way to view the contents of Memo fields that contain a large number of characters is to use the ____ dialog box in a datasheet. Zoom

Question 12 Access detects ____ validation rule violations immediately after you finish all changes to the current record and advance to another record. table Question 13 To include literal display characters, you need to create a(n) ____ mask. input Question 14 If the value of ____ displays between the input mask characters ;;, this indicates that literal display characters should not be stored in the database. 1 Question 15 Make sure you type ____ enclosing field names when you enter values in the Validation Rule text box. brackets Question 16 A(n) ____ query performs aggregate function calculations on the values of one database field and displays the results in a spreadsheet format. crosstab Question 17 The ____ property setting for number fields stores whole numbers from 0 to 255 in one byte. Byte Question 18 The ____ property setting for number fields establishes a unique identifier for the replication of tables, records, and other objects; it uses 16 bytes. Replication ID Question 19 If you do not enter any value for a field, you have given the field a(n) ____ value. null Question 20 The ____ determines what field values are allowed and what other properties the field will have. data type Question 21 You can modify an existing table's structure in ____. Design view Question 22 When designing a new database, it is a good idea to ____. avoid data redundancy Question 23 To rearrange the order of fields in the design of an Access table without cutting, _____.

position the mouse pointer in the row selector and use the move pointer to drag and drop the field Question 24 To begin creating a new table, click the ____ tab on the Ribbon. Create Question 25 When you use the number data type to define a field, you should set the field's ____ property based on the largest value you expect to store in that field. Field Size Question 26 A(n) ____ table contains data that is no longer needed for current processing but that you might need to reference in the future. history Question 27 A one-to-many relationship is abbreviated as ____. 1:M Question 28 With a make-table query, the new table preserves ____. none of the above Question 29 When you have a ____ relationship between two tables, you must create a third table and form oneto-many relationships between the two original primary tables and the new related table. many-to-many Question 30 Without ____, many database operations in large tables would not be practical. indexes Question 31 When you create an update query, in the design grid, Access replaces the Sort and Show rows with the ____ row. Update To Question 32 You would use a(n) ____ query to increase the salaries of selected employee groups by a specified percentage. update Question 33 Given a database containing a student table and a class table, a(n) ____ join would show all students whether or not the students are enrolled in a class. outer Question 34 Every foreign key must ____. match the field value of a primary key in a related table

Question 35 When you delete records, the space that had been occupied on the disk by the deleted records does not become available until you ____ the database. compact Question 36 Selecting data by means of a query ____. displays only the data that matches the query selection criteria Question 37 Which of the following is NOT an example of an Access object? Report tool Question 38 Data from two or more tables can be connected by specifying a ____. common field Question 39 ____ a database rearranges data and objects in a database to make its size smaller. Compacting Question 40 Access allows you to ask questions and obtain information about your data through use of a built-in ____. query language Question 41 All fields for a specific individual or place can be grouped together as a(n) ____. table Question 42 The Save button on the Quick Access Toolbar is used to ____. save the design of an Access object Question 43 To see a sample of your form before it is printed you can click the ____ button. Print Preview Question 44 You can change a form's ____ by specifying a different style for the form. appearance Question 45 When you create a form containing data from two tables that have a one-to-many relationship, you create a(n) ____ for data from the primary table. main form Question 46 When a pencil symbol appears in the top-left portion of the form, it means that the form ____. is in editing mode

Question 47 Objects you created based on more than one table appear in the list of objects for ____ table(s). both Question 48 The wildcard character ? in the search value a?t finds ____. aft and ant and act and art Question 49 The third Form Wizard dialog box asks you to select a ____. style Question 50 If you create a form based on two tables, you must first choose the ____ table and select its fields to include in the form. primary Question 1 You can use a(n) ____ query to increase the salaries of selected employee groups by a specific percentage, for example. update Question 2 The primary use for one-to-one relationships is as ____ subtypes. entity Question 3 When you create an update query, in the design grid, Access replaces the Sort and Show rows with the ____ row. Update To Question 4 It is always a good idea to test a(n) ____ query before you run it. action Question 5 Once records are no longer needed and have been appended to a(n) ____ table, you can delete the records from the original table. history Question 6 You define many-to-many and one-to-one relationships in the ____ window. Relationships Question 7 If a given code changes for one classification, you can use a(n) ____ query to update all records with that classification to the new code. action Question 8 A(n) ____ query creates a new table from one or more existing tables. make-table

Question 9 When you create a form containing data from two tables that have a one-to-many relationship, you create a(n) ____ for data from the primary table. main form Question 10 Objects you created based on more than one table appear in the list of objects for ____ table(s). both Question 11 An AutoFormat can be applied to a form in its entirety, or you can choose to change some of its features by selecting the options on the ____ tab. Form Layout Tools Format Question 12 Every item that you can manipulate to modify the objects appearance on a report is called a(n) ____. control Question 13 A form that shows only one record at a time has a ____ layout. Columnar Question 14 You specify the value you want to find in the ____ text box in the Find and Replace dialog box. Find What Question 15 ____ levels are useful for reports with multiple levels. Grouping Question 16 One way to access print options for a report is to click the arrow for the View button in the Views group on the Report Layout Tools Format tab, and then click ____. Print Preview Question 17Which of the following is NOT an example of an Access object? Report tool Question 18 Clicking a field selector ____. selects an entire column Question 19 In Datasheet view, the pencil symbol indicates the ____. record is being edited Question 20 ____ a database rearranges data and objects in a database to make its size smaller. Compacting Question 21 Use the ____ key(s) to move to the next column in a table.

both a and b Question 22 When you delete records, the space that had been occupied on the disk by the deleted records does not become available until you ____ the database. compact Question 23 A field can be described as a(n) ____. attribute Question 24 After saving a query, you can recreate its results when you ____. open the query again

Question 25 Selecting data by means of a query ____. displays only the data that matches the query selection criteria Question 26 When you use the number data type to define a field, you should set the field's ____ property based on the largest value you expect to store in that field. Field Size Question 27 The last step in creating a table is to ____. name the table and save it to disk Question 28 Elsa is creating the Supplier Location field, which includes major companies and their Web site addresses. What data type should she use for this field? Hyperlink Question 29 When defining a database, the name given to a table or other object should reflect its ____. contents Question 30 The ____ determines what type of values can be entered for a field. data type Question 31 The ____ property setting for number fields stores whole numbers from 0 to 255 in one byte. Byte Question 32 In Design view, you can change the order of defined fields in a table by using the ____ to drag the field to a new location. mouse Question 33

When designing a new database, it is a good idea to ____. avoid data redundancy Question 34 You can modify an existing table's structure in ____. Design view Question 35 A query defined in Access can ____. all of the above Question 36 The Filter ____ technique changes your datasheet to display empty fields. By Form Question 37 The ____ operator is a comparison operator that allows you to check whether or not a particular field value is part of a list of values. In () Question 38 applied, displays only those records with the selected value. Filter By Selection Question 39 Generalized queries that specify fields and records to be selected are called ____ queries. select Question 40 Before you can click a sort button on the toolbar to sort the data, you must first ____. select a column on which to base the sort Question 41 When you define a query that performs a calculation, you must add a ____ field. calculated Question 42 After applying a filter, you can click the ____ button to toggle between filtered and nonfiltered displays. Toggle Filter Question 43 ____ between Access objects can occur in various ways. Dependencies Question 44 To include literal display characters, you need to create a(n) ____ mask. input Question 45 The ____ Mask Wizard is an Access tool that guides you in creating a predefined format for a field. Input

Question 46 The ____ property value specifies the valid values that users can enter in a field. Validation Rule Question 47 Make sure you type ____ enclosing field names when you enter values in the Validation Rule text box. brackets Question 48 You can change a select query to a crosstab query in Design view using the Crosstab button in the Query Type group on the ____ tab. Query Tools Design Question 49 If the value of ____ displays between the input mask characters ;;, this indicates that literal display characters should not be stored in the database. 1 Question 50 The best way to view the contents of Memo fields that contain a large number of characters is to use the ____ dialog box in a datasheet. Zoom