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All relationships are saved when you create them You can also save the layout, the arrangement of the field lists in the Relationships window Saving the layout has no effect on the tables in the database
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FIGURE 5-3 This layout contains four related tables
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To save the layout, do one of the following: Right-click anywhere in the Relationships window (except on a field list) and choose Save Layout from the shortcut menu Click the Save button on the Quick Access toolbar Click the Microsoft Office button and choose Save Press ctrl-s If you made changes in the layout and try to close the Relationships window without saving the layout, Access prompts you to save it If you want to discard the changes, choose No When you open the Relationships window again, the previously saved layout is displayed
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Part I:
Getting Started
Using the Field List Pane
After you have added tables to your database, it is time to build their relationships Or if you have already created some relationships but need more, you can do this using the Field List pane For example, suppose you want to add another field to the Workorders table that will name extra helpers on the job To do this, open the Workorders table in Datasheet view and open the field list as follows: 1 With the table open in Datasheet view, on the Datasheet tab s Fields and Columns group, click the Add Existing Fields command 2 Find the table in the Field List pane that contains the data you want to use in the relationship Employees, in this case The tables are listed as available from related tables or unrelated tables Then click the plus sign to the left of the table name to see the complete list of fields in the table 3 Click the Employee ID field and drag it to the datasheet Drop the field when the insertion line appears The Lookup Wizard dialog box opens, showing the Employee ID field in the Selected Fields list
4 You will want to see the Employee s name instead of the ID, so select Last Name in the Available Fields list and click the right arrow; then click Next 5 Skip the Sort Order options by clicking Next, and accept the Hide Key Column option and click Next 6 Enter a new name for the lookup field, such as Crew2, and click Finish 7 Close the Field List pane, and on the Database Tools tab s Show/Hide group, click the Relationships command Figure 5-4 shows the new relationship between the Employees table and the Workorders table linking the Employee ID field to the new Crew field
TIP You can call upon the Lookup Wizard later to change the Crew field to a multivalue field where
you can store more crew members See 6 for more information
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PART I PART I PART I
FIGURE 5-4
A new relationship built using the Field List pane
Viewing and Editing Relationships
To look at the relationships you defined for a database, open the Relationships window If you plan on making any changes, be sure to close all open tables first
Viewing Existing Relationships
You have a choice of viewing all the relationships you set in your database or only those involving a specific table Open the Relationships window as before, and on the Design tab s Relationships group, do one of the following: To view all the relationships in the current database, click the All Relationships command
Part I:
Getting Started
To see only the relationships for the table selected in the Relationships window, click Direct Relationships If all the relationships already appear in the Relationships window, perform the following steps to see only one table s relationships: 1 Clear the layout by clicking the Clear Layout command in the Tools group Click Yes to confirm the action 2 Click the Show Table command in the Relationships group, double-click the table name in the Show Table dialog box, and then choose Close This adds the table back to the Relationships window 3 In the Relationships group, click the Direct Relationships command All the tables related to the first table are added to the layout and the relationship lines are drawn
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