Intro To MS Access

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Intro To MS Access - Quiz

Parts and objects in MS Access Environment


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Displays messages and feedback.

    • A.

      Menu Bar

    • B.

      Status Bar

    • C.

      Objects Bar

    • D.

      Toolbar

    Correct Answer
    B. Status Bar
    Explanation
    The status bar is a component of a graphical user interface that displays messages and feedback to the user. It is usually located at the bottom of the screen and provides information about the current status of the system or application. The status bar can display various types of information, such as the progress of a task, the current mode or settings, or notifications. It allows users to quickly access important information without interrupting their workflow.

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  • 2. 

    What is the organized presentation of data from a table or a query that is designed to  be printed?

    • A.

      Reports

    • B.

      Forms

    • C.

      Macros

    • D.

      Modules

    Correct Answer
    A. Reports
    Explanation
    Reports are the organized presentation of data from a table or a query that is designed to be printed. They provide a structured and formatted way to present data in a professional and readable manner. Reports allow users to summarize and analyze data, and they can include various elements such as tables, charts, and graphs. Unlike forms, which are used for data entry and interaction, reports are specifically designed for printing and distributing information in a presentable format. Macros and modules, on the other hand, are used for automating tasks and writing code in databases, but they are not specifically designed for printing data.

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  • 3. 

    This is the foundation of any Access database. This is where the    actual data resides.

    • A.

      Queries

    • B.

      Tables

    • C.

      Reports

    • D.

      Macros

    Correct Answer
    B. Tables
    Explanation
    Tables are the foundation of any Access database as they are where the actual data resides. Tables are used to store and organize data in a structured manner, with each table representing a specific entity or concept. They consist of columns (fields) and rows (records) that hold the actual data. Queries, reports, and macros are all objects that can be created using the data stored in tables, but they do not directly store the data themselves.

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  • 4. 

    The database object that searches and retrieves data from one or more tables that    meet the conditions the user has specified is called _____.

    • A.

      Field

    • B.

      Record

    • C.

      Queries

    • D.

      Database

    Correct Answer
    C. Queries
    Explanation
    A query is a database object that allows users to search and retrieve data from one or more tables based on specified conditions. It helps in filtering and sorting data to meet the user's requirements. Queries are commonly used in database management systems to extract specific information and generate reports.

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  • 5. 

    What is Microsoft Access used for?

    • A.

      Word-document

    • B.

      Presentation

    • C.

      Spreadsheet

    • D.

      Database Management

    Correct Answer
    D. Database Management
    Explanation
    Microsoft Access is a software program used for database management. It allows users to create and manage databases, including storing, organizing, and retrieving data. With Microsoft Access, users can create tables to store data, define relationships between tables, create queries to retrieve specific information, design forms for data entry, and generate reports. It is commonly used by individuals and small businesses to organize and analyze data efficiently.

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  • 6. 

    This provides a convenient way to enter or find data in tables.

    • A.

      Reports

    • B.

      Tables

    • C.

      Forms

    • D.

      Macros

    Correct Answer
    A. Reports
    Explanation
    Reports provide a convenient way to enter or find data in tables. Reports are used to present data in a structured format, making it easy to view and analyze information. They allow users to filter and sort data, as well as perform calculations and summaries. Reports are commonly used in database management systems to generate printable or electronic outputs that provide a clear representation of data in a table format.

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  • 7. 

    These are functions and procedures programmed through Visual Basic language

    • A.

      Macros

    • B.

      Modules

    • C.

      Tables

    • D.

      Forms

    Correct Answer
    B. Modules
    Explanation
    Modules are a type of function or procedure programmed through the Visual Basic language. They are used to store and organize code that can be reused throughout a program. Modules provide a way to group related code together and make it more manageable. They can be accessed and called from other parts of the program, allowing for modular and efficient programming.

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  • 8. 

    Allows you to view, create, edit, and modify database objects.

    • A.

      Objects Bar

    • B.

      Menu Bar

    • C.

      Database Window

    • D.

      Database Objects

    Correct Answer
    C. Database Window
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Database Window." The Database Window allows you to view, create, edit, and modify database objects. It provides a graphical interface for managing and organizing the various objects in a database, such as tables, queries, forms, and reports. It allows users to easily navigate and access the different components of the database, making it a crucial tool for database administration and development.

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  • 9. 

    The ________ categorizes the different types of     database objects.

    • A.

      Status Bar

    • B.

      Menu Bar

    • C.

      Toolbar

    • D.

      Objects Bar

    Correct Answer
    D. Objects Bar
    Explanation
    The Objects Bar categorizes the different types of database objects. It provides a visual representation of the various objects that can be created or accessed in a database, such as tables, queries, forms, and reports. This allows users to easily navigate and manage the different objects within the database.

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  • 10. 

    Are the basic components that make up a database. 

    • A.

      Database Objects

    • B.

      Menu Bar

    • C.

      Status Bar

    • D.

      Database Window

    Correct Answer
    A. Database Objects
    Explanation
    Database objects are the basic components that make up a database. These objects include tables, queries, forms, reports, and macros. They are used to store, organize, and manipulate data within the database. The menu bar and status bar are user interface elements that provide access to various functions and display information about the database. The database window is a visual interface that allows users to view and manage the different objects within the database. Therefore, the correct answer is "Database Objects".

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