Databases can save you time and energy. They are also useful for managing large quantities of data. In this training, you will observe how to create them as you go through discussions on generating databases from a template, the Wizard, the old format, and manually. You will also spend time taking a closer look at database components, particularly tables, table relationships, and fields. In the field section, you will learn about what to do with unique values, testing a field, setting primary key fields, field sizes, field data types, setting default values, and changing data formats. Learn about how to work with each of these database elements in Access 2013. This is the second course in the Access 2013 (77-424) series.