Now you have created your first table, this tutorial will show you how to create subsequent tables that you would use in a typical customer order database. These tables will then be joined together via relationships. This training guide will show you how to create one to many relationships in Microsoft Access. We are using Microsoft Access 2016 in this training video however the concepts that you learn here can be migrated to pretty much any database system.
This free tutorial is part of a series that will show you how to create an Access 2016 database right from the planning stage all the way to forms and queries. So make sure you keep coming back to see the various updates that we have made.