Microsoft Excel and Access 2013
The process of applying rules to a database design to ensure that information is divided into the appropriate tables.
Database elements, such as tables, queries, forms, and reports.
The column in a database that uniquely identifies each row.
A database object that enables stored data to be searched and retrieved.
A toolbar at the top left of the screen that contains the commands that you use most often—such as Save, Undo, Redo, and Print.
Quick Access Toolbar
A row in a database table.
Duplicate information in a database.
A group of database tables that is connected or linked by a defined relationship that ties the information together.
A database object that presents information in a format that is easy to read and print.
A graphic band across the top of the screen that contains tabs and groups of commands.
An area of activity on the Ribbon.
The most basic database object; stores data in categories.