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To rename a field in a table in Access, open the table containing the field to rename in design view. Click into the Field Name column of the field that you want to rename and type a new name. Click the Save button in the Quick Access toolbar to save your structural modifications.
Open the database that you want to modify. In the Navigation Pane, right click the table in which you want to set the primary key and, on the shortcut menu, click Design View. Select the field or fields that you want to use as the primary key.
The DefaultValue property specifies text or an expression that's automatically entered in a control or field when a new record is created. For example, if you set the DefaultValue property for a text box control to =Now(), the control displays the current date and time.
Definition and Usage. The defaultValue property sets or returns the default value of a text field. Note: The default value is the value specified in the HTML value attribute.
Default values, in the context of databases, are preset values defined for a column type. Default values are used when many records hold similar data.
In a relational database, a column is a set of data values of a particular simple type, one value for each row of the database. A column may contain text values, numbers, or even pointers to files in the operating system.
In the Navigation Pane, right-click the form that you want to change, and then click Design View. Right-click the control that you want to change, and then click Properties or press F4. Click the All tab in the property sheet, locate the Default Value property, and then enter your default value.
Default values, in the context of databases, are preset values defined for a column type. Default values are used when many records hold similar data.
In Object Explorer, right-click the table with columns for which you want to change the scale and click Design. Select the column for which you want to specify a default value. In the Column Properties tab, enter the new default value in the Default Value or Binding property.
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