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Use a Database Wizard to create in one operation the required tables, forms, and reports for the type of database you choose — this is the easiest way to start creating your database. The wizard offers limited options to customize the database.
Create an empty database without using a Database Wizard -
The Database window appears, and you can create the objects that you want in your database.
Creating a database in Microsoft Access is relatively straightforward.
1.After starting Microsoft Access, a database screen appears. In this case, you can simply select "Blank Database".
If you already have Access open, you can go to the "File" menu and click on "New Database":
2.Choose "Blank Database". (Skip this step if you already chose "Blank Database" at step one). You also have the ability to choose from a template, but we'll just use a blank database here:
3.Choose a location to save the database:
Once you've completed the above tasks, you should see a blank database. We know this database is blank because it doesn't have any tables. If it did, you would see these tables in the middle pane of the table tab. Now that we have our blank database, we can start adding some tables.