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Because many of the common problems beginners have with Access databases can be traced back to a poorly normalized table structure, George Hepworth, aka GroverParkGeorge, shared a chapter from his book, Grover Park George on Access, with fellow members of Utter Access Forums.

This chapter deals with Data Modeling for Access databases. George has generously contributed this chapter to Utter Access Wiki so that many more can benefit from his wisdom and advice.

Data Modeling 101

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