In Access 2000 editing table records is easy. Just follow the directions provided in this free lesson.
In the previous lesson, you opened and navigated a table in an existing database, added table records to an existing database, resized table columns, and saved a table record.
A field is a space allocated for a particular piece of information.
A record is one complete record of fields.
Warning! When attempting to edit an entire field, be careful not to move the mouse pointer so far to the left that the pointer changes to an arrow. Clicking the Record Selector selects the record, but you cannot edit data in the fields with the entire record selected.
Saving your wWork: When you are finished entering or editing table data, close the table. If you have changed table layout, you'll be prompted to save the changes. Unlike Word, Excel, and PowerPoint applications, you will not be prompted to save the data you entered. Each record was saved as you entered it.