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27 .
You have an online business that pulls in customers from around the world. You want to find out which countries are the sources of the largest number of orders. Which type of query should you create?
28 .
Explain why creating one-to-one relationships between tables in a database is not useful.
29 .
Imagine that you are setting up a database to support a company’s marketing function. The marketing department wants to use a multiple-choice question to learn how new customers first heard about the company. Explain the benefits of using a one-to-many relationship when creating a form to collect the desired information.
30 .
You developed a well-designed form that works as intended. But users do not understand the purpose of the form nor how it relates to your overall database. To resolve this issue, what feature should you add to the form and what steps should you follow to add this feature?
31 .
Explain the key differences between Design View and Layout View in Access when working with reports. How can these views help you customize the appearance and layout of your reports?
32 .
Explain how the Report Wizard and Design View contribute to creating customized reports in Access. Compare the advantages and limitations of using the Report Wizard versus manually designing a report in Design View.
33 .
Explain the steps in making sure that a report is useful and readable.
34 .
Describe the process of recording a macro in Access to automate tasks.
35 .
Explain the process for importing an Excel file into an Access database. Describe the steps you would take, the decisions you would make during the import, and how you would ensure that the data remains up to date in your database.
36 .
Apart from Excel, name two other file formats to which you can export data from Access using the Export Wizard. Provide a brief explanation of when it might be appropriate to use each of these file formats.

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