|1. (TCO 5) To edit a form, use (Points : 5)|
layout view or design view.
|2. (TCO 5) The following are form creation tools EXCEPT (Points : 5)|
|3. (TCO 6) Which of the following statements is NOT correct about a query? (Points : 5)|
Changing data values in a query will not change data values in a table.
Data is not saved within a query.
Instructions on which data to display are saved within a query.
Instructions on the format to display data are saved within a query.
|4. (TCO 6) After running a query, which view will be shown? (Points : 5)|
|5. (TCO 7) To display data as percentages of a whole, use the following chart. (Points : 5)|
|6. (TCO 7) Continuous data (Points : 5)|
are measured in integer values.
cannot be subdivided into meaningful information.
could be subdivided into smaller and smaller units.
describe classifications or categories.
|7. (TCO 8) The Switchboard Manager is an Access utility that is used (Points : 5)|
by all database users.
to create and manage the menu items for a switchboard.
to make certain objects unavailable to some users and available to others.
to manage and optimize the database.
|8. (TCO 9) A good password should have (Points : 5)|
a combination of five letters.
a combination of six to eight letters in uppercase and lowercase, numbers, and symbols.
a word or name that is easy to remember by the user, such as the name of your children.
part of your account name.
|9. (TCO 9) All of the following describe a certification authority EXCEPT (Points : 5)|
a certification authority company provides a digital signature when a high level of security is needed to protect the contents of a database.
a certification authority is a commercial company that is highly regulated in most countries.
a fee is charged for the service of issuing and validating identities using a digital signature.
certification authority companies establish their own rules and regulations that users must follow.
|10. (TCO 10) To examine the efficiency and performance of an Access database, you should (Points : 5)|
migrate the database out of Access and into a larger DBMS.
move the database to its own dedicated server.
redesign your database applying 3NF principles.
use the Performance Analyzer and Table Analyzer to optimize the performance of the database.
|11. (TCO 4) Which statement below is NOT true of the one-to-many relationships?|
(Points : 5)
It is the least used type of relationship.
OrderID is a unique identification number that would be used in the Orders table and Order Details table.
Each record in the Orders table may match one, more than one, or no records in the Order Details table.
Each record in a Orders table matches only one record in the Customers table.