The choices that appear as you progress through a database wizard depend on the kind of information the database is designed to manage. All the wizards, however, share certain features.
Database Wizard Choices
The wizard presents a list of tables it will include in the database. Each table requires certain fields. You can click a table to see which fields it includes. Required fields are checked; optional fields appear in italics. To include an optional field in your database, click its check box.
You can choose from a set of report styles, such as Bold, Casual, or Corporate. Report styles give printed reports a professional look.
Access offers a set of visual styles for on-screen database objects that use a variety of color , font, and background enhancements. Click the style you want to see a sample of.
Name and picture
Access provides a default name for its wizard databases, but you can enter your own. You can also include a picture with your database.