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View data types by using commands on the Datasheet tab The data type set for each table field provides the first level of control over what you can and cannot enter into a field.
In some cases, a data type setting prevents you from entering any information at all.
You can use the commands on the Datasheet tab, or you can open the table in Design view.
The following table lists the data types that Office Access 2007 provides and describes how they affect data entry.
Text fields accept either text or numeric characters, including delimited lists of items.
A text field accepts a smaller number of characters than does a Memo field — from 0 to 255 characters.
In some cases, you can use conversion functions to perform calculations on the data in a Text field.
For example, you can apply different fonts and font sizes to specific characters in your text, and make them bold or italic, and so on.