Are you plagued by the large quantities of data and keeping business-critical information that need to be track in your organization? Maybe you’re currently using old ways for managing and keeping critical data/information records like paper filing system, text documents or a spreadsheet. If you’re seeking a more flexible and reliable data management system, a database might be just the salvation you’re looking for storing this business information in secure and managed way.

Before going into deep first of all need to understand about database. What is a database? Pretty simple, it’s an organized collection of data by using we can keep our data/information in flexible and easy to retrievable manner. Some popular names of databases are MS Access, MS SQL Server, Oracle using by SOHO, Enterprises such which also provides you the software tools through which you can organize data in a flexible manner. This flexible nature includes facilities to add, modify/alter or remove data from the particular database, will ask queries about the data stored in the particular database and generate reports which summarizing selected contents.

Microsoft Access provides simplest and most flexible as well as reliable DBMS solutions in the market today. Users use Microsoft products always enjoy the common Windows “look and feel” experience as well as the stiff combination with other Microsoft Office family products. A great quantity of wizards minimizes the difficulty of managerial tasks and the helper tool known as paper clip of Microsoft Office Helper is always available for those who care to use it. Before buying MS Access, you should be sure that your system must meet recommended Microsoft System Requirement.

If you have data stored in tables in other database or applications, and you want to import those data in to Microsoft Access. You can it easily by following these below steps:

First of all you will have to Open or create the MS Access database and table that will store the imported data from other database/table.

Now, Click on the File menu, then click on Get External Data. In this case external data would be data or field name which you want to import and data source would be Database or Table name from which you will import.

Now you need to click on Import for importing the desired data.

Now go to the Files of Type box and select the file type you want to import.

Move to Look In box and Navigate through your files and folders until you find the file which you are going to use. Now, you will have to select the file and click on Close. Finally you can respond to any information requests providing by MS Access. For instance, you might be asked to classify a coupled index or provide a password. If required, you can run an Append query for adding imported data at the end of the existing table.