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Hi everyone, I'm new to access and I'm trying to put a relationship with the tables that I have created. The first table is about courses, the second table is about packages and the third table is about transaction.

In packages table, 1 package consists of 1 or many courses from the courses table. For example, package 1 can have course A and course B, package 2 can have course A, course B and course C, and so on. Is there a way I can link the package to the transaction table using combo keys?

Miguel De Castro
Mar 22 '07 #1
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Hi everyone, I'm new to access and I'm trying to put a relationship with the tables that I have created. The first table is about courses, the second table is about packages and the third table is about transaction.

In packages table, 1 package consists of 1 or many courses from the courses table. For example, package 1 can have course A and course B, package 2 can have course A, course B and course C, and so on. Is there a way I can link the package to the transaction table using combo keys?

Miguel De Castro
Miguel

Have a look at this tutorial and come back with any questions.

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Mary
Mar 25 '07 #2

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