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1. Open the data file DonationTable17located in the Chapter

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1. Open the data file DonationTable17 located in the Chapter 17\On Your Own folder. Save the database as DonationTable17Edited. 2. Open the Donation table, and then switch to Design view. 3. Rename the ID field as AgencyID. 4. Set the DonationID field as the primary key. 5. Use the Field Properties pane to set appropriate values for the DonationID field’s Description, Field Size, and Caption properties. (Hint: To determine the field size of the DonationID field, look at the records in the datasheet.) 6. Change the Field Size and Caption properties for each of the remaining fields, as appropriate (use the Medium Date format for the DonationDate field, leave the Description field size at 255, and set the default value for Pickup to No). Save the table. 7. In Datasheet view, resize the columns as needed so that all of the field values are displayed. Save the table, and then close it. 8. In the Navigation Pane, select the Donation table. Copy the Donation table to the Clipboard. 9. Open the data file Donations17 located in the Chapter 17\On Your Own folder. Save the database as DonationsList17. 10. In DonationsList17, paste the contents of the Clipboard. In the Paste Table As dialog box that opens, make sure the table name is XXXXX XXXXX the Structure and Data option button is selected, and then click OK. 11. Open the Donor table, and then edit the first record to use your title, first name, and last name in the corresponding fields. Close the table. 12. Open the Agency table, and then delete the Fax and Notes fields from the table. Save and close the table. 13. Use the Simple Query Wizard to create a query that includes all the fields in the Donor table except the Title field. (Hint: Use the and buttons to select the necessary fields.) Save the query as DonorPhoneList. 14. Sort the query results by the Last Name column. (Hint: Make the Last Name column the current field, and then click the appropriate button on the Home tab in the Sort & Filter group.) On Your Own 15. Rearrange the fields in the query design so the Last Name field is to the left of the First Name field in the datasheet. 16. Widen columns widths as needed in the datasheet, and then save and close the query. 17. Create a form based on the Donor table. 18. In the new form, navigate to record 8, and then print the form for the current record only. (Hint: Use the Print button in Backstage view instead of the Quick Print button.) Save the form as DonorInfo, and then close it. 19. Create a report based on the Donor table. 20. In Layout view, resize each field so it is slightly wider than the longest entry (either the field name itself or an entry in the field). 21. Delete the summary field at the bottom of the report. 22. Move the page number at the bottom of the report so it appears completely on the page. (Hint: Select the field, and then drag it to the left.) 23. Save the report as DonorList. 24. Display the report in Print Preview and verify that the fields and page number fit within the page area. Print the report, and then close it. 25. Compact and repair the database, and then close it. 26. Open the DonationTable17Edited database, compact and repair it, and then close it. On Your Own

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I'm working on your question now. Again, it might take a few hours, but I'll have it for you by tonight if that's OK.

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