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By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   19 days ago

Store Multiple Sex & Gender Options in Microsoft Access


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In this Microsoft Access tutorial, we will learn how to store multiple options for sex and gender inclusively in your database. We'll discuss the importance of not using free-form text fields and how to create structured lists with an other option for additional flexibility.

Monica from Brookfield, Wisconsin (a Platinum Member) asks: Our office is making an attempt to be more inclusive, so management wants to start tracking our employees and customers by gender, and allow for a variety of responses such as male, female, non-binary, and so on. How do I go about storing this in my database? Do I just make it a text field now?

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