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Q1. In Microsoft Access, what is an application part?
A. A full backup of an Access database
B. A pre-defined set of Access functions
C. A packaged subset of database objects that can be added to other databases
D. A Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) code module

Q2. When would you use an application part in Access?
A. When you want to import a whole database into another one
B. When you want to reuse certain parts like customer tables and queries across different databases
C. When you need to write new VBA code for a database
D. When you are setting up a relationship between two unrelated tables

Q3. What advantage do application parts have over simply importing objects?
A. They create a backup of the original database
B. They allow for version control of objects
C. They can maintain relationships between tables
D. They automatically convert queries into reports

Q4. Can application parts include VBA modules?
A. Yes, if they contain customer or contact related code that you always use
B. No, application parts are strictly limited to tables, queries, forms, and reports
C. Yes, but only if they are unrelated to customers and contacts
D. No, VBA modules are shared across all databases and cannot be part of an application part

Q5. What do you need to do if you want to keep the relationships when setting up an application part?
A. You need to set your database to archive mode
B. You need to create a duplicate of the tables you are including
C. You need to set up a relationship in the original database before creating the part
D. You need to manually write a script that maintains the relationships

Q6. How can you identify a primary table when creating an application part?
A. It is automatically determined by the most used table in the database
B. You can select it during the application part saving process, but it is optional
C. It is the first table you import into your new database
D. It is required to set up a primary table to make an application part

Q7. Why might you choose not to include a module in an application part?
A. Because the database where you import the part will likely have a global module already
B. Because modules do not contain data relevant to customers and contacts
C. Because all modules are automatically included in every application part by default
D. Because modules can only be imported separately as they contain sensitive information

Q8. What format does the application part get saved in?
A. ACCDB
B. ACCDT
C. XML
D. MDB

Answers: 1-C; 2-B; 3-C; 4-A; 5-C; 6-B; 7-A; 8-B;

DISCLAIMER: Quiz questions are AI generated. If you find any that are wrong, don't make sense, or aren't related to the video topic at hand, then please post a comment and let me know. Thanks.

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