Create a database on the Periodic Table of Elements

Use the link below to gather your information.

Save the database as Periodic Table of Elements

Create the following fields:

Save the table as Your Last Name Periodic Table of Elements

Populate your table with all 103 elements. Create an auto form by clicking on the icon while your table is open

Sort your table by all the different types of matter using filer by selection

Create and print queries for each state of matter. (Solid, Liquid, Gas, Synthetic)

Name and save each query with your Last Name and that particular state of matter.

Create and print four reports from each of the four queries-one from each query.
Adjust each report so that nothing is cut off and so that it looks pleasing to eye. Use the page layout of your choice so that all data from each record in on one line.

Create and print queries on atomic weight for:

Create and print reports on each of the queries on atomic weight following the same instructions as above.

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