Access 2010 Field Design View, how to set up for multiple names

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I am using Access 2010 and I am setting up a training database to show trainers names against various training modules. Now some of these training modules have many trainers against these modules, how do I set this up? I have made a table with the modules and now I need to put trainers names to the modules, how do I set this up in the design view? Please advise. Thank you.

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  • philpl1jb
    Typically you would create three tables 1. training modules which includes a module id along with module name, etc 2. trainers which includes a trainers ID, along with trainer name, etc. 3. trainers/training module table which contains module id and trainers ID The three tables are joined by a view to show modules and trainers  
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