The name game Leszynski Naming Convention
One of the things that can be confusing to new Access users is theLeszynski Naming Convention (LNC), the de facto standard for most Access developers. In essence, the LNC's convention is to name each object in your database using a three-letter prefix, called a tag.
The tag identifies the object's type. It is typed in lowercase lettersbefore the object's name, which begins with a capital letter. For instance, if you're creating a table to store information about your customers, you might name it tblMyCustomers. As a general rule, you should avoid using spaces in your object names.
Most of the LNC's tags are intuitive. However, for quick reference, hereare some of the most common tags, with the type of object each one represents:
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