Access SOS - in danger, please help!!

I designed a access DB 5 years back. Forgot everything. What are the things I need to keep in mind when I design a single table in a Access. I am dealing with zillion pieces of data filed that needs to be converted into a model in access. But I am totally lost. Someone please guide me and tell me what are some basics to understanding the pieces of data and make sure I am creating the individual tables with the correct field in them and no redundancy. I am confused
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)Commented:
see this links

Description of the database normalization basics

How to define relationships between tables in an Access database

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Thank Capricorn :)
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