Select the text field type and write “Name” inside the field label. This, as is evident, will be the field that will contain the customer’s name.
The name of the field will be created automatically through the label. This is the actual name of the field within the database and will be the one we will use to create the various interactions between the data.
Pressing the Save button will create the field.
You may notice that the window remains open because it will be used to vary the parameters and characteristics of the field just created. The field just created will be updated by pressing Save.
If you want to create a new field, press the Reset button.
Close the window to create the other two tables.
Click on the Add button, enter the name Item table and create the field with the label Code.
Finally create the Orders table and the field with the name Date by changing the type of field from Text to Date.
We have created the tables that will contain your future data. You do not need to enter all the fields because you can create them at any time. For now, one per table will be enough and the others will be added as needed.
The most important thing to remember when creating fields is that the choice of type limits the possible options after creation. If, for example, a field is created as Text, it can never become a numeric type field.
If you have done all the steps on the Tables page correctly you will see this situation: