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You often use a database to store the names and addresses of business contacts. You can then merge this data with a Word document to create form letters or mailing labels or you can organize the data into categories. For example, you can create a list of all the contacts from a particular state or whose last names begin with "A". For this series, you will create a database containing the names and addresses of business contacts and then create query and report listing only contacts from Miami.