Earlier in this course, you learned about working with properties on fields in tables. You can also set properties for fields specified in queries. Generally, you will do this when you create calculated fields.
The reason that you will use these properties mainly for calculated fields is that fields used from record sources will usually have the properties already specified at the table level. You can see those properties in the MouseOver below.
Setting the Caption property for a field allows you to display a more descriptive heading than the field name. In the next lesson, you will learn how to identify fields you can index to improve query performance.