This introductory-level two-day session covers everything new Microsoft Access database users need, from understanding how databases and tables work, to real-world, accessible and logical examples of table design, to creating, testing, and using powerful filters and queries, creating powerful data input forms to maintain databases quickly, and building clean and efficient reports that allow for the easy printing of your data.
When was the last time you clearly understood what a database was and how it worked using relevant examples? Submit your own details and sample databases and learn Access in an environment tailored to your needs today!
This advanced session is intended for those who have taken the introductory Designing and Creating Databases session, or who are experienced with the use of Access. This second session covers use of new XML features found in Access, Macros, Switchboard forms, and customization techniques using Visual Basic for Applications, and scenarios for easily splitting and effectively securing databases.
Microsoft Office Access 2010 is the most recent version of Microsoft's popular database program. This advanced level is intended to help those who are familiar with Access do more with their database by exploring form controls and data management.