J. S. Framestore CFC
B. M. London Internet Exchange
Microsoft Access training course contents
Flat file databases, Relational databases, the objects defined in an Access database, planning a simple relational database.
Open Access and create a database
The database wizards, tables, creating and amending tables, using field properties to improve the quality of data entry and system performance, the primary key.
Working in datasheet view
View, add, modify and delete records, find records. Advantages and disadvantages of entering data directly into a table.
Sort and select records form a single table, advantages and disadvantages of entering data via a query, define simple calculated expressions, use 'Totals' queries.
Use the form wizards, basic editing of objects created using the form wizards, Data-entry in form view.
Use the report wizard, basic editing of objects created using the report wizard, print reports.
The multi table environment
Plan and create a related table, define a one-to-many relationship, write multi-table queries and use the 'AutoLookup' feature, use the form wizard to create a subform and carry out data-entry in a main/subform, print and amend reports, use the report wizard to create reports based on multi-table.
Working with one-to-one and one-to-many relationships, recognising and handling many-to-many relationships, referential integrity.
Select queries based on related tables, parameter queries, Crosstab, find unmatched queries and Find Duplicate, the implications of the Join properties in a relational query, conditional expressions, and working with the expression builder.
Make table queries, append queries, update queries, delete queries. Customising forms. Using the Toolbox, calculated controls, Combo and List boxes, query by form, working with form and control properties, domain aggregate functions.
Report and control properties, customising sorting and grouping, calculated controls on reports, Sub-reports, editing and altering a report's source.
Introduction to macros.
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