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Microsoft Access 2010: Introduction

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Course overview

This course covers the basic functions of Access 2010. After a comprehensive introduction to the database concepts and the Access environment, students will learn how to design and create databases. They will then work with table fields and records; sort and filter data; set field properties and data entry rules. Students will then learn how to create queries and manipulate forms and reports.

Who should attend?

Anyone who needs to manipulate, analyze or report on organizational data. Participants should have knowledge of Microsoft Windows.

Learning outcomes

  • Plan and create a database
  • Add fields to a table and set a primary key
  • Understand how to find, sort, and filter records
  • Set field properties and creating input masks
  • Create queries in design view and by using the wizard
  • Use comparison operators and calculations in a query
  • Create, group, and summarize data in a report

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