PrintDURATION: 1 day
|TIME: 09:00 to 16:00 GMT|
Discounted to £800 for a group of 4 delegates or £300 for 1 delegate. Microsoft Access 2016.
You will learn significant and detailed elements of a Microsoft Access database and also how it has many advantages over Microsoft Excel.
Microsoft Access is an invaluable desktop application that can be configured to meet most business needs. It has many benefits over Excel functionality but needs to be configured correctly to get the best results. The course will cover the basic operations of an Access database program and the advantages of using a relational database over and Excel spreadsheet (flat database). The course is informal but structured, and you will be encouraged to ask questions throughout.
You want to learn the basic functionality of an Access database including creating and editing new tables, relationships, forms, queries and reports and inputting and editing data. The course will provide a thorough understanding of detailed elements plus best practice techniques.
There are usually between 3 and 6 delegates on the course, all from different companies. Some delegates have used Access before but have had no formal training. Others have not used Access but want to understand the differences, advantages and disadvantages between Access and Excel. We’ll have a 15 minute break in the morning and afternoon and approximately 45 minutes for lunch. Database(s) created on the course will be sent to you on completion for your reference.
Understand Relational Databases – Examine the Access Environment – Open the Database Environment – Examine Access Tables
Examine an Access Form – Add and Delete Records – Sort Records – Display Recordsets – Update Records – Run a Report
Identify Table Relationships – Identify Primary and Foreign Keys in the Relationships Window – Work with Subdatasheets
Create a Select Query – Add Criteria to a Query – Add a Calculated Field to a Query – Perform a Calculation on a Record Grouping
Examine Form Design Guidelines – Create a Form using AutoForm – Create a Form using the Form Wizard – Modify the Design of a Form
Create an AutoReport – Create a Report by using the Wizard – Examine a Report in Design View – Add a Calculated Field to a Report – Modify the Format Properties of a Control – AutoFormat a Report – Adjust the Width of a Report
Your trainer has almost 20 years experience providing training and consultancy of Microsoft Access databases.