How To Get Started With Microsoft Access
Webinar - Computer Software / Office Webinar
Microsoft Access is an incredibly powerful
database program — but when you first get started, it can also be complicated,
confusing, and even a little intimidating. Let our expert trainer walk you
through the basic information you need to get started with Microsoft Access.
You’ll learn what makes a database so powerful ... become familiar with the most
common terminology ... understand the right way to set up an Access database ...
discover how to run queries and generate polished reports ... and much more!
Attend How to Get Started With Microsoft® Access® and take the mystery out of
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How To Get Started With Microsoft Access Webinar
- Understand the differences between a database
and an Excel workbook.
- Become comfortable with database terms and
- Learn to create a database from scratch or
using a template.
- Master database tables and data types.
- Discover how relational tables work together
for faster data access.
- Create and manage forms for simpler data input
- Use the Query Builder to quickly get the
information you need.
- Learn to limit your data results using simple
- Build a form that is based on a query.
- Create simple reports using report wizards.
- Customize reports to meet your needs and
provide a polished look.
Webinar Time: Webinars last 60-90 minutes
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questions via e-mail. Time permitting, your trainer will address questions from
webinar participants. Many questions will be addressed in the Webinar itself.
Others will be addressed in the supporting materials that will be available
exclusively to webinar participants.
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