Access 2010 Introduction Course Outline
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You will create and modify new databases and their various objects.
This course is designed for students who wish to learn the basic operations of the Microsoft Access database program to perform their day-to-day responsibilities, and who want to use the application to be more productive in their work. It provides the fundamental knowledge and techniques needed to use more complex Access features such as maintaining databases and using programming techniques that enhance Access applications.
Our Registered Education Provider (REP) number is: 3452
This course is worth: 14 PDU's
You should be familiar with using personal computers. You should be comfortable in the Windows environment and be able to use Windows to manage information on the computer. Specifically, you should be able to launch and close programs; navigate to information stored on the computer; and manage files and folders.
This course is one of a series of courses that addresses Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification skill sets. The MOS and certification program is for individuals who use Microsoft's business desktop software and who seek recognition for their expertise with specific Microsoft products.
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
•identify the basic components of an Access database.
•build the structure of a database.
•manage data in tables.
•query a database.
Lesson 1: Getting Started with Access Databases
Topic 1A: Identify the Elements of the Access 2010 Interface
Topic 1B: Identify the Components of a Database
Topic 1C: Examine the Relational Database Design Process
Lesson 2: Building the Structure of a Database
Topic 2A: Create a New Database
Topic 2B: Create a Table
Topic 2C: Manage Tables
Topic 2D: Establish Table Relationships
Lesson 3: Managing Data in a Table
Topic 3A: Modify Table Data
Topic 3B: Sort and Filter Records
Topic 3C: Work with Subdatasheets
Lesson 4: Querying a Database
Topic 4A: Create a Query
Topic 4B: Add Criteria to a Query
Topic 4C: Add a Calculated Field to a Query
Topic 4D: Perform Calculations on a Record Grouping
Lesson 5: Designing Forms
Topic 5A: Create a Form
Topic 5B: Modify the Design of a Form
Topic 5C: View and Edit Data Using an Access Form
Lesson 6: Generating Reports
Topic 6A: Create a Report
Topic 6B: Add a Control to a Report
Topic 6C: Format the Controls in a Report
Topic 6D: Enhance the Appearance of a Report
Topic 6E: Prepare a Report for Print
Appendix A: Microsoft Office Access 2010 Exam 77–885
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