Access 2010 Advanced Course Outline
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You will improve and customize tables, queries, forms and reports, and share Access data with other applications.
This course is designed for individuals who wish to learn intermediate-level operations of the Microsoft® Office Access® program. The target students may also include individuals whose job responsibilities include creating databases, tables, and relationships, as well as working with and revising intermediate-level queries, forms, and reports. It also introduces them to integrating Access data with other applications such as Microsoft Office Word or Excel.
Our Registered Education Provider (REP) number is: 3452
This course is worth: 14 PDU's
To ensure your success, we recommend that you first take ONLC’s introductory courses, such as Microsoft® Office Access® 2010 Introduction or have equivalent knowledge and skills.
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:
•streamline data entry and maintain data integrity.
•join tables to retrieve data from unrelated tables.
•create flexible queries to retrieve data and modify tables.
•improve the functionality of Access forms.
•customize reports to organize the displayed information and produce specific print layouts.
•share data between Access and other applications.
Lesson 1: Controlling Data Entry
Topic 1A: Constrain Data Entry Using Field Properties
Topic 1B: Establish Data Entry Formats for Entering Field Values
Topic 1C: Create a List of Values for a Field
Lesson 2: Joining Tables
Topic 2A: Create Query Joins
Topic 2B: Join Tables That Have No Common Fields
Topic 2C: Relate Data Within a Table
Lesson 3: Creating Flexible Queries
Topic 3A: Set the Select Query Properties
Topic 3B: Retrieve Records Based on Input Criteria
Topic 3C: Create Action Queries
Lesson 4: Improving Forms
Topic 4A: Restrict Data Entry in Forms
Topic 4B: Organize Information with Tab Pages
Topic 4C: Add a Command Button to a Form
Topic 4D: Create a Subform
Topic 4E: Display a Summary of Data in a Form
Topic 4F: Change the Display of Data Conditionally
Lesson 5: Customizing Reports
Topic 5A: Organize Report Information
Topic 5B: Format Reports
Topic 5C: Control Report Pagination
Topic 5D: Add a Calculated Field to a Report
Topic 5E: Add a Subreport to an Existing Report
Topic 5F: Create a Mailing Label Report
Lesson 6: Sharing Data Across Applications
Topic 6A: Import Data into Access
Topic 6B: Export Data to Text File Formats
Topic 6C: Export Access Data to Excel
Topic 6D: Create a Mail Merge
Appendix A: Navigation Forms
Appendix B: Microsoft Office Access 2010 Exam 77–885
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