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Microsoft Access 2010 Certification Training

Seattle Central Community College

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Career Training Program
Program Code: GES831
Hours: 120
Fees: $595.00 USD

Outline

  1. Beginning Microsoft Access
    1. Getting Started: How to use the online course
    2. Hello, Access: Introduction to Tables
    3. Tables and Table Design: Adding Fields
    4. Table and More Tables: Design View
    5. Forms and Form Design: Layout View
    6. Designing for Real Users: Edit the Form Properties
    7. Queries and Query Design: Ask questions
    8. More Queries: Use Criteria and Parameters
    9. Reports and Report Design: Layout View
    10. Reports and More Reports: Use Design View
    11. Managing Databases: Save and Save As
  2. Intermediate Microsoft Access
    1. Hello, Again, Hello: Introduction to one-to-many relationships
    2. One-From-Many Relationships: Create a Combo Box
    3. Forms and Subforms, Part 1: Representing one-to-many
    4. Forms and Subforms, Part 2: Creating the Search Form
    5. Forms and Subforms, Part 3: Link the Form and Subform
    6. Meet the Stars: Create a Switchboard Form
    7. The Opening Scene: Manage the database environment
    8. Dress Rehearsal: How to TEST your software
    9. Report Totals: Use a Query to calculate the Tota
    10. Report Design Options: Use Design View
  3. Advanced Microsoft Access
    1. You say Goodbye, and I say Hello!: Normalize a database
    2. Relating Tables in a Database: Key data
    3. Primary Keys and Relationships
    4. The Receipt Form, Part 1: Design the Subform
    5. The Receipt Form, Part 2: Design the Form and link the two Forms
    6. The Receipt Printout, Part 1: Design the Report
    7. The Receipt Print, Part 2: Design the Subreport and link the two Reports
    8. The Producers: Working with Dates
    9. Prepare to Share: Visualize the results and export the Reports
    10. Strategies for Archiving: Use Action Queries
    11. The Performance Network: Optimize for Multi-Users

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