Microsoft Access 2007 database developers need the technical knowledge and skills to design databases that use multiple related tables. At the same time, good developers must know how to hide some of these underlying complexities so their completed products are pleasant to use.
In this course, you'll master the tools and techniques required to create user-friendly Access 2007 databases. You'll learn to design one-to-many and many-to-many databases and create queries, forms, and reports to reflect those relationships. You'll find out how to create a switchboard form, change database settings, and use macros to make a database easy and intuitive enough for even a computer novice to use.
About The Instructor
With over 100 published books to his name, award-winning author Alan Simpson is widely regarded as a computer and Internet guru. His books have been published throughout the world in over a dozen languages. Alan is a seasoned veteran of the computer industry, and his books and online courses cover virtually all aspects of the computer industry, including Web development, operating systems, word processing, spreadsheets, databases, programming, networking, and security.