Microsoft Office Access 2007: Level 1

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Most organizations maintain and manage large amounts of information. One of the most efficient and powerful ways of managing data is by using relational databases. Information can be stored, linked, and managed using a single relational database application and its associated tools. In this course, you will examine the basic database concepts, and create and modify databases and their various objects using the Microsoft® Office Access™ 2007 relational database application.

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Students should have completed the following courses or possess equivalent knowledge before starting this course: Windows 2000: Introduction, Windows XP:Introduction, Windows XP: Level 1, Windows XP: Level 2
Exploring the Microsoft:
Examine Database Concepts
Explore the User Interface
Use an Existing Access Database
Customize the Access Environment
Obtain Help
Designing a Database :
Describe the Relational Database Design Process
Define Database Purpose
Review Existing Data
Determine Fields
Group Fields into Tables
Normalize Data
Designate Primary and Foreign Keys
Determine Table Relationships
Building a Database :
Create a New Database
Create a Table
Manage Tables
Create a Table Relationship
Save a Database as a Previous Version
Managing Data in a Table :
Modify Table Data
Sort Records
Work with Subdatasheets
Querying a Database :
Filter Records
Create a Query
Add Criteria to a Query
Add a Calculated Field to a Query
Perform Calculations on a Record Grouping
Designing Forms :
View Data Using an Access Form
Create a Form
Modify the Design of a Form
Generating Reports :
View an Access Report
Create a Report
Add a Custom Calculated Field to a Report
Format the Controls in a Report
Apply an AutoFormat Style to a Report
Prepare a Report for Print