Microsoft Access - Advanced
Access Advanced (versions 2003 to 2010)
Duration: One Day
|Aims and Objectives of the workshop||To build on a reasonable level of database design experience that may have been gained from the Introduction and/or Intermediate course. Advanced aspects of database design will enable staff to create and manipulate data using the more complex aspects of the programme.|
|Who Should Attend||People who intend to design databases at an advanced level or improve existing Access databases. Also advanced conversion of databases made in other applications and spreadsheet (flat file) databases. Sharing and security is also covered.|
|Pre-requisites||This course assumes a reasonable level of database design principles as covered in the Intermediate course.|
Managing Relational Databases
- Review of relationships in a database
- Linking tables and data
- Referential integrity
- Crosstab queries
- Find Duplicate queries
- Using expressions in queries
- Calculated fields in forms, queries and reports
- Creating calculated fields.
- Using calculated fields
Customising forms and reports
- Using list and combo boxes on a form
- Using check boxes, option & toggle buttons.
- Using option groups
- Create forms with multiple pages or tabs
- Exploring form and report properties
Related courses: Access Introduction, Access Intermediate
Please note that sections of this course can be mixed with other courses to create your own bespoke training package.