Microsoft Access 2016 1
Microsoft Access 2016 Part One for a Single Unique User Course (Online subscription only)
Microsoft Office Access 2016 - Part 1
Access is Microsoft?s flagship database application that allows you to create and manage databases for all sorts of different purposes. This new version of Access incorporates a few new features and connectivity options in order to make databases more accessible to the everyday user.
This course is intended to help all novice computer users get up to speed quickly. It will also help more experienced users who have little to no experience with Microsoft Access and databases in general.
Getting Started with Access
In the first lesson, students will learn how to orient themselves with Microsoft Access 2016, create a simple Access database, and get help in Microsoft Access.
Working with Table Data
Next, students will learn how to modify table data, work with, sort and filter records, and how to create lookups.
Querying a Database
This lesson covers how to join data from different tables in a query, sort and filter data in a query, and perform calculations in a query.
Creating Advanced Queries
In this lesson, students will learn how to create parameter queries, action queries, unmatched queries, and duplicate queries. They will also learn how to summarize data with queries.
Creating reports, adding controls to a report, enhancing the appearance of a report, and preparing a report for print are all covered in this lesson.
Customizing the Access Environment
Next, students will learn about the Access Options dialog box.
Designing a Relational Database
This lesson covers relational database design, creating a table, managing table fields, and creating table relationships.
Creating query joins, joining tables that have no common fields, relating data within a table, working with sub datasheets, and creating subqueries will be covered in this lesson.
Organizing a Database for Efficiency
In this lesson, students will learn about data normalization and how to create a junction table.
Sharing Data Across Applications
Next, importing data into Access, exporting Access data to text file formats, exporting Access data to Excel, and creating a mail merge will be covered.
This lesson covers how to organize report information, format reports, include charts in a report, add a calculated field to a report, and add a subreport to an existing report.
Additional Reporting Options
In the final lesson, how to create a mailing label report and how to publish a report as a PDF will be covered.