Access 2013


This course covers basic, intermediate, and advanced features of Microsoft Access 2013 software. Access 2013 is a database application, design, and deployment tool that users use to keep track of important information.

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Users of this software can keep data on their computer, or they can publish it to the Web, so that other users may access the database with a web browser. Access databases can help the user store and track just about any kind of information, such as inventory, contacts, or business processes.

Course Outline

Access 2013 Introduction

  • ¬†Access 2013 Introduction
  • ¬†What Are Databases
  • ¬†The Interface Window
  • ¬†Setting Up The Database-Part1
  • ¬†Setting Up The Database-Part2
  • ¬†Creating Forms
  • ¬†Understanding Table Relationships
  • ¬†Introduction To Queries
  • ¬†Introduction To Reports

Access 2013 Intermediate

  • ¬†Introduction to Table Tools Part 1
  • ¬†Table Tools-Part2
  • ¬†Table Tools-Part3
  • ¬†Forms And Design Intermediate-Part1
  • ¬†Forms And Design Intermediate-Part2
  • ¬†Forms Data Entry-Part1
  • ¬†Forms Data Entry-Part2
  • ¬†Queries
  • ¬†Reports From Queries-Part1
  • ¬†Reports From Queries-Part2
  • ¬†Reports From Queries-Part3
  • ¬†Specialized Form

Access 2013 Advanced

  • ¬†Advance Introduction And Sub-forms
  • ¬†Sub-forms
  • ¬†Additional Types Of Queries
  • ¬†Form And Macros-Part1
  • ¬†Form And Macros-Part2
  • ¬†Advance Forms
  • ¬†Reports Advance-Part1
  • ¬†Reports Advance-Part2
  • ¬†Updating Reports
  • ¬†Customization And Conclusion


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