Microsoft Access Classroom Based Training Courses
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Access Fundamentals: Enter and edit data, run queries and reports.
Access Querying a database: Create and run Access database queries.
Access Relationships: Create relational databases, create main and sub tables, forms and queries using more than one table
Access Design a database: Create a table, form, query and report from scratch.
What is Microsoft Access?
Microsoft Access is a database software programme.
A database is a collection of information with the information arranged in a structured way. Examples of paper databases are: a telephone book, card index, filing system.
Databases are used to:
- Store and sort data
- Find information
- Extract information
- Produce well-presented print-outs of the extracted information
Advantages of an electronic database compared with a paper database
- Updates are much easier on a computer. You can quickly delete or edit the information
- Computers use less space than a large paper filing system
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