Microsoft Access 2010


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Microsoft Access 2010

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Contents: Introduction

  • Starting Out • What is Microsoft Access? • What’s New in Access 2010? • Basic Database Terminology • Opening and Closing Access
  • Interface Basics • Understanding Backstage View (File Menu) • Interface Overview • Using the Standard Tabs • Using Contextual Tabs
  • Database Security • Warnings You May See when Opening a Database • Enabling Content • About Digital Signatures • About Trusted Locations • Opening the Trust Center • Assigning a Password to your Database
  • Getting Help • Opening the Help File • Overview of the Help File • Online vs. Offline Help • Searching for Help
  • The Quick Access Toolbar • The Default QAT Commands • Adding Commands • Removing Commands • Customizing the Toolbar
  • Basics of Tabs • About Tabs • Opening Additional Dialog Boxes • Using the File (Backstage) Menu • Minimizing the Ribbon
  • The Home Tab • Views Commands • Clipboard Commands • Sort & Filter Commands • Records Commands • Find Commands • Text Formatting Commands
  • The Create Tab • Templates Commands • Tables Commands • Queries Commands • Forms Commands • Reports Commands • Macros & Code Commands
  • The External Data Tab • Import & Link Commands • Export Commands • Collect Data Commands
  • The Database Tools Tab • Tools Commands • Macro Commands • Relationships Commands • Analyze Commands • Move Data Commands • Add-Ins Commands
  • First Steps • Planning a Database • Creating a Blank Database • Creating a Database from a Template • Using Database Objects • Setting Navigation Options
  • About Records • What is a Record? • Navigation Tips • Adding Records • Editing Records • Deleting Records • Printing Records
  • Creating a Table • About Tables • Creating a Table • Using Design View • Entering Data into a Table • Formatting a Table
  • Formatting Text • Using the Zoom Box • Selecting Data • Cutting, Copying, and Pasting • Using the Format Painter • Using Undo and Redo • Checking your Spelling
  • Creating and Using Forms • What is a Form? • Bound vs. Unbound Controls • Creating a Basic Form • Creating a Form with the Wizard • Using Design View to Modify your Form • About the Form Design Tools Contextual Tabs • Using Forms
  • Creating and Using Queries • What is a Query? • Creating a Query with the Wizard • Using Design View to Modify a Query • About the Query Design Tools Contextual Tab • Using Queries
  • Creating and Using Reports • What is a Report? • Creating a Report with the Wizard • Using Design View to Modify a Report • About the Report Design Tools Contextual Tabs • Using Reports
  • Sorting and Filtering Data • Using Find and Replace • Sorting Ascending or Descending • Toggling Filter • Using Selection Sort • Using Advanced Sort
  • Viewing Data • Using the View Menu • Using the View Icons • Using the Object Tabs • Closing Individual Object Tabs
  • Printing a Database Object • Print Commands • The Print Dialog Box • Using Print Preview • Printing vs. Exporting
  • Case Study
  • Review Questions

Contents: Intermediate

  • Using Windows Explorer within Access • Navigating with Windows Explorer • Performing Basic Tasks with Windows Explorer • Changing Views in Windows Explorer • Using the Navigation Pane
  • Database Management • Compact and Repair a Database • Backing Up your Database • Editing Database Properties • Adding or Removing Database Passwords
  • Saving Your Files • Using the Save As Dialog • An Overview of Additional Database Formats • Packaging a Database • About AutoRecover
  • Exporting Files • Exporting to PDF or XPS • Exporting to Microsoft Office Excel • Exporting to Other Destinations • Using Saved Exports • Packaging and Signing • Exporting to Older Versions of Access
  • Linking Files • Linking to a Microsoft Excel Spreadsheet • Linking to Another Database • Linking to a SharePoint Site • Other Types of Linked Documents • Creating Hyperlinks
  • Customizing Tables • Understanding Field Properties • Adding a Primary Key • Indexing a Field • Inserting, Deleting, and Moving Fields • Adding Quick Start Elements • Importing a Table from another Source
  • Formatting Tables • Formatting Number Fields • Formatting Text Fields • Adding Field Descriptions • Changing Field Data Types • Adding Captions • Step-By-Ste • p • Skill Sharpener
  • Controlling Table Data Entry • Setting a Default Value • Setting a Required Value • Creating and Using Input Masks • Creating and Removing Table Relationships
  • Managing Table Data Entry • Using the Table Tools – Design Tab • Validating Data • Creating a Lookup Field • Modifying a Lookup Field • Creating a Value List • Modifying a Value List
  • Basic Form Controls • Types of Forms • Types of Form Controls • Adding a Control • Using the Control Wizard • Cutting, Copying, Pasting, and Moving a Control • Formatting a Control
  • Advanced Form Controls • Modifying a Control’s Properties • Changing a Control’s Data Source • Changing a Control’s Default Value • Creating a Calculated Control • Using Form Properties
  • Formatting Your Form • Formatting Gridlines • Modifying the Font • Adding Logos • Changing the Layout
  • Formatting Controls • Changing the Color of a Control • Using Control Properties • Aligning and Sizing Controls • Applying Special Effects
  • Using Themes • Using Themes • Modifying Fonts • Modifying Colors • Saving Customized Themes
  • Organizing Report Data • Adding and Removing Fields • Using Report Sections • Changing Section Properties • Grouping and Sorting in a Report • Doing More with Grouping and Sorting • Using Calculated Controls in a Report
  • Formatting Reports • Formatting Gridlines • Modifying the Font • Adding Logos • Changing the Layout • Using Themes
  • Common Report Tasks • Adding a Photo • Adjusting Page Properties • Adding Page Numbers • Using the Label Wizard • Adding Conditional Formatting
  • Basic Queries • Review of Queries • Creating a Query • Sorting a Query • Filtering a Query • Hiding Fields
  • Doing More with Queries • Using AND/OR Operators • About IIF Functions • Creating Multiple Table Queries • Creating a Calculated Field • About the Expression Builder • Using Queries to Summarize Data
  • Advanced Queries • Creating a Parameter Query • Using Parameter Queries • Creating Crosstab Queries • Using Crosstab Queries • Using Make-Table Queries
  • Management (Action) Queries • Append Queries • Delete Queries • Update Queries • Exporting Queries
  • Case Study
  • Review Questions

Contents: Advanced

  • Referential Integrity • Using the Relationships View and Tab • Types of Relationships • Establishing Referential Integrity • Enforcing Referential Integrity • Testing Referential Integrity
  • Table Relationships • About Join Lines • Normalizing Tables • Using Cascade Delete and Cascade Update • Setting Fields for Indexing • Using the Index
  • An Introduction to SQL • What is SQL? • Parts of an SQL Statement • SQL Keywords • Adding Where Clauses
  • Modal Dialog Boxes • Creating a Modal Dialog Box • Adding Controls • Setting Properties • Formatting your Dialog Box
  • Using Subforms • Creating a Subform • Modifying a Subform • Working with a Subform • Synchronizing Subform Data with a Main Form • Displaying a Subform within a Main Form
  • Advanced Form Tasks • Limiting User Access to a Form • Creating Check Boxes and Command Buttons • Creating Event Procedures • Customizing Error Messages
  • Exporting Your Form • Sending a Form via E-Mail • Managing Replies • Exporting your Form to XML
  • Switchboards • Using a Switchboard vs. Using the Navigation Pane and Tab • Using the Switchboard Manager • Creating a Switchboard • Editing a Switchboard • Deleting a Switchboard
  • Creating a PivotTable • About PivotTables • Creating a PivotTable • More about PivotTable Fields • Completing your PivotTable
  • Creating a PivotChart • About PivotCharts • Creating a PivotChart • More about PivotChart Fields • Completing Your PivotChart
  • Using PivotTables and PivotCharts • Using a PivotTable • Using a PivotChart • Editing a PivotTable or a PivotChart • Common PivotTable and PivotChart Editing Commands • Creating a PivotTable and PivotChart from the Same Object
  • Access and Windows • Recovering Access • Starting Access on Windows Boot • Using Office Diagnostics • Checking for Updates
  • Using the Access Viewer • What is the Access Viewer? • Downloading the Viewer • Using the Viewer
  • Using Outlook with Access • Creating an RSS Feed for Outlook • Importing Contacts from Outlook
  • Using SharePoint 2010 with Access • Important Terminology* • Linking Tables and Lists • Publishing a Database in SharePoint • SharePoint Database Management Tasks
  • Using Macros and VBA
  • Case Study