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Microsoft Access 2010 Beginner to Advanced Tutorials

This discounted bundle includes:
Beginners Access 2010 Tutorial
Duration: 7.5 Hours
Video lessons: 126

Advanced Access 2010 Tutorial
Duration: 7.5 hours
Video lessons: 75
A professionally created, self-study video training course
Includes 17 hours of easy to follow Microsoft Access 2010 Beginner to Advanced video tutorials presented by an industry expert.
The training is delivered to your desktop allowing you to learn at a time that suits you and at your own pace.
You can start learning online right away. Sample Microsoft Access 2010 Beginner to Advanced tutorial videos by clicking a blue link below:
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Sample Videos from Beginners Access 2010
Overview Of Access 2010
The New File Menu In Access 2010
Making The Most Of The Navigation Pane
Customize The Quick Access Toolbar
Enable Content Using A Trusted Location
Choose Between Tabbed Or Overlapping Windows
Using The Files Included With This Course
What Will I Be Able To Do At The End Of This Course
What Constitutes A Database
The Components That Make Up A Database
Why Do We Need A Relational Database Like Access
Creating A Database Using The Database Wizards
Create A Database WITHOUT Wizard (recommended)
Designing Then Creating A Single Table Database
Using The Correct Data Types
Managing The Each Fields Properties
Adding Lookup Options To A Field
Adding An Input Mask To Safeguard Data Entry
Adding A Validation Rule To Safeguard Data Entry
The New Calculated Field In Access 2010
The Primary Key
Entering Data Into A Table
Sorting Data In A Table
Deleting Records From A Table
Editing Records In A Table
Finding Records In A Table
Find And Replace Field Values
Filtering Table Data
Sample Videos from Advanced Access 2010
What Will This Course Cover
Relational Databases Demystified
Using The Working Files
About The MS Access Tutor
Creating And Using Input Masks
Indexing - The How's And Why's
Multiple Field Primary Keys
Selecting Unique Values
Use Of Parameter Queries
Adding A Calculated Field
Using if In A Calculated Field
Creating A Cross Tab Query
A Cross Tab Without The Wizard
Why Change The Join Type In Queries
Viewing And Writing SQL
Introducing The Expression Builder
The Power Of The Sub Query
Generating A Union Query In Access
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Contents from Beginners Access 2010
Queries
What Is A Query
Creating Saving And Running A New Query
CAREFUL Editing Data In A Query
Changing The Design Of A Query
Add Criteria To A Text Field To Filter Records
Filtering A Query On A Number Field
Using Date Filters In A Query
Boolean Fields In Querying
Adding Wildcards To Query Criteria
Retrieving Empty Values With A Query (NULL)
Selecting Using Different Criteria On The Same Field (OR)
Selecting Using Different Criteria On Different Fields (AND)
Sorting The Results Of A Query
Hiding Filtering Columns From A Query Result
Evaluating Calculations With Queries
Working Out The Current Age Of Contacts
Produce Totals Using An Access Query
Finding Duplicate Records With A Query

Forms
Creating A Form Using The Wizard
Column Or Tabular Forms - Which To Choose
Viewing And Editing Records Through A Form
Adding Records Through Forms And Associated Problems
Searching For Records In Forms
Deleting A Record In A Form
Sorting Records
Applying Filters Within Forms
Modifying The Design Of A Form
Adding Fields Not Currently Displayed
Aligning And Spacing Form Controls
Amending The Tab Order
Add Logos And Images
Adding Todays Date
Calculating Fields In Forms

Reports
Creating A Basic Report Using The Wizard
Grouped Reports Through The Wizard
Basing A Report On A Query
The Quick Report Tool
Editing The Layout Of A Wizard Generated Report
Printing Reports
Creating A PDF From A Report

Multiple Table Databases
How To Create A Multi Table Database
Creating Links Between Tables
What Is The Foreign Key
Removing Or Editing A Relationship
Referential Integrity
Viewing And Editing Data In A Sub Datasheet
Creating A Query That Extracts Data From More Than One Table At A Time
Create A Form Based On A Multi Table Query
Generating A Report Based On More Than One Table

Database Normalization
What Is Normalization
Normalizing The Sample Database

Advanced Tables
Importing Data Into Access From Excel
Importing Data Into Access From Access
Importing Data Into Access From Text Files
Converting An Access Database To A Previous Version
Making Use Of Lookups In Tables
Why Do I Need To Index Fields In Tables
Multiple Field Primary Keys
Printing The Relationship Diagram

Advanced Select Queries
Using More Than One Table To Feed A Query
Changing The Join Type Of Links In Queries
Watch Out For The Cartesian Join
Parameter Queries
Introducing The Crosstab Query

Action Queries
The Make Table Query
Use An Update Query To Change Data
Appending Records To A Table Using The Append Query
Removing Data Using The Delete Query

Advanced Forms
Creating A Form With A Sub Datasheet
Creating A Data Form With NO Wizard
Adding A Drop Box (Combo Box)
Special Use Of A Combo Box To Find Records
Creating A Blank Form For Use As A Menu
Adding Simple Action Buttons To A Form

Sub Forms
Use A Sub Form To Display Related Data On One Screen
Create A Sub Form And Add To The Main Form
Using The Tab Control To Group Information Or Sub Forms

Advanced Reports
Creating A Blank Report
Adding Sorting And Grouping
Adding New Fields To Carry Out Calculations

Sub Reports
What Is A Sub Report
Creating A Sub Report
Inserting Sub Reports Into Main Report

About The Tutor
About The MS Access 2010 Tutor
Contents from the Advanced Access 2010
Getting Started
What Will This Course Cover
Relational Databases Demystified
Using The Working Files
About The MS Access Tutor

Advanced Table Design
Creating And Using Input Masks
Indexing - The Hows And Whys
Multiple Field Primary Keys

Advanced Queries
Selecting Unique Values
Use Of Parameter Queries
Adding A Calculated Field
Using if In A Calculated Field
Creating A Cross Tab Query
A Cross Tab Without The Wizard
Why Change The Join Type In Queries
Viewing And Writing SQL
Introducing The Expression Builder
The Power Of The Sub Query
Generating A Union Query In Access

Action Queries
The Make Table Query - For Backups
The Make Table Query From Multiple Tables Of Data
Changing Data Using An Update Query
Update Query With A User Driven Parameter
Add Records To A Table Using The Append Query
Delete Records Using The Delete Query
Backup And Restore Data Using Action Queries

Advanced Form Design
Adding Linked Objects And Displaying On A Form
Sub Forms Unbound Or Bound
Using Tabs To Display Multiple Sub Form Data
Referencing Combo Box Unbound Columns
The NEW Navigation Forms
Creating A Form To Use As A Menu Or Dialog
Adding A Form Button With The Wizard
Creating Buttons WITHOUT The Wizard
Open Another Form-Filtered By Current Form (Lesson - 1)
Open Another Form-Filtered By Current Form (Lesson - 2)
Building A Search Form
Check Whether The Search Criteria Is Entered
Use Double Click To Open Related Data
Dynamically Changing The Row Source Of A Combo Or List Box

Advanced Reports
Creating A Report From Scratch Without The Wizard
Adding Images To The Report
Calculations On A Report
Sorting And Grouping A Report
Totals On Reports Groups
Creating And Adding Sub Reports
Concatenation With Carriage Returns
Adding A Chart Or Graph
A Chart Filtered By The Report Section
Pie Charts In Reports

Macros
Creating A New Macro
Example Functionality Of Macros
Assigning Macros To Buttons On Forms
Using if In A Macro To Control Program Flow
Commenting Your Macro Code For Future Reference
NEW - The Embedded Macro
Sub Macros And Their Uses
Trigger A Macro From The Ribbons
Controlling Startup Actions With The AutoExec Macro
Creating An AutoKeys Macro For Customizing Keyboard Shortcuts
Adding An OK/Cancel Confirmation Box

Database Utilities
Compact And Repair - A Useful Utility
Converting Access To Previous Versions
Saving A Backup Copy
Tracking Object Dependencies
The Start Up Settings

Application Making And Security
Main Menu Tidying Requirements
Restricted Access By Use Of The ACCDE Format
Download And Distribute Access 2010 Runtime
Encrypting And Password Protecting An Access Database
Splitting The Database In Two For Final Security

Access With SQL Server
Upgrade An Existing Application To Use SQL Server
Linking a New Database To SQL Server
Introducing The MS Access Project File
Running A Stored Procedure From The MS Access Project

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  • Tutor: Guy Vaccaro
  • Duration: 17 hours
  • Video lessons: 187
  • Product code: 01665
  • In stock: YES
From the absolute basics to the advanced and powerful features, these Microsoft Access 2010 tutorials will teach you all you need to need to know and more! Presented by expert MS Access tutor Guy Vaccaro, he uses easy-to-follow video training movies to help break down the complexities of this industry standard database software, allowing you get the most out of the powerful toolset and the innovative features in a very short space of time. In over seventeen hours of professionally created training videos, tutor Guy demonstrates the basic operations in the beginners course, including a tour of the interface, lessons on creating tables, creating an input form, learning how to query your data, what is Normalization step-by-step, how to create reports and making use of the various functions. In the advanced Access course, tuition includes the more complex techniques such as advanced table design, lessons on advanced queries, learning access queries, using Macros in Access 2010 step-by-step, database utilities explained and so much more. Workfiles are also included so you can follow along with the teachings of trainer Guy. You can view the complete range of 187 training movies below and start learning right away, click any of the blue linked lessons to sample the FREE Microsoft Access 2010 video tutorials available for your evaluation...
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