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From using predefined Access 2007 database applications to building them from scratch, Access 2007 Essential Training covers each step of understanding, creating, and modifying databases for custom business purposes. Instructor David Rivers shows even the most database-challenged how to utilize this powerful software for creating reports and charts, as well as for business record keeping and analysis. Exercise files accompany the tutorials.
Hi and welcome to Microsoft Access 2007. I'm David Rivers. When it comes to creating and using databases on your desktop computer, Microsoft Access is the industry standard. Access is part of certain Microsoft Office Suite products but not all. You'll need Microsoft Office Professional, Ultimate, or Enterprise to get Access, along with all the regulars like Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. In this title we'll begin with a good foundation covering important database concepts and terminology before moving into the application itself.
Once inside Access 2007 and feeling comfortable in our new environment, we'll work through a common scenario as we create a relational database made up of tables, queries, forms, reports and more. Let's get started.
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