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Discover how to manage data entry and reporting tasks more efficiently using Access 2010. Author Adam Wilbert presents lessons on designing forms, organizing and displaying data with form controls, creating flexible queries, and building a form-based navigation system. The course also shows how to build reports from wizards and queries, highlight important data with conditional formatting, and automate reporting processes with macros.
Hello! I'm Adam Wilbert and I'd like to welcome you to Access 2010 Forms and Reports in Depth. In this course, we're going to explore the inner workings of two highly configurable objects inside an Access database. With forms, I'll show you how to create easy-to-use data entry points that interface with your data tables. We'll work with controls and layout and design views as well as explore Access's extensive property sheets where we can fine-tune their behavior, appearance, and interactivity. Reports use many of the same tools and techniques as forms and they're great for preparing data for the printed page.
With reports we'll look at grouping data into categories while leveraging header and footer sections to organize your report structure and make them easy to read. We'll build reports from scratch that are tied to query record sources for increased flexibility and we'll hook them all back into a form-based navigation system to help end-users move around your database and accomplish tasks without having to note anything about its inner structure. So, thank you for joining me. Now let's dig into Access 2010 Forms and Reports in Depth.
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