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Learn how to build databases to store and retrieve your data more efficiently with Access 2016.
Learn how to build databases to store and retrieve your data more efficiently in the Office 365 version of Access.
Learn about the suite-wide enhancements in Office 2016 and Office 365, as well as program-specific new features in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook.
Learn how databases work and how to start designing one of your own.
Take a tour of the essential features of Access 2013 and discover how to build a database and store your data more efficiently.
Take a look at suite-wide enhancements like cloud integration, Touch Mode, PDF editing, and Ribbon customization, as well as individual app improvements added to Office 2013.
Walks through the switch to Access 2010 from Access 2003.
Gives a comprehensive overview of creating databases in Access, whether using predefined database templates or building from scratch.
Explains the key differences between Access 2007 and Access 2003 and the benefits of upgrading to the 2007 version of Microsoft’s database design software.
Uses real-world examples to explore Access’s database creation and management features.
Covers each aspect of using Access 2007 to create and modify databases for custom business purposes.
Discusses database concepts, design methodology, features, and tools.
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