Access 2010 New Features
Video: WelcomeDemonstrates the new and enhanced features in Microsoft Access 2010.
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In Access 2010 New Features, author Alicia Katz Pollock explains each new and enhanced feature in Microsoft Access 2010. This course covers the Backstage view that replaces the File menu in Office 2010, shortcuts for building tables, new layout tools and navigation controls, the macro designer featuring IntelliSense, as well as exporting to and collaborating in SharePoint. Exercise files accompany the course.
- Working with Application Parts
- Implementing the Table Tools ribbon
- Using Quick Start and calculated fields
- Designing with Layout View formatting tools
- Taking advantage of enhancements to the Conditional Formatting feature
- Automating with macros
- Working with external data
- Integrating SharePoint publishing
Hi! I am Alicia Katz Pollock and I would like to welcome you to Access 2010's new features. In this course I'll demonstrate the newest features of Access 2010, Microsoft Office Suite's database application. I'll show you the new Backstage View, which replaced the Office button. We'll see some of the new shortcuts for building tables. We'll take a look at enhanced features including Layout tools and navigation controls. And I'll walk you though new options for exporting and collaborating in SharePoint.
Whether you are new to Access or an experienced database programmer, I am going to show you all the new features and enhancements that have been included in Access 2010. These features will make it easier to manage and organize information for your business. Now, let's get started with Access 2010 New Features.
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- A: There are several possible reasons why a macro would malfunction. Make sure that the macro is written correctly. Capitalization and punctuation matters. Also make sure to click in all the same places when recording the macro. With enough practice, building macros will become more routine, and spotting errors will becoming easier.
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