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In Access 2010: Real-World Projects, author Gini Courter uses real-world examples to explore Access's database creation and management features. Gini shows how to create professionally formatted forms and reports and make ugly databases a thing of the past using Office themes. Creating a database in Access is even easier with built-in navigation templates and reusable Application Parts. Gini also reviews how to save reports as PDFs for easy distribution and how to highlight important data. Exercise files accompany the course.
(Music playing) Hello, I am Gini Courter and I'm pleased to present Access 2010 Real-World Projects. I'm here to show you how you can take advantage of new features. We'll be using a real-world database to highlight the new features of Office 2010. In this Access 2010 course, we'll look at how easy it is to apply new formats to all the forms and reports in your database with Office themes. We'll look at new ways to conditionally format reports, then I'll show you how to create a PDF or XPS of your reports and to think strategically about distributing data within your organization.
You'll see how to use navigation Templates to make your database easy for others to use, and we'll work on reusing objects and forms as application parts. I'm really excited about this new Access 2010 release and I think following these real-world examples will make it easier for you to apply these new features to your database projects.
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