Learn how to create multi-table queries using both the Query Wizard and Query Design View. Author Jen McBee will show you how to add criteria to your queries to filter the data, a challenge you may encounter on the Access 2013 MOS Exam.
- [Voiceover] There will be times when you need…to create a query that pulls data…from more than one table.…For example, suppose you have a list…of customer IDs that appear in your query results,…and that data would be more useful…if we could also view the customer contact information.…On the Access 2013 MOS exam,…you may be asked to create a query…that pulls the data from more than one source.…In this video, we'll create multi-table queries…using the Query Wizard.…We'll also go in and create relationships…between the two tables…that we're going to be using.…
And we'll learn how we can pull data…from multiple tables.…And notice that all three of these items…have the MOS icon next to them,…and that's a reminder to you…that all three of these items…will probably be covered on the Access 2013 MOS exam.…I have the 04_02 file open,…so let's go ahead and get started.…We're going to create a multi-table query…using the Customer Information table…and the Orders table.…Let's go ahead and look at both tables…before we begin.…
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The course first explores the MOS certification program and highlights its cost, format, and objectives. Jennifer then walks viewers through all of the Access exam areas in detail. She explains how to create and manage Access databases, build tables, join tables with relationships, and create queries, forms, and dynamic reports. She includes free practice files to follow along while learning about each topic. There are challenges to test your skills at the end of almost every chapter, and the full-length, 50-minute practice exam at the end of the course will ensure you're ready for the real exam.
- Identify the location of the search field in a table.
- Recall how to update identical information across multiple records.
- Explain how to create a report that pulls information from two tables.
- Explain the difference between a split form and a subform.
- Identify two methods used to create a calculated field in a query.
- Summarize how to display information in a particular order when creating a report.
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Microsoft Office Specialist Exam Overview
2. Create and Manage a Database
3. Build Tables
4. Create Queries
5. Create Forms
6. Create Reports
7. Final Practice Exam
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