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Design for the end user

Design for the end user: Access 2016: Forms and Reports in Depth
Design for the end user: Access 2016: Forms and Reports in Depth

In this movie, Adam describes who the end user of a database is. The end user is someone who needs to accomplish tasks such as running reports or entering data, but isn’t necessarily a user of Microsoft Access. By tailoring the custom database application to this user, the entire system is simplified and organized around their needs.

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Skill Level Intermediate
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Business Databases Access Office Office 365

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