This class covers advanced concepts in Microsoft Access and is designed for students with significant experience using Access who would like to take their database skills to the next level.
Access Advanced Training Class Goal
Students will come from this class feeling confident with the advanced features in Microsoft Access and will be able to develop complex detailed databases.
Familiarity with creating databases in Microsoft Access.
Access Advanced Training Topics Covered
Querying with SQL
- SQL and Access
- Writing SQL statements
- Attaching SQL queries to controls
- Creating Crosstab queries
- Creating parameter queries
- Using Action queries
- Creating, running, and modifying macros
- Attaching macros to the events of database objects
- Creating macros to provide user interaction
- Creating macros that require user input
- Creating the AutoKeys and AutoExec macros
- Creating macros for data transfer
Importing, Exporting, and Linking
- Importing objects
- Exporting objects
- Interacting with XML documents
- Linking Access objects
- Optimizing resources
- Protecting databases
- Setting options and properties
- Navigation and tabbed forms
- Splash screens
- Read-only forms
- Hyperlink fields
- Working with Outlook 2007 or later
Microsoft Access 2007 and 2010 are very similar. Students with either version should be comfortable in this combined class.
Access 2003 is very different from 2007 and 2010. Students with 2003 should take classes taught in that version.
Access 2007 / 2010
- Uses the Ribbon and command icons for navigation.
- Navigation Pane
- Tool Bars and Menus for navigation
Which version do I have?