This training series covers the intermediate functions and features of Access 2013. Students will learn about designing a relational database, joining tables and advanced reporting. They will also learn how to organize a database for efficiency and share data across applications.
This course is appropriate for both those brand new to Microsoft Access or database technology, and for those who have been using Access for their entire career wanting to improve their data management skills.
- Course 01 – Designing a Relational Database
- Course 02 – Joining Tables
- Course 03 – Organizing a Database for Efficiency
- Course 04 – Sharing Data Across Applications
- Course 05 – Advanced Reporting
- Anyone new to Microsoft Access
- Users new to Microsoft Access 2013 and those upgrading from previous software versions
- Anyone new to the data management role
- Anyone who wants to learn data management and Microsoft Access.
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