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Microsoft Access 2013 Beginner to Advanced Tutorial

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Beginners Microsoft Access 2013
Duration: 10 Hours
Video lessons: 104

Advanced Microsoft Access 2013
Duration: 10 hours
Video lessons: 99
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Includes 20 hours of easy to follow Microsoft Access 2013 Beginner to Advanced video tutorials presented by an industry expert.
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Contents from Beginners Access 2013
Before We Get Started
What Is Our Target
Access 2013 Interface Tour
Managing The Navigation Pane
Customize The Quick Access Toolbar
Setting And Using A Trusted Location
Make A Choice From Overlapping Or Tabbed Windows
What Is A Custom Web App
Using The Working Files

Database Theory And Design
What Is A Database?
Why Do We Need A Relational Database?
Create A Database Using Database Templates
Creating Your First Database

Data Types Explained
Why Do We Need A Primary Key
Design And Then Create Tables
Editing The Common Field Properties
Field Properties Unique To Date/Time Data Type
The Field Size Property
Using The Lookup Wizard On A Field
Safeguard Data Entry With Input Masks
Safeguard Data Using Validation Rules
Using The Calculated Field Type
Enter, Delete, And Edit Data In Tables
Finding And Replacing Data In A Table
Sorting And Filtering Data

Exploring Queries
Creating, Saving, And Running A Select Query
Sorting Data Within Queries
Filtering Text Fields
Operators For Numeric Filtering
Querying Date/Time Fields
Use Of Wildcards In Criteria
Locating Empty Fields: Is Null
Multiple Criteria On The Same Fields: Or
Multiple Criteria On Different Fields: And
Why Do I Need SQL View?
Add Calculating Fields To A Query
Using Text Fields In Calculated Fields
Calculated Fields Based On Date/Time Fields
Calculating Age With A Query
Producing Totals In Access

Using The Wizard To Create A Form
The Super Quick Form
Viewing, Editing, And Deleting Records
Adding Records Through Forms
Searching For Records
Sorting And Filtering Records
Layout And Design View Explained
Adding Colour To Forms
Adding Fields And Controlling Alignment And Spacing
Controlling Tab Order Of Added Fields
Add Images To Forms
Adding Calculated Fields

Creating A Report Using The Wizard
Grouping Within Wizard Reports
A Report In A Hurry: Quick Report
Editing The Layout Of A Wizard Generated Report
Print Or Convert A Report To PDF

Multiple Table Databases
Designing A Multi-Table Database
Relationships Between Tables
Creating Relationships In Access
Why Do I Need Referential Integrity?
The Subdatasheet Tool
Queries With Multiple Tables
More Than One Table In A Form
Reports On Multiple Tables

Database Normalization
What Is Database Normalization
Normalizing The Customer Database

Advanced Tables
Using Lookups In Data Tables
Converting Access Databases Between Versions
Introduction To Indexing Fields
Using More Than One Field As The Primary Key
Creating And Printing Relationship Reports
Importing Or Linking Data Into Access From Access
Importing And Linking Excel Data
Importing Data From Text Files

Advanced Select Queries
Using More Than One Table In A Query
Changing The Join Type Of Links In Queries
Watch Out For Cartesian Or Cross Join
Using Parameters In Queries
The Crosstab Query

Action Queries
Make A New Table From A Query
Update Queries For Amending Data
Appending Records To A Table
The Powerful Delete Query

Advanced Forms
Adding A Subdatasheet Or Subform
Creating A Form Without The Wizard
Add A Drop Box (Combo Box)
Special Use Of A Combo Box
Using A Blank Form As A Menu

Advanced Reports
Creating A Blank Report Without The Wizard
Sorting Records In A Report - Lesson 1
Sorting Records In A Report - Lesson 2
Grouping Within Reports
Adding Calculated Fields
Creating And Using A Subreport
Add Summaries To Groups

Custom Web Apps
Prerequisites For Running A Custom Web App
Creating Your First Web App
Adding Tables To The Web App
Create And Edit Views
Queries Are Possible In Web Apps
Add A Blank Menu Form

Summary And Beyond
About The Tutor
Contents from the Advanced Access 2013
Access Advanced Introduction
What Will You Learn?
Relational Databases Explained
Working Files Explained
About The Tutor

Advanced Table Design
Create And Use Input Masks
Indexing In Access Tables
Multiple Field Primary Keys
Extended Field Properties
Analyze A Table For Improved Performance

Advanced Querying
Selecting Unique And Distinct Values
Parameter Queries
Adding A Formula Field
Using If Conditions Within A Formula Field
Altering Join Types Between Tables
Cross Tab With The Wizards Help
Cross Tab Without Wizards
Introducing The Expression Builder

Action Queries
Change Data In Tables With An Action Query
Adding A Parameter To Update Queries
Make A New Table From An Existing Table Query
Make A Single Table From Multiple Table Data
Amending And Appending Imported Data
Deleting Records With The Delete Query
Backup And Restore By Use Of Action Queries

Standard Query Language
SQL Syntax And Using It In Access Queries
Filtering Your SQL Statement
Linking Multiple Tables In SQL
Grouping Data Through SQL
Using Formula In SQL Select Statements
The Powerful Subquery
Generating A Union Query In Access
Action SQL Statements

Advanced Form Design
Adding New Bound Data Objects
Adding Unbound Objects
Manually Configuring Combo Boxes
Referencing The Unbound Columns Of Combo Boxes
Introducing Navigation Forms
Create Non Data Forms As Menus And Dialogs
Creating Command Buttons For Forms
Open One Form Filtered By Another
Creating Buttons Without The Wizard
Using Double Click Instead Of Click
Building A Search Form
Dynamic List Box Filtering
Adding A Data Chart To A Form

Advanced Reports
Creating A Report Without The Wizard
Add Titles And Images
Formatting Lines And Background Colors
Page Numbering And Displaying The Current Date
Add Calculations To A Report
Sorting And Grouping Data
Adding Totals To Groups
Creating Summary Reports
Multiple Lines In A Concatenated Field
Open A Report Filtered By A Form
Adding A Chart To A Report
Charts Filtered By The Reports Grouping

Subforms And Reports
Subforms Can Be Bound Or Unbound
Creating And Using Unbound Subforms
Create A Bound Subform
Form Tabs For Displaying Multiple Subform Data
Adding A Bound Sub Report
Clever Use Of Unbound Reports

What Is A Macro
Steps To Creating A Macro
Assign Macros To Buttons On Forms
Assign A Macro To A Ribbon Icon
Use Of Sub Macros
Assigning Keyboard Shortcuts To Macros
Open A Form Filtered Through A Macro
Using An If To Control The Flow Of Actions
Running Action SQL From A Macro
Adding Comments To Macros
Configure A Macro To Run When The Database Opens
Adding An OK Confirmation Step

Database Utilities
Why Do I Need To Compact And Repair?
Converting Access Databases To And From Previous Versions
Backing Up A Database
Tracking Dependent Objects

Turn A Database Into An Application
Creating A Welcome Screen
Setting The Options For Database Startup
Encrypting And Password Protecting Your Application
Restrict Access To Some Objects By Use Of The ACCDE Format
Why Split A Database In Two?
Download, Distribute And Test Access Runtime
Creating Your Own Ribbon And Tabs
Adding Further Commands To A Custom Ribbon

Custom Access Web Apps
What Do I Need To Make Custom Web Apps?
Creating A New Custom Web App
Adding And Editing Tables
Editing The Default View Forms
Creating New View Forms
Queries In A Custom Web App
Clever Action Buttons

Access With External Applications
Using Excel As Table Data
Access Data In Excel Pivot Tables
Mail Merging In Word Using Access Data
Linking To SQL Server Tables

Course Wrap-Up
  • Tutor: Guy Vaccaro
  • Duration: 20 hours
  • Video lessons: 203
  • Product code: 01871
  • In stock: YES
  • Available on: DVD & Download
  • Work files included: YES
  • Works on: MS Windows PC & Mac
  • Date Released: 27th November 2013
In this training bundle, expert author Guy Vaccaro will help you master the tools and techniques within Access 2013.

You will start by learning the basics of a database and how to go about creating one. You will cover topics such as how to create a table, build queries, and customize your reports. Guy will also take you through the process of creating your own custom web app. The advanced training will take you beyond the basics of Microsoft Access 2013. This video tutorial will teach you topics such as advanced form design and reporting, how to create and use a Macro, and creating advanced queries.

By the conclusion of this computer based training course, you will have gained the skills needed to create, manage, and display your Microsoft Access 2013 data. Working files are included, allowing you to follow along with the author throughout the lessons.
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