Access 2010: Transition from Access 2003
This course is designed for experienced Access users who have worked with the earlier versions of Microsoft Access, ideally Microsoft Access 2003, and who have or are planning to upgrade to Microsoft Access 2010.
Students enrolling in this course should have worked on Access 2003 or earlier, and be familiar with the Internet. This course covers the commonly used new features for a typical user.
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
- Identify the components of the Microsoft Office Access 2010 interface.
- Build tables and forms and also work with macros.
- Create queries and reports.
- Work with external data.
- Build a database for the web.
LESSON 1: IDENTIFYING THE COMPONENTS OF THE ACCESS 2010 ENVIRONMENT
Topic 1A: Explore the User Interface
Topic 1B: Access Commands on the Ribbon Tabs
Topic 1C: Access the Contextual Tabs
Topic 1D: Customize the Access Environment
LESSON 2: BUILDING TABLES AND FORMS
Topic 2A: Create a Table
Topic 2B: Build Forms from Existing Table Data
Topic 2C: Design a Form
Topic 2D: Work with Macros
LESSON 3: CREATING QUERIES AND REPORTS
Topic 3A: Query a Database
Topic 3B: Generate Reports
Topic 3C: Format a Report
LESSON 4: WORKING WITH EXTERNAL DATA
Topic 4A: Import Data
Topic 4B: Export Data to Other Applications
LESSON 5: BUILDING A DATABASE FOR THE WEB
Topic 5A: Create Tables and Forms in a Web Database
Topic 5B: Create Queries and Reports in a Web Database
Topic 5C: Prepare to Publish a Database to Access Services
Appendix A: New Features in Microsoft Office Access 2010
Appendix B: Enhanced File and Compatibility Features in Access
Appendix C: Publish a Database to Access Services