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  • Length: 1 day(s)

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Access 2010 Essentials Course: Introduction

One of several courses we offer on Access, which is a database program. It is a practical course and all materials needed by students will be provided.

Access 2010 Essentials Course :Course Outline

This is the first of three workshops on Microsoft Access 2010; this workshop entails the essential knowledge beginner users of the program need to have to use it effectively. We suggest that participants attend all three workshops, essentials, advanced and expert. The 2010 version of Access uses a new ribbon interface instead of drop down menus we saw in earlier versions. Participants will learn how to use the basic features of the program and as this is a practical workshop, participants will get the chance to try out what they learn on a computer. We will give attendees a pre-assignment review which is used to determine which features of Access are already being used and which features they want or need to improve. Access is one of the world’s most commonly used database software programs. You can use a ready-made template or a blank database to create and manage databases. Templates are especially useful if you don’t want to create a new database from scratch and are user friendly, allowing the user to add and remove anything from objects to fields to columns. There are many templates to choose from and there is probably a template already available for the type of projects learners may want to do. Some of the objectives of the Access Essentials workshop is to get participants to become familiar and comfortable using the most commonly used features of Access and to use new features to manage databases, such as: Understanding the Backstage view Using the Navigation pane To create reports using the Wizard To create queries using the Wizard TIP: Some of the content in Access 2010 databases is disabled until you enable the content or open the content from a trusted location. To change the data type in a field: Select the field by clicking on it once, click the datasheet tab on the ribbon and click the Data Type List arrow in the Data Type and Formatting group, then select the data type you want to change to. As with all other Microsoft™ Office programs, the menus and the plethora of toolbars have been replaced with a user interactive ribbon. More accurately – ribbons. Depending on what the user wants to view or the type of task the user wants to perform – a different ribbon displays at the top each time. Each tab of the ribbon contains menus for each task or object. To display different ribbons simply click on the tab on top. Menus and Tasks are grouped together according to their function. In addition to the ribbon there are to new buttons on the interface, the office button which is the Microsoft™ logo and the Quick Access toolbar, right next to the office button. Understanding data types: Text – Store and save text, numbers or a combination of both. Memo – Stores long entries – up to thirty pages long. Numbers – Stores numbers that can be used in calculations. Date/Time – You can save the date and time and you can edit it later. Currency – Stores symbols representing different currencies. Auto-Number: Automatically continues the number series you started for new records.OLE Objects – Are objects created in other programs which you can save in Access.

1. Introduction to Microsoft Visio 2010
Navigating in Visio
Manipulating objects
Using windows and stencils

2. Drawing Tools
Shapes and lines
Connecting Lines
Editing objects

3. Diagrams for Beginners
Planning a diagram
Creating a Diagram
Working with text
Organisation Charts

4. Formatting for Drawings
Formatting text
Formatting text blocks
Formatting shapes and lines

5. Background Pages
Creating and Positioning a Drawing
Background Pages
Printing Diagrams

6. Brainstorming and Network Diagrams
Network diagrams
Rack diagrams
Brainstorming diagrams

7. Advanced Features
Advanced Layout and Connection
Customising Properties

Access 2010 Essentials Course: Course Duration

1 day/s

Who should attend: Access 2010 Essentials Course

This course is intended for novice users of Microsoft Access.

**Quote does not include Any Exam Fees (if applicable)

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