Learning Microsoft Access 2002

Learning Microsoft Access 2002

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For course in Access. Designed for students at a variety of skill levels, this manual provides students with a total-immersion, hands-on tutorial that walks them step by step, mouse-click by mouse-click, keystroke by keystroke through the various features of Access. The well-illustrated, spiral-bound manual contains easy-to-read, appealingly formatted procedural explanations and step-by-step exercises in a multi-part Lesson format.show more

Product details

  • Mixed media product | 401 pages
  • 226.1 x 271.8 x 15.2mm | 884.52g
  • Pearson Education (US)
  • Prentice Hall
  • Upper Saddle River, United States
  • English
  • 1585771392
  • 9781585771394

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Learning Microsoft(R) Windows XP(R) "through Applications & Exercises"Each lesson contains short exercises designed for using Access 2002 in real-life business settings.Exercises include key terms, concise notes, conceptual descriptions of Access features, and hands-on mouse and keystroke procedures.Exercise Directions offer step-by-step instructions to put the students' skills to work."From Beginner to Expert--The Skills You Need in the Workplace"Before getting started with Access, it is essential that the student conceptually understands what a database is and how it can be used. In Database Basics, the first exercise of Learning Access 2002, the groundwork is set.After the basics are introduced, students immediately begin planning and creating database files.Students will create forms, learn how to search and sort a database, query a database, create reports, and more.Mastering database skills is an asset in the workplace as well as a practical tool for home and personal use."Learn by Doing; Not Reading""Learning Access 2002" launches the students into the workplace setting. Each exercise begins "On the Job" with a brief description of how you would use the features of that exercise in the office.Each exercise ends "On Your Own, " an additional critical-thinking exercise where students apply newly learned skills to create their own documents using their own information."Bonus Items on the CD-ROM""Data Files" - Students do less typing and more application. "Computer Literacy Basics" - Computer Literacy bonus exercises cover computers, computer care, and computer history. "We'll Teach You"Database Basics - Objects - Wizards - Tables - Forms Searches & Queries - Filters - Fields - Sorts - Wildcards Reports - Design View - Statistics - Enhancing Output .".. and more"show more

Table of contents

Introduction. Microsoft Office User Specialist (MOUS). Index of MOUS Objectives. Directory of Data Files on CD. Lesson 1: Getting Started with Access (Exercise 1-6). Lesson 2: Working with Tables and Datasheets (Exercises 7-10). Lesson 3: Simplifying Data Entry with Lookups and Forms (Exercises 11-16). Lesson 4: Find Information in a Database (Exercises 17-25). Lesson 5: Display Information with Reports (Exercises 26-32). Lesson 6: Integrate Access with Other Programs (Exercises 33-40). Lesson 7: Advanced Table and Form Design (Exercises 41-47). Lesson 8: Working with Advanced Queries (Exercises 48-53). Lesson 9: Advanced Calculations (Exercises 54-59). Lesson 10: Automating Access (Exercises 60-69). Index.show more