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Course Access 2010: Advanced [WDRS0125/CR/01]
Prerequisites Windows: Introduction and Access: Introduction & Intermediate or equivalent knowledge.
Prerequisite Course
Requal. Interval One Time Only
Contact Barbara Brooks
Reference Material
Target Audience Those with responsibilities such as working with heavily related tables; creating advanced queries, forms, and reports; writing macros to automate common tasks; and performing general database maintenance.
Objective Analyze tables, create a junction table, and improve table structure. Create subqueries, create unmatched and duplicate queries, group and summarize records using criteria, summarize data using a crosstab query, and create a PivotTable and a PivotChart. Create and attach a Macro, restrict records using a condition, validate data using a Macro, and automate data entry using a Macro. Display a calendar on a form, organize information with Tab pages and display a summary of data in a Form. Include a chart in a report, print data in columns, and create a report snapshot. Link tables to external data sources, determine object dependency, document a database and analyze the performance of a database.
Course Content * Structuring Existing Data
* Writing Advanced Queries
* Simplifying Tasks with Macros
* Making Effective Use of Forms
* Maintaining an Access Database
Course Content
Instructor's Comments If you withdraw from the class 10 business days or fewer before it begins and do not find a replacement, you will be charged the full fee.

Class Schedule

Class Code 83355 -- Online enrollment is restricted to on-site access or authenticated users.  If you have an account LOGIN now.  Or you may CREATE AN ACCOUNT if you have a valid FNAL email address registered in the FNAL telephone directory.  Otherwise, contact the instructor or course contact to enroll.
Wednesday11/12/201408:30 AM -- 04:30 PM
Instructor: D.C.G.
Where Training Center, Rd. A-1, Computer Training Room
Fee 275.00
Attendees 5/16