Duration: 1 day plus optional one day workshop
This beginners Access course is designed for users who would like to understand the processes involved in setting up a simple database from scratch and learn the core skills of good database design.
You will learn how to create tables (for your data), build queries (to filter, consolidate or manipulate the data), design forms (for data entry) and organise reports (to print info in a presentable way).
On the second day (which is optional) we'll workshop with you to build the framework of your own database. Bring along all your ideas, existing paper forms, spreadsheets and a list of requirements for your new database and together we'll produce a database design (one that will hold up over time) and you'll walk away with all the fundamental elements of your database in place.
All that's left for you to do over the following days and weeks is add some flesh to your skeleton by populating your database tables with some data etc.
This course is not recommended for new computer users. Participants should have some experience with the other Microsoft applications such as Excel and Word.
Participants need not have any prior knowledge of database concepts.
Access 2016, Access 2013, Access 2010
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