As a beginner, do you want to learn about MS Access? Are you interested to know its various function and use? Do you want to be an expert in this field? If so, take a look at our MS Access 2016 Introduction course. It will assist you in understanding all you need to learn about this course.
The course designs for the fresher who have a little or no basic knowledge of MS Access. It teaches you how to create, open, and save an Access database. It will acquaint you with the necessary equipment such as ribbons and toolbar so that you can get access it flexibly to create a table, and store data smoothly. It introduces you to numeric and index field with plenty of practical exercises so that you can learn the basics of MS Access 2016 effectively.
Benefits you will get?
Affordable, engaging & premium-quality e-learning study materials
Assessment through Tests and Quizzes and instant result
Access to course content on mobile, tablet or desktop from anywhere anytime
Personalized learning – Learn at your own pace, time and place
A vast array of fascinating subjects
Regularly updated contents
Dedicated support team working 24/7
Anyone with any academic background can enroll into this course.
A device with an active internet connection
We assess our learners through quizzes or multiple choice test. This test will be assessed automatically and immediately to give you an instant result.
The PDF copy of Certificate of Completion can be claimed at the free of cost. If you need a hardcopy of this certificate, you have to pay an additional payment. The time for PDF certificate turnaround is 24 hours, and for the hardcopy, it is 3-7 working days.
What is a Database?
Understanding Database terminology
Navigating the Access Interface
What is a flat file database
What is a relational database
Reviewing the Access Ribbon
Working with Data
Working with Tables
Adding New Records
Creating Databases and Objects
Understanding Database and Table Design Principles
Using Table Data Sheet View
Working with Field Data Types
Using Table Design View
Using Calculated Fields
Using the Lookup Wizard
Working with Queries
What are Queries
Creating Simple Queries
Understanding the Dynaset
Entering Criteria: Exact Match and Range Operators