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Tue 9 May 2017
09:30 - 13:00
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Provided by: University Information Services - Digital Literacy Skills


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Access 2016: Fast Track Introduction
BeginnersPrerequisitesUpdated

Tue 9 May 2017

Description

This is a fast paced and shortened version of the 2-session Access 2016: Creating a Simple Database course and thus is more suitable for those who are quick learners. This course will be taught using Access 2016 on PCs (Windows 7).

Target audience
  • All current University members (departments and colleges)
  • Further details regarding eligibility criteria are available
Prerequisites

While this course is aimed at those who have not used the application before, participants are expected to have solid computing skills. If you prefer a slower paced introduction please see Access 2016: Creating a Simple Database

Sessions

Number of sessions: 2

# Date Time Venue Trainers
1 Tue 9 May 2017   09:30 - 13:00 09:30 - 13:00 University Information Services, Roger Needham Building, Ely Training Room 1 map Lynn Foot,  Lynda Stratford
2 Tue 9 May 2017   09:30 - 13:00 09:30 - 13:00 University Information Services, Roger Needham Building, Ely Training Room 2 map Lynn Foot,  Lynda Stratford
Topics covered
  • Creating a database
  • Creating a table
  • Creating basic form
  • Creating queries
  • Creating a basic report
  • Importing information
Format

Presentations, demonstrations and practicals.

Taught using

Access 2016 on MCS Windows

Notes
  • Full course notes will be provided allowing course attenders to complete the exercises after the course if so required.
  • Please bring a memory stick if you wish to take away the exercise files; alternatively they can be downloaded
Duration

One half day session

Related courses
Theme
Databases

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