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Do you want to know how to use Microsoft Access 2013 to store and manipulate data? Our Microsoft Access 2013 Basic training is an entry-level course designed to introduce you to databases and their uses. Whether you operate a small administrative Access database in your office, or you are planning to move into an enterprise database career, Microsoft Access 2013 Basic is a great place to start.
TrainACE's uniquely hands-on approach to training will ensure you understand the practical application of the skills you learn as well as the technical knowledge of how databases work.
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Why Take Microsoft Access 2013 Basic training in Maryland?
This Instructor-Led Training (ILT) Series course covers the basic skills and concepts students need in order to use Microsoft Access 2013 productively and efficiently.
After an introduction to the Access 2013 environment, students will learn how to plan databases and create tables. Then they will learn to organize fields and records and to work with data entry rules. They will learn how to create basic queries, and how to work with forms and reports.
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What you need to know before taking Microsoft Access 2013 Basic training
This is an entry-level course and is suitable for anyone who wishes to learn database basics. Access 2013 is a very visual and easy-to-use tool that is great for anyone looking to move into database administration in the long term.
Exam and Certification Requirements:
Microsoft Access 2013 Basic is one of several MS Office classes that will prepare you for the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification.
What You Will Learn in Microsoft Access 2013 Basic training
Unit 1: Getting started
- Topic A: Database Concepts
- Topic B: Exploring the Access environment
Unit 2: Databases and tables
- Topic A: Planning and designing databases
- Topic B: Exploring tables
- Topic C: Creating tables
Unit 3: Fields and records
- Topic A: Changing the design of a table
- Topic B: Finding and editing records
- Topic C: Organizing records
Unit 4: Data Entry rules
- Topic A: Setting field properties
- Topic B: Working with input masks
- Topic C: Setting validation rules
Unit 5: Basic queries
- Topic A: Creating and using queries
- Topic B: Modifying query results and queries
- Topic C: Performing operations in queries
Unit 6: Using forms
- Topic A: Creating forms
- Topic B: Using Design view
- Topic C: Sorting and filtering records
Unit 7: Working with reports
- Topic A: Creating reports
- Topic B: Modifying and printing reports