Access Course


Access Course

Access is a database that can be used as a middleman to refine your data, you may have tried with Excel but it’s not relational or you might like to take advantage of the full capabilities of Access and create a database for data entry and reporting. To create or understand an Access database all you need is two full days of training.

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Duration: 2 Day (8:30 am – 3:30 pm)

Objective: To gain an understanding of the potential of Access. Be able to create basic Database with Tables, Forms, Queries and Reports.

Essential: Have Mouse Skills, an awareness of keys on keyboard e.g.: Shift, space bar, and Enter key.

Learning Outcomes: By the end of the training session you will be able to create a basic database with a linked Tables, Forms, Queries and Reports.


Module 1 Getting Started: Opening an Existing Access Database and become orientated with the objects (Tables, Forms, Queries, Reports). View each object in Design view. Navigation Pane. Switch between design mode and view modes.

Module 2 Database Design: Understand how the Access Objects link together, Talk about the structure, Fields, Naming Conventions, Database Relationship window.

Module 3 Creating Tables: Create a Table using Design, set primary key, set field data types and field properties. Create a lookup field. Modify existing tables, Delete Tables, Format Tables/fields, Set data validation rules

Module 4 Working with a Table: Enter data, find records, use the Sort and Filter,  Import records from Excel to Access. Hide Columns. Freeze columns, move columns, Show Sub datasheet.

Module 5 Creating Forms: Use Form Wizard, Use Design Form, Create a split Form, Creating a sub form, entering records from a Form, Creating a Drop Down field. Looking a Field Properties. Enter data in a Form, Sort and Filter, Moving/ add and delete fields. Calculated field

Module 6 Creating Select Queries: Adding tables to Queries, Using wild card characters, and – or – is Null criteria. Using > < >= <= = , linking tables, Calculated fields.

Module 7 Creating Reports: Create a Report Wizard, Design Report, Headers/ Footers, Group Headers/ Footers, Calculated field. Print a PDF report.

Module 8 Creating basic Macros: Create a macro button on a form, create a macro to navigate to an object ( Form, Query, Report) and Print.



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