Microsoft Access 2010 Interactive Training CD Course


Microsoft Access 2010 Interactive Training CD Course

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Learn Microsoft Access 2010 is easy with step-by-step Training

Microsoft Access is a program that can perform wonders if you know how to work it. With Microsoft Access 2010 training, you can learn the major functions and features of this particular version and how to get the most out of your software investment. 

One of the best ways of learning this complex program is by getting your hands on it and doing the steps yourself. You can accomplish this by using a self-study Microsoft Access training CD. In fact, you don't even need to have a copy of Access installed on you computer. That's because our Access 2010 CBT comes with a simulated environment. You can perform actual steps and techniques from within our training software. 

To get started, simply install the self-study MS Access tutorial CD onto your desktop or notebook computer. You can study when time permits without worrying about attending classes. With computer based training, you get a completely interactive learning experience complete with animations, graphic demonstrations, narration, videos, hands-on exercises, and high-quality curriculums. 

Use the Access 2010 training cbt to learn about creating tables, forms, queries, relationships, reports, and more. Get up to speed by choosing a self-study MS Access 2010 tutorial CD from Amazing eLearning. 

  • Get to know the interface and features of Access 2010.
  • Learn to use Access 2010 so that you can design and create databases, queries, forms and more....
  • Lessons include text, voice, and mouse activities to accommodate the three basic learning styles: reading, hearing, and doing.
  • The best step-by-step tutorial using the latest eLearning technology.
  •  No prior knowledge of using Access is necessary.

Why our amazing elearning technology allows you to learn Access 2010 in a few hours? 

  • Each step comes with voice, text, hightlighted box, and mouse activity.
  • Crystal clear audio delivered by professional narrator.
  • Texts are written and edited by professional editor.
  • Mouse motion to draw your attention.
  • Easy navigation to each topic.
  • Playback controller to move a slide forward, backward and stop.
  • Full-size screen display for maximum viewing (1024 x 768)
  • Side-by-side learning and doing - best for using the Access 2007 and tutorial at the same time.

Table of contents

Lesson 1: Getting Started with Office Access 20010

1.1 Introduction to Microsoft office Access 2010

1.2 Getting Familiar with Access 2010 New Interface

1.3 Viewing a Sample Database

1.4 Creating Databases Using Database Templates

1.5 Creating a Table Using Application Parts

1.6 Creating a Simple Database Using Datasheet Viewe

1.7 Creating a Simple Database in Design View

1.8 Creating Relationship Between Tables

Lesson 2: Design and Creation of a database: student

2.1 Design a database

2.2 Create a sample database: student

2.3 Create datasheet relationships

2.4 Create indexes

2.5 Edit field types

2.6 Edit table structure

Lesson 3: Various Types of Queries

3.1 Introduction to Queries

3.2 Create a Select Query

3.3 Create a Parameter Query

3.4 Create a Cross Tab Query

3.5 Create a Criteria Query

3.6 Perform Calculation using a Query

3.7 Create an Operation Query

3.8 Create an SQL query

Lesson 4: Forms

4.1 Introduction

4.2 Command button used to create forms

4.3 Creating a form using the Form Wizard

4.4 Creating forms using the Form Tool

4.5 Creating a Split Form

4.6 Using Form Design View to create and edit a Form

4.7 Applying Controls in the Form Design View

4.8 Creating Command buttons in the Form Design View

4.9 Creating a Switchboard Form

Lesson 5: Reports

5.1 Introduction

5.2 Using the Report Tool to Create a Report

5.3 Using the Report Wizard to Create a Report

5.4 Using the Label Wizard to Create Labels

5.5 Creating a Report using Design View

5.6 Editing a Report

5.7 Sorting and Grouping in a Report

5.8 Printing reports

Lesson 6: Importing and Exporting Data

6.1 Introduction

6.2 Importing Access files

6.3 Importing Excel files

6.4 Importing text files

6.5 Importing XML files

6.6 Linking to Access files

6.7 Linking to Excel files

6.8 Exporting a table as an Excel worksheet

6.9 Exporting as PDF or other type of file

6.10 Exporting as an Email Attachment

Lesson 7: Use of Macros to automate tasks

7.1 Introduction

7.2 Creating a Simple Macro

7.3 Creating a Macro using 1st method

7.4 Creating a Macro using 2nd method

7.5 Editing a macro

7.6 Creating a Macro Group

7.7 Creating a Conditional Macro

Lesson 8: Use of VBA and Modules

8.1 Introduction to VBA and Modules

8.2 Creating a Class Module

8.3 Creating a Standard Module

8.4 Creating and debugging procedure

8.5 Editing a Module



Total training time: ~12 hours
Content: CD-ROM disc (sealed in a DVD-case) 

System Requirements: 
Platform:  Windows 10,  8, 7, Vista
Processor: Pentium 133 Mhz or higher
Hard drive space: 10MB
CD-ROM Drive speed: 24X


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