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Access 2010: Part I

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Access 2010 is a powerful Database application that allows users to produce tables, forms, queries and reports within a database it can also contain calculations, graphs, pictures and files.
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Access 2010 is a powerful Database application that allows users to produce tables, forms, queries and reports within a database it can also contain calculations, graphs, pictures and files. This ebook is the first part of a series of four ebooks which will learn you how to use Access. In this part you can read about the basics to help you understand Access better.

The primary function of Microsoft Office Access 2010 is an information management program. Information is stored in separate lists called tables, and information in one table may relate to information in one or more other tables. These groups of information, when considered together as a whole, become a database.

Access is designed to use the data in these databases to extract the information relevant to your situation. Access can also generate reports (such as quarterly sales by each employee) based on the data contained in the database. The Office 2010 package also features a lot of interconnectivity between the various programs, including a newly designed SharePoint service that lets users in your organization connect and share information using a special data centre via the Internet.

On installation of Access, the installation of sample databases like Northwind is an option.

  1. Section 1 The Basics
    1. Guide Information
    2. The Access Screen
    3. Ribbons Explained
    4. About Smart Tags
    5. New Features In Access 2010
    6. Access and Windows
    7. Using the Quick Access Toolbar
  2. Section 2 Understanding Access
    1. What is Micro soft Access?
    2. Using the Getting Started Window
    3. The File Ribbon
    4. Help
    5. The Home Ribbon
    6. Create Ribbon
    7. External Data Ribbon
    8. Viewing Data
    9. Database Tools Ribbon
    10. Using The "database'Tabs
    11. The Trust Center
    12. First Steps 89
  3. Section 3 Saving in Access
    1. Saving in Access
    2. Using AutoRecover
About the Author

Stephen Moffat, The Mouse Training Company

Stephen Moffat has been a teacher in one form or another most of his life.

In 1998 Steve completed his studies and qualified with many training qualifications and started IT training for a little known company in the north of England. Restricted by company politics he quickly went freelance and never looked back. Training Microsoft Applications in the Public and private sector He moved to London and worked for many prestigious firms in the square mile and further afield. Training not only in England but working for international companies based in Europe saw him in several European countries training there.

Writing manuals since the early office versions found him basing his manuals on his classroom and mentoring experience shaping the structure of the manuals he wrote adding many topic hints not found in standard how to manuals.

Fully experienced with all Microsoft Applications Saw his manual writing, expand from the standard Word, Excel and PowerPoint to applications like Project and Visio.