Intermediate Skills in Microsoft Access 2010 (E-Learning)

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Length:1.00 hours - Excluding labs and assessments
Published:Jun 22, 2010
Audiences:Information Worker
Technology:Microsoft Office 2010 suites
Delivery method:Self-pace Course

Course Contents: 

This one-hour online course explains how to create, modify, and locate information in a Microsoft Access 2010 database.

Topics covered in this course include:
Creating a Table
Defining a Primary Key
Creating Datasheet Relationships
Using Lookup Fields
Compacting a Database
Creating a Complex Query
Creating and Editing a Query in SQL View
Creating Pivot Objects


Modify a database Create complex queries to extract and process specific information.


Learners taking this course must have either used Microsoft Office Access 2003 or Microsoft Office Access 2007. Learners who are familiar with previous versions of Access or are migrating from other database applications must complete Course 10382AE: Beginner Skills in Microsoft® Access® 2010 before taking this course.

For more information on Intermediate Skills in Microsoft Access 2010 (E-Learning) please feel free to contact us online or call us at 416-513-1535.