Microsoft Access 2013: Working With Information in Your Database
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This one-day session offers training on extracting subsets of information from a single table or from a set of related tables held in a database.
This session only covers one stage of database use: extracting information from existing tables. If you are looking for a comprehensive Microsoft Access training course, our three-day Microsoft Access: Comprehensive course may be more appropriate for you.
About the course
This one-day course follows on from the Microsoft Access: Designing and Creating Your Database course. You will learn:
- how information stored in a table, or a set of related tables, can be filtered
- how queries can be constructed and used to extract relevant records of information
- how to summarise information held in database tables.
The course covers:
- designing and creating filters and queries to extract subsets of data and summary information from one or more tables
- performing calculations and automated updates to information.
- You must be familiar with the Microsoft Access interface and have an understanding of how information is stored in tables.
- To get the most out of this course you should also have practical experience of creating related database tables.
- It is advisable to attend the Microsoft Access: Designing and Creating Your Database course prior to booking onto this course.
£125 (plus VAT) for non-profit making organisations eg other universities, charities, and government bodies, including Cardiff and Vale University Health Board.
£150 (plus VAT) for commercial organisations.
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