Access 2016

Platform: PC

Microsoft® Office® has taken Access® to a whole new level with version 2016. You no longer need to be a topnotch database developer to produce what you need. Regular users can now work with templates that allow them to create custom applications for the Internet, maintain student contact lists, or even manage projects. One of Microsoft's main goals in developing Access 2016 was to simplify the browser-based application creation process for users. You can run Access 2016 if it's been installed on your computer as part of the Office 2016 package, or you can run it from the cloud as part of OneDrive®. You still have the flexibility of designing your own database from scratch if you wish, or you can work with the collection of templates that are available to use as a starting point. In this online training series, you'll see how to do both. We will also check out the new features added, such as new improved templates, a help search box, and linked data Excel® sheet.

You'll learn about:

  • What's new
  • Interface basics
  • Content security
  • Creating a database
  • Creating and working with tables
  • Creating forms
  • Creating queries
  • Running reports

Tutorial series by Kenneth Gammell

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