A first look at using Access for data entry, using a database system that is already set up. You will gain confidence moving around a database and working on simple data. ** Note ** If you need to design or build your own new database or re-structure an existing one, do not attend this course.
|Intended audience||Those who need to work on data entry in a database system which has already been set up, for adding, editing and reviewing data|
|Prior knowledge||You will need to be familiar with Windows, but no knowledge of Access or databases is expected|
|Resources||A course book will be loaned to you during the session|
|Software||Microsoft Access 2010|
|Format||Presentation with practical exercises|
|Further information||** Note ** If you need to design your own database, build a new system or re-structure an existing one, do not attend this course. Go instead to the course “Database: Concepts of database design” which leads to the series on building a database.|
|Where next?||Databases: Concepts of database design and Access: Building a database|
|7th week||Tuesday 10 June||09:15-12:15||1||0.00||IT Services, 13 Banbury Road||Booking opens May 11th 2014||Email me when booking opens|
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