Starting with a set of related tables (previously built), you use wizards to create the tools that make the database usable and interesting: queries to interrogate the data and set criteria, forms where human users can work safely on the data and reports to help you draw conclusions from it.
|Intended audience||Those who have designed and built a database structure, and now need forms, queries and reports to make the database usable|
|Prior knowledge||We assume that you have already designed and built your Access database with tables and relationships (as covered in Access: Building a database)|
|Resources||A course book must be purchased when you attend the course (included in the Cost below)|
|Software||Microsoft Access 2010|
|Format||Presentation with practical exercises|
|Further information||Using Access 2003 or 2007? See our Microsoft Office page|
|Where next?||Access: Designing forms and reports and Access: Analysing data|
Frequency: Every term. Express an interest in future dates for this course.