Course Details and Schedule

Building more complex forms and reports in a relational database. Based on tables built previously, create useful forms with special controls to help users work on the data efficiently, and on related data in several tables. Design reports with special features to help you interpret the data.

See below for course schedule

Key topics
  • Building a form or a report starting from a blank
  • Adding and manipulating graphic objects
  • Creating text boxes and special types of control
  • Setting the formats and properties of a control
  • Subforms and subreports, for working on data from related tables
  • Layout of forms and reports in sections
  • Tabbed pages
  • Building a navigation form
Course information
Intended audience Those who are building a database application, having already designed and built the tables and structure
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 and Access: Creating queries, forms and reports)
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: Analysing data
Taught using:
Windows XP

Course provider: IT Learning Programme


Frequency: Every term. Express an interest in future dates for this course.