Access 2016 Intermediate
Students will learn how to add controls to forms, set form controls, create subforms, organize information with tab pages, enhance database navigation with forms, format a form, and apply conditional formatting. The focus switches to data validation. Covered here is field validation along with form and record validation.
At the halfway point of this course, the lesson turns to macros and using them to improve user interface design. The Topics covered here are: create a macro, restrict records using a condition, validate data using a macro, automate data entry using a macro, and convert a macro to VBA. Some advanced database management skills come under scrutiny. Topics in this lesson teach students how to: link tables to external data sources, manage a database, determine object dependency, document a database, and analyze the performance of a database. Attendees will split a database for multiple user access, implement security, set passwords, convert an Access database to an ACCDE file, and package a database with a digital signature. The final lesson is all about switchboards. Students are taught how to create a database switchboard, how to modify a database switchboard, and how to set startup options. ####
Lesson 1: Getting Implementing Advanced Form Design
- Topic A: Add Controls to Forms
- Topic B: Set Form Controls
- Topic C: Get Help in Microsoft Access
- Topic D: Organize Information with Tab Pages
- Topic E: Enhance Navigation with Forms
- Topic F: Format a Form
- Topic G: Apply Conditional Formatting
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