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Access Made Easy: Data Import and Queries for Beginners


Last updated on January 19, 2023 12:08 pm


What you’ll learn

  • Retrieve data from a database by using MS Access Queries
  • Learn about MS Access unique Primary Keys and Auto-Numbers
  • Copy or Import Data from MS Excel to MS Access
  • Create user interfaces and menus with MS Access Forms
  • Parameter Queries with MS Access

This MS Access Course is designed to introduce you quickly and easily to the most powerful aspects of MS Access.

This, (the most powerful aspects of MS Access), is the ease with which you can draft powerful MS Access Database Queries to access data subsets contained in your large data tables. Queries are used to retrieve and find specific records and trends from your MS Access data tables. MS Access provides a graphical user interface, so that you can drag and drop to create a query. It also draws an ERD (Entity Relationship Diagram) of your tables, so that you get a visual idea of how tables inter-relate. This is a tremendous help when it comes to creating new queries.

You will also learn how to import data from Excel or other datasets. You will learn about primary keys and auto-numbers.

MS Access is excellent for small business who would like to easily manage their data. Also, it is excellent for large corporates with big data to allow all users companywide to retrieve data without in-depth SQL development skills.

MS Access will also help new data-analysts to understand data terminology and concepts, to enter the data industry with ease.

Being a MicroSoft product, most likely, you are already paying for it, with your MicroSoft licence. Why not use it?

We hope that you will enjoy learning new Access Database skills.

Who this course is for:

  • This is a MS Access beginners course, basics are made easy. The course is for you if you want to learn the basics as quickly as possible. Short sessions let you view particular topics in isolation.


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