Microsoft Access 2010: Getting Started with Access Databases
- Course Format
Video On Demand
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- Training Time ?
- 79 to 86 minutes
- Video Format
- High Definition
- Required Plugins
- Number of Lessons
- Quiz Questions
- Question Feedback
- Wrong Answer Remediation
- Lesson Bookmarking
- Interactive Producer
- Mastery Training Content Network
- Original Content Producer
- Sonic Performance Support GmbH
New users can learn the basics of Access 2010 with this online training video. Viewers learn about the sections of the application’s window, the ribbon bar and how to use it, and how to open and close a database, as well as the program. This Video On Demand discusses the quick access toolbar and how to customize it, the navigation pane, icons used to represents content within the database, and how to determine which tab within the program is active. Getting help in Access is also explored. Viewers learn about how to change the navigation pane view, search and filter for information. Learners are exposed to the navigation pane theory and relationships theory, which is crucial to a relational database.
Presented in easy-to-understand segments, this video training can be paused and reversed to allow the viewer to review any content for clarification. The video explains the differences between the Windows XP user interface and the newer versions of Windows that often confuse transitional users. A quiz follows to ensure the viewer has grasped the basics.
This video is a must-see for beginning Access users as well as for those migrating from a different Access version or Windows operating system.
This course is in the Video On Demand format, to read about Video On Demand features click here.
- Install on any SCORM LMS
- Full-screen video presentation
- Print certificate and wallet card
- You have 60 days to complete the course
New Microsoft Access users
- Getting Started with Access 2010
- The Application Window
- The Ribbon
- Opening and Closing Access
- Opening and Closing a Database
- The Quick Access Toolbar
- Access Help
- The Navigation Pane
- Changing the Navigation Pane View
- The Navigation Pane Theory
- Relationships Theory