Microsoft Access for Business- Creating a database

02/28/2011
6:00 pm
Simsbury Public Library HFPG TLC Room

Access is a database program that lets you store a large number of data and then present it in a variety of ways. Examples of databases are inventories, customers, suppliers, patients. You can collect information through forms or import data from external applications. You can create forms to enter or display the information, create and edit detailed reports that display sorted, filtered, and grouped information in a way that helps you make sense of the data for informed decision-making. In this first class you will learn the basics of creating a database and creating relationships among tables. You will also learn about some prebuilt applications that you can modify or adapt to changing business needs. We will be using Microsoft Access 2007. Requirements: basic Windows and Word processing skills. Free and open to the public but space is limited to 20 seats; you must pre-register at 860-658-7663 or www.simsburylibrary.info/busiprograms.htm.

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