About This Course

Access has been around for over two decades and it’s not going anywhere due to its ability to be ‘up and running’ very quickly!

Sure, big companies like big databases that serve the company needs on an enterprise level, but the value of Access is about what can be done at a local level, in small teams and on smaller or temporary projects.

For example, if you are working in a small company and you want to be able to manage your data whether that be some kind of sales data, expenses, marketing information or project focus data and you need to get up and running quickly with a database to handle it well, Access is definitely the tool for you.

You can be up and running in an afternoon with no need to get IT permissions or ask for a big budget! That’s why Access is known as a self-serving or end-user tool.

Given that is how Access is now used, we have built a course with exactly that in mind, to teach you how to use Access for it to be a great end-user tool that you can get up and running quickly but also give your Database more advanced capability if you wish to.

In order to build the right course for you, we worked with Guy Vaccaro, who has been building Databases, including Access Databases for over two decades. Rather than build an unnecessarily long training, Guy has condensed his two decades of mastery in under 6.5 very focused hours, not learning unnecessary functionality so you can get up and running and maintaining your database in a very quick time frame!

What you will learn:

  • Access Fundamentals: Creating Tables, Understanding the Primary Key and Data Types
  • How to Query your Database: Select queries, filtering, sorting and queries that change data
  • Relational Databases: Why and how we create links between tables
  • All about Forms: Interfacing with our Databases, create forms with and without the wizard, creating subforms to create sophisticated data capture and using split forms
  • Reporting with ease: Using the Wizard to build a report or building a more bespoke report and adding special fields
  • Data lifecycle: Exporting Data to Excel, Word or PDF. Importing Data from a variety of sources including a mail merge set up between Access and Word
  • VBA and Macros in Access: Using buttons to carry out advanced functions, conditional outputs, use VBA to connect to SQL Server and much more.

What are the requirements?

  • A copy of Microsoft Access. This course has been built in Access 2019/365 but works on most other versions (2007,2010,2013, 2016).

Who is this course suitable for?

  • Anyone who needs to create and maintain a Database for a small team/project. You could be an Analyst, Accountant, Management Consultant, Project Manager, Office Manager, EA,VA, PA etc

Our Promise to You

By the end of this course, you will have learned database management using Microsoft Access.

30 Day Money Back Guarantee. If you are unsatisfied for any reason, simply contact us and we’ll give you a full refund. No questions asked.

Get started today and learn more about Microsoft Access.

Course Curriculum

Section 1 - Download Files
Adventure Works 00:00:00
Country 00:00:00
Credit Card 00:00:00
Product 00:00:00
SQL Attach Function 00:00:00
Section 2 - Creating Tables
Creating And Saving A Table In Design Mode 00:00:00
The Primary Key 00:00:00
Important Field Properties 00:00:00
Section 3 - Creating Queries
The Select Query 00:00:00
Filtering And Sorting Records Using Numeric And Date Fields 00:00:00
Filtering And Sorting Records Using Text Fields And Wildcards 00:00:00
Adding A Calculated Field To A Query 00:00:00
Section 4 - Action Queries
Queries That Change Data 00:00:00
Adding Pop Up Parameters To Queries 00:00:00
Section 5 - Linking Tables
Two Reasons For A Relational Database 00:00:00
Creating Links Between Tables 00:00:00
Multiple Table Queries 00:00:00
Section 6 - Creating Forms
Creating A Form Using The Wizard 00:00:00
Creating And Editing A Form WITHOUT The Wizard 00:00:00
The Clever ComboBox Record Finder 00:00:00
Section 7 - Creating SubForms
Forms Within Forms In A Relational Database 00:00:00
SubForms Based On Query Data 00:00:00
Section 8 - Creating Splitforms
Use Of The SplitForm Feature 00:00:00
Section 9 - Creating Reports
Create A Report With The Wizard 00:00:00
Create A Report From Scratch And Add Special Fields 00:00:00
Grouping With Reports 00:00:00
Section 10 - Exporting Data
Export Data Into Excel 00:00:00
Export A Report To Word Or PDF 00:00:00
Section 11 - Importing Data
Import From Excel 00:00:00
Use Of Paste Append 00:00:00
Import An Access Table From Another Database 00:00:00
Create A Mail Merge In Word Using Data From Access 00:00:00
Mail Merging In Word Using Data From Excel 00:00:00
Section 12 - Building VBA/Macros
Introduction To Access Macros 00:00:00
Introduction To Events In Access Using VBA 00:00:00
Create A Form With Buttons To Open/Close Other Objects 00:00:00
Refresh The Data In One Combo Box When Another Combo Box Is Changed 00:00:00
Decide On A Course Of Action Based On User Input 00:00:00
Using VBA To Connect Access To A SQL Server Backend Database 00:00:00
The Special AUTOEXEC Macro 00:00:00
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