|ACCESS 2000 - LEVEL 1
||1 Day - 8 Hour Class Session
||Students will learn the basic skills
necessary to begin using Access 2000. They will design and create databases, tables,
queries, forms, and reports
||Introduction to Personal Computers
Window 2000 Introduction or Windows
Word 2000 Level 1
Word 2000 Level 2
Word 2000 Level 3
Excel 2000 Level 1
Excel 2000 Level 2
Excel 2000 Level 3
||Instructor-Led, Group Paced, Classroom-Delivery Learning
Model with Structured Hands-On Activities
||Students will learn how to create and use
database objects, including tables, queries, forms, and reports
||Students enrolling in this course should
understand the basic concepts involved in working with a personal computer. For example,
students should be familiar with terms such as computer memory, data files, and program
files. Students should also be familiar with the components that make up the PC, including
input, output, and storage devices. Students should also be fairly comfortable working in
a Windows environment. No prior knowledge of databases or Access is assumed.
||Access 2000: Level 2
Students will learn how to enhance their database designs by using the
principles of normalization and table relationships. Students also learn how to query
multiple tables for data that is used in customized forms and reports.
Access 2000: Level 3 Advanced
In this course, students learn to create advanced queries, create more efficient forms and
reports and work with macros.
Access 2000: Level 4- Introduction to Application Design
Students learn to create custom applications
students to create custom applications.
database concepts and terminology in Access 2000.
Design and create tables.
Enter and manipulate data in tables.
Use Access queries to select and analyze information in a table.
Create data forms for viewing and inputting data.
Create reports that summarize and group data.
Perform database maintenance procedures.
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