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A great overview for new users to Access as wells as for users migrating from the earlier versions of Microsoft Access (2003, XP, 2000, 97!).
This video tutorial makes it look easy to create and manage an Access database because it really is easy to do so!
This quick guide can also apply to the later version of Microsoft Access (2010) though the ‘Office‘ button has now been replaced with a ‘File‘ tab taking you to the ‘Backstage‘ environment.
You will need to get up to speed on how to build more in depth tables, queries, forms and reports as well as understand database terminology and methodologies including how relational databases work (rdbms).
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“Ready to consider upgrading to Microsoft Access 2010 or Microsoft Access 2007?…It may well be worth it!…”
If you have been using Microsoft Access 2007 for a while now, moving to Access 2010 will be seamless and all you need to do is understand what new features have been introduced and what it has also replaced (where applicable).
However, a lot more users haven’t yet upgraded to Microsoft Access 2007 and are still using Access 2003 (or even an earlier version). So I’ve decided to include and combine the latest two versions and their new features to help with the transition and migration.
I will clearly point out where a feature is exclusive to either version so that you have the heads up and understanding of what you will expect to see and more importantly how to access the feature due to new GUI (graphical user interface).
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