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Access 2010 Beginner 1
By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on Facebook Richard Rost on Twitter Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   9 years ago

If you are new to Microsoft Access 2010, this video tutorial will teach you all of the basics of how to build a Microsoft Access database. You will learn:

- Database Terminology & Benefits
- Planning Your Database
- The Access Interface & Ribbon
- Building a Customer Table
- Entering and Editing Data
- Sorting & Filtering Records
- Constructing Customer Queries
- Designing a Customer Form Interface
- Developing Reports & Mailing Labels

Click here for more information on Access 2010 Beginner Level 1, including a course outline, sample videos, and more.

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Santa L 
4 years ago
i was pay for MS Access 2013 but i got only MS 2010 only. i have seen youtube MS Access 2013 which was very nice. can you let me access MS Access 2013?

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with access when entering a street address vs PO Link 
Richard Werbelow 
4 years ago
with access, when entering a street address vs PO Box, how do you make a field for either. I suppose we could just enter "PO Box" in street # field??

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This depends how you are storing your Addresses in your Table, you could make a Field multi use and just switch a label on a Form, then search in that Field Read More...
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In planning my database I have clients where there Link 
Sherrie Branson 
5 years ago
In planning my database I have clients where there might be multiple providers caring for them, as well as other multiple parties that might be providing input that are not related to the providers.  Am I correct that I would create at least three tables in this scenario?  One for clients; one for providers; and one for non-provider entities.  I would also like to track provider expenses for each client. Is this yet another table?  Thank you! Read More...
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MARTIN Waples 
5 years ago
Just for the record I used your tip for shift f2 button and it controls my screen brightness, I looked for away to turn that function off any suggestions. Although I will never use the notes box in datasheet view just wanted to learn the shortcuts while doing the exercise to become aware Read More...
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