Hands-On Microsoft Access 2019 [Video]

By Ben Beitler
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About this video

Microsoft Access 2019 is an information management tool that stores information and, arguably, helps manage data more efficiently than other spreadsheet apps. It is an ideal and particularly useful tool for small-to-medium-sized (SME) businesses.

This will be a practical, beginner-level course with hands-on, real-world examples you can use as models for your own activities. Beginning with a quick introduction to an example Access database, you will cover the core concepts, interface, and terminology you need to get started. You will then master the key components of data query management; forms to help you view, add, edit, and even delete data in a controlled environment. Then, you will publish your data with the help of built-in reporting, and move on to work with RDBMS concepts relating to ‘joins’ and why they’re important. You’ll find out how to automate your Access database by creating and applying macros and learn about VBA programming and how it’s used with Access.

By the end of the course, you will be confident in your new skills in Microsoft Access 2019 to improve productivity, and data visualization.

All the supporting files for this course are available on Github at: https://github.com/PacktPublishing/Hands-On-Microsoft-Access-2019

Publication date:
March 2020
Publisher
Packt
Duration
7 hours 18 minutes
ISBN
9781838987473

About the Author

  • Ben Beitler

    Ben Beitler is a highly proficient software developer and consultant with over 25 years’ experience of database design and implementation of CRM management systems, and bespoke applications using VBA (mainly Excel spreadsheets and Access databases). He has successfully run several businesses, including desktop training, consultancy, and development in Access and Excel ranging from small to the larger companies including Ford, Toyota, HSBC, Barclays, PWC, Deloitte, Sage, and many others. Even though he is based in the UK, he has provided consultancy services and developed systems with software specialists as far afield as Australia.

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