Access 2019 Level 2 (Advanced)

Course Outline

Course Length: 6hrs (1 Day)

Access is much more than a way to create desktop databases. It's also an essential tool for managing and sharing your data in a way that will help you run your business. Your data is more secure and scalable than ever, and you can easily share your applications with colleagues.

Course Objectives:
In the Access 2019Level 2 course, you will become familiar with its more advanced features. You will cover how to complete advanced form design tasks, add field and record validation, conduct advanced database management, distribute and secure a database, and manage switchboards to easily navigate between the different forms and reports within a database.
You will:
- Add controls to forms and set form controls
- Use data validation
- Create and modify a database switchboard, and set startup options
- Link tables to external data sources
- Determine object dependency
- Analyze the performance of a database
- Split a database for multiple user access
- Convert an Access database to an ACCDE file

Target Student:
Users who are familiar with the basics of Access 2019and would like to perform more advanced database management tasks such as completing advanced form design, adding field and record validation, distributing and securing a database, and managing switchboards.

Course Outline:
Section 1: Advanced Table Tasks

Inserting Application Parts
Using the Table Analyzer Wizard
Creating Validation Rules
Configuring Validation Messages

Section 2: Managing Data Entry in Tables
Marking Fields as Required
Marking a Field for Indexing
Creating Lookup Fields
Creating Value Lists
Creating Input Masks

Section 3: Creating Subforms
Creating and Using Subforms
Linking Subforms with Parent Forms
Formatting a Subform within a Main Form

Section 4: Creating Navigation Forms
Creating a Navigation Form
Adding Tabs to a Navigation Form
Creating a Tab Hierarchy in a Navigation Form
Automatically Displaying a Navigation Form when the Database Opens

Section 5: Advanced Query Tasks
Creating SQL Queries
Using the Expression Builder
Creating SQL Statements
Using SQL Keywords

Section 6: Creating Modal Dialog Boxes
Creating, Formatting and Modifying a Modal Dialog Box

Section 7: Splitting the Database
Backing up a Database
Splitting a Database
Configuring Access 2019for a Multi-User Database
Setting Record Locking Options

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