Improve your Microsoft access skills with our Advanced Microsoft Access course. With our course you will learn how to automate tasks to save you time, how to apply advanced techniques such as macros and VBAs and overall Access best practice.
Access is now much more than a way to create desktop databases. It’s an easy-to-use tool for quickly creating browser-based database applications that help you run your business. Your data is automatically stored in a SQL database, so it’s more secure than ever, and you can easily share your applications with colleagues.
In this course we will demonstrate the more advanced features of Access including how to use macros, VBA, web applications and touch.
WHO'S IT FOR?
PC or Mac with a full version of Access 2013 or 2016
Not a requirement but a benefit to have some work-related projects to which you can readily apply what you learn.
For power users looking to take their Access skills to the next level - our adaptive teaching method tailors training to each individual.
Discover how to effectively link to other data sources
Follow along as you learn to create and maintain macros
Explore the use of Visual Basic for Applications (VBA)
Discover advanced options for the use of forms
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Chris “Simon” Calder was a Director of IT operations for one of Los Angeles’ most prestigious cultural institutions, LACMA. In this role, Simon saw the need for low-stress software training for hundreds of employees in his company who were facing technological upgrades at work. From there Chris built up a loyal following by providing accessible training to people of all ages.
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