Duration: 4.5 hours
What you can learn from this course,
Design and build tables for a database (Access basics, part 1)
If you’re new to Access, start here. This course explains key concepts and terms, the first steps in database design, and how to build tables.
Create table relationships (Access basics, part 2)
Learn how to create table relationships, a key part of any database. This course covers the types of relationships and how to build each one.
Create your first Access 2013 database
Learn how to create an Access 2013 database in just minutes by using a template. Access gives you templates that run on your computer or in the cloud.
Introduction to queries (Access basics, part 3 )
Learn how to create queries in Access 2013. Course covers the types of queries, creating Select queries, criteria, joins, and intermediate tables
Webinar: Intro to Access 2013
Watch this 15-minute webinar first. It’s a gentle introduction to Access. We’ll go over the two kinds of databases you can create: browser-based Access apps and desktop databases.
Dealing with read-only queries
Can’t change the data returned by a query? This course explains the most common causes and solutions, and provides links to information about other ways to deal with the problem.
Make the switch to Access 2013
Get started switching from Access 2003 to Access 2013. This course shows you how to create and manage new files, use files from previous version, use the Navigation pane and the ribbon, and create Access Apps, databases that run on the web.
Stop a query from asking for input
To make a parameter query stop asking for input, you remove all parameters, or fix problems (usually typos in field names) in expressions.
Use criteria in your Access 2013 queries
Learn how to use criteria to filter your Access data. This course covers adding criteria to queries, using AND and OR logic, logical operators such as IN and BETWEEN, and how to use wildcards. You need a basic understanding of queries to complete this course.
Use parameter queries to filter query results
Learn how to add parameters to your queries so they ask for your input, such as a date or a name, before they run. Parameters are a powerful way to filter your query results.
Use Update queries to change data in Access 2013
Learn how to build update queries that change data safely. Update queries can be a fast way to change a lot of existing data in one or more tables.
Using date criteria in queries
Learn how to use date criteria in your queries. This course shows the basics, plus how to use calculated fields and filter for part of a date value, as well as how to use the DateDiff and DateAdd functions to subtract and add date values. You need to be familiar with Access queries to complete this course.