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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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Muhammad Osama 
4 years ago
How do I export a large set of data from excel in to access? Also, will access match the field headers with excel file?

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4 years ago
What is the best approach if you are creating a mailing list and you have multiple people under the same address or you have the same person that has multiple addresses (vacation home). If I need a record for each person in the family to track birthdays but I want to be able to send a single mailing for the entire family for a holiday card, how should I set up the database? Do I create separate tables (1 that includes names and birthday's, etc.. and another that includes addresses) and create a relationship between the two tables or can I include all of the information in a single table and there is a way that I can indicate which address it should go to or when its a single mailing to multiple people. Read More...
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Joe Sabo 
4 years ago
I run a business that has three types of customers. They are retail, commercial, and industrial, where ie, retail requires less fields than commercial or industial customers.  Additionally, we perform multiple services to some or all customers (not labor/time trackable) along with selling various types of inventory.  Could you steer me in the right direction to construct tables? Read More...
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Pamela Smith 
4 years ago
Thanks got it... had to click objects and then the the drop down menu...
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Pamela Smith 
4 years ago
I am running access 2010, when I saved my first query (using my own data) I do not get separate section on the left hand side.. IE: your tables, queries. It is just a listing with the correct names but not separated by types. Not sure what happened. Read More...
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