Microsoft Access 2019


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  • 22
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  • 639
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  • 8
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Course Description

The purpose of this course is to teach you the important features of Access 2019 and how to use them.  This course was designed for beginners so that even if you've never so much as opened the program before, you can learn how to use it. Once we cover the basics, we'll move on to advanced features. If you've used Access before, perhaps prior versions, the first few lessons will be a refresher and introduce you to some of the updates you'll encounter in the newest version of Microsoft Access.
 
It's highly recommended that you install Access 2019 on your computer. You can purchase Microsoft Office to get all of the Office applications, or subscribe to Office 365 to pay a monthly subscription for the software.
 

What is Microsoft Access 2019?

Unless you've used Microsoft Access before, you may be unclear as to what exactly it is and how you'll use it.  Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, and Word are very popular programs, so we're very familiar with them, if only by name. Access, however, isn't as widely used or discussed, so before we begin this course, it's important to look at what this software program does, and how it will help you.

Microsoft Access is an information management tool that allows you to store, report, and analyze information. If you're trying to use Excel to manage large amounts of information, then chances are Microsoft Access will be helpful to you.

You see, a spreadsheet program such as Excel is great if you want to maintain and calculate small bits of information. It's easy enough to use when you want to create a spreadsheet, enter data, create formulas, etc.

Excel makes it very easy to sort, filter, and format quickly. That said, though, Excel is not ideal for handling hundreds of records if you have one thing you need to track. It's easy to have errors, and that makes analysis, summing, and reporting difficult.

Microsoft Access is the answer to that problem. Think of it as Excel's big sister. She handles everything that Excel might have a tough time doing.
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    Course Lessons

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    Lesson 1: Intro to Microsoft Access 2019

    Microsoft Access is an information management tool that allows you to store, report, and analyze information. If you're trying to use Excel to manage large amounts of information, then chances are Microsoft Access will be helpful to you. 3 Total Points
    • Lesson 1 Video
    • Take Poll: Access 2016
    • Take Survey: Reasons for Taking this Course
    • Complete: Lesson 1 Exam

    Lesson 2: Understanding MS Access 2019 Requirements

    This lesson discusses the limits and requirements for running and operating MS Access 2019. 3 Total Points
    • Lesson 2 Video
    • Complete: Lesson 2 Exam

    Lesson 3: What is a Database?

    In this lessons we'll cover what exactly is a database, how it is setup, and why you should use a database. 5 Total Points
    • Lesson 3 Video
    • Complete: Lesson 3 Exam

    Lesson 4: What are Database Objects?

    Database objects are components that save and query information. A database contains objects that are used to store and display large, relational data. 5 Total Points
    • Lesson 4 Video
    • Complete: Lesson 4 Exam

    Lesson 5: How to Navigate MS Access 2019

    This lesson covers how to navigate Access 2019 interface and menus. 4 Total Points
    • Lesson 5 Video
    • Complete: Lesson 5 Exam

    Lesson 6: Creating Your First Database in Access 2019

    In this lesson, we cover how to create and save your first database as well as how to add tables. 5 Total Points
    • Lesson 6 Video
    • Complete: Lesson 6 Exam

    Lesson 7: Using Object Views in Access 2019

    Object views are simply different ways of viewing the object that you're working on. 5 Total Points
    • Lesson 7 Video
    • Complete: Lesson 7 Exam

    Lesson 8: Using Forms in Access 2019

    A form is an Access database object that's used to create an interface for a database application. 5 Total Points
    • Lesson 8 Video
    • Complete: Lesson 8 Exam

    Lesson 9: Introduction to Controls and Formatting Forms

    This lesson covers forms and controls including using bound, unbounded, and calculated controls. 5 Total Points
    • Lesson 9 Video
    • Complete: Lesson 9 Exam

    Lesson 10: Queries

    In this lesson, we're going to go more in depth and talk about queries. 8 Total Points
    • Lesson 10 Video
    • Complete: Lesson 10 Exam

    Lesson 11: Using Criteria, Operators, and Wildcards

    You can limit the results of a query to values that are in a field. This is accomplished by using query criteria. Query criteria are expressions that Access will compare to the values in your query fields to decide whether or not to include the records that contain values. 5 Total Points
    • Lesson 11 Video
    • Complete: Lesson 11 Exam

    Lesson 12: Understanding Parameter Queries

    Whenever you want a query to ask for input each time you run the query, you create what's called a parameter query in Access 2019. 3 Total Points
    • Lesson 12 Video
    • Complete: Lesson 12 Exam

    Lesson 13: MS Access Creating and Using Relationships

    When you define a relationship in Access, you relate data from one table to another. 5 Total Points
    • Lesson 13 Video
    • Complete: Lesson 13 Exam

    Lesson 14: What is Normalization?

    Normalization refers to the process of organizing data in your database efficiently. 5 Total Points
    • Lesson 14 Video
    • Complete: Lesson 14 Exam

    Lesson 15: Calculated Expressions

    Expressions in Access 2019 are used to do mathematical calculations, combine or extract text, or validate the data in your database. 5 Total Points
    • Lesson 15 Video
    • Complete: Lesson 15 Exam

    Lesson 16: Summarizing Data Using Aggregate Queries

    An aggregate query lets you determine statistics for a set of values. For example, you can determine the sum, average, and count. An aggregate query is also known as a Summary Query or a Totals Query. 3 Total Points
    • Lesson 16 Video
    • Complete: Lesson 16 Exam

    Lesson 17: Creating Reports in Access 2019

    Access 2019 gives you the ability to run reports to view your data. The Report Tool is the quickest way for you to run those reports because you don't have to enter any information. 4 Total Points
    • Lesson 17 Video
    • Complete: Lesson 17 Exam

    Lesson 18: Designing and Customizing Your Report

    This lesson will discuss ways to design and customize your report in Access 2019. 5 Total Points
    • Lesson 18 Video
    • Complete: Lesson 18 Exam

    Lesson 19: Advanced Formatting for Reports

    This lesson will focus on more ways to format your report such as using Group and Sort. 3 Total Points
    • Lesson 19 Video
    • Complete: Lesson 19 Exam

    Lesson 20: Printing and Exporting Reports in Access 2019

    Printing and Exporting Reports in Access 2019 may take a few extra steps, but it is well worth it. 6 Total Points
    • Lesson 20 Video
    • Complete: Lesson 20 Exam

    Lesson 21: Importing and Exporting Data

    In this lesson, we're going to learn the multiple ways that you can import and export data to and from Access. 4 Total Points
    • Lesson 21 Video
    • Complete: Lesson 21 Exam

    Lesson 22: Overview of New Features in Access 2019

    In this lesson, we're going to look at the new features that have been introduced as part of Access 2019. 80 Total Points
    • Lesson 22 Video
    • Take Poll: What do you think about this course?
    • Take Survey: Program Evaluation Follow-up Survey (End of Course)
    • Complete: The Final Exam
    176
    Total Course Points
     

    Learning Outcomes

    By successfully completing this course, students will be able to:
    • Describe what a database is how it differs from a spreadsheet and what the capabilities of MS Access are.
    • Describe what database objects are.
    • Demonstrate navigating the MS Access interface.
    • Demonstrate creating your first database.
    • Demonstrate using object views in Access.
    • Demonstrate using forms.
    • Summarize controls and formatting forms.
    • Describe what queries are and why they are important.
    • Describe using criteria, operators, and wildcards.
    • Describe parameter queries.
    • Describe creating and using relationships.
    • Define normalization.
    • Define calculated expressions.
    • Describe summarizing data using aggregate queries.
    • Demonstrate designing and customizing your report.
    • Describe methods for importing and exporting data in your database, and
    • Demonstrate mastery of lesson content at levels of 70% or higher.
     

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    Course Title: Microsoft Access 2019
    Course Number: 9770519
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    Lessons Rating: 4.6 / 5 Stars (478 votes)
    Languages: English - United States, Canada and other English speaking countries
    Course Type: Professional Development (Self-Paced, Online Class)
    CEU Value: 0.8 IACET CEUs (Continuing Education Units)
    CE Accreditation: Universal Class, Inc. has been accredited as an Authorized Provider by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET).
    Grading Policy: Earn a final grade of 70% or higher to receive an online/downloadable CEU Certification documenting CEUs earned.
    Assessment Method: Lesson assignments and review exams
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