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March 8, 2011

3 Access 2003 Tutorials

Here are 3 Access 2003 Tutorials, from by Hillsborough Community College, that take you through the following features and tools in Accecss: creating tables and ussing design view to enter data; setting data types; using a primary key; inserting and deleting rows in a table; creating and running queries; creating and using forms; importing data from and exporting data to Excel; and using Aggregate Functions.


Access 2003 Training Tutorial I
(23 pages, 598kb, pdf)
Upon completion of this Access training module, you will know and be able to:
1. Understand the three types of relationships: one-to-many, many-to-many and one-to-one;
2. Create a new database;
3. Create tables for data entry in design view;
4. Use, understand, and set data types: Text, Memo, Number, Currency, Date/Time, AutoNumber, Yes/No, Lookup wizard.
5. Create and delete a primary key;
6. Insert and delete a row.

Access 2003 Training Tutorial II
(29 pages, 1.1mb, pdf)
Upon completion of this Access training module, you will know and be able to:
1. Create a query;
2. Sort fields in a query;
3. Show fields in a query;
4. Run a query using wildcards;
5. Run a query for fields not in result;
6. Run a query for a number value;
7. Run a query using the comparison criteria “And”;
8. Run a query using the comparison criteria “Or”;
9. Create a form using the Wizard tool;
10. Understand the basics of the Toolbox: Controls;
11. Insert a graphic/image;
12. Insert and image;
13. Insert an unbound object frame;
14. Resize and image/graphic.

Access 2003 Training Tutorial III
(23 pages, 969kb, pdf)
Upon completion of this Access training module, you will know and be able to:
1. Import a table from Excel;
2. Import data from a delimited text file;
3. Export an Access file to Excel;
4. Understand the purpose of Aggregate Functions;
5. Create and run a query using count;
6. Create and run a query using average;
7. Create and run a query using the parameter between.





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