FREE Microsoft Office Training IV

If you have the time (20-50 minutes), I’m certain Microsoft has the free Office training that’s perfect for you!  

  

GENERAL OFFICE 2003 
 

 

ACCESS
 
    • Get to know Access Learn about the structure and benefits of a database, and become familiar with ways to get data into and out of one.
    • Table that data Design well-structured tables that meet your organization’s data needs and are easy to maintain.
    • Label that data Put your data to good use by creating standard-size and custom labels in Microsoft Office Access.
    • Reports I: Show off your data Reports are a great way to organize and present data from your database. Reports enable you to format your data in an attractive and informative layout for printing or viewing on screen.
    • Queries I: Get answers with queries Find out how queries enable you to answer questions and perform tasks with your data. Learn how to create a select query.
    • Queries II: Limit your data and calculate values Make your queries more powerful and limit your results by using criteria and performing calculations.
    • Queries III: Create parameter queries that prompt users for input A parameter query is useful when you perform the same type of query often, but the values that you search for change.
    • Queries IV: Working with complex criteria Limit your query results by using complex criteria, such as setting two conditions that must be met and using wildcards to retrieve data that matches a pattern.
    • Take the controls Learn to add controls to your forms or reports. Customize controls, assign data values and links, and apply data-driven conditional formatting.
    • Introduction to security Protect your computer and your data from malicious code and dangerous commands by enabling an important Access environment called sandbox mode.
    • Forms follow function Make data entry and data viewing easier and safer with forms designed and customized for user convenience.
    • Work with a database you didn’t create Learn how to work with a database you didn’t create by determining its structure, adding and viewing data, and modifying objects in the database.
  
FRONTPAGE
 
  
INFOPATH
 
  
ONENOTE
 
 
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BLAKE was a Microsoft MVP and award winning programmer with over 20+ years experience providing complete Windows and networking support for small to medium sized businesses. BLAKE is also Jazz Musician and Instructor for residential clients on the Los Angeles West Side.
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