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Overview

The Advantage Series presents the Feature-Method-Practice approach to computer software applications to today's technology and business students. This series implements an efficient and effective learning model,which enhances critical thinking skills and provides students and faculty with complete application coverage.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780072471038
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The
  • Publication date: 8/13/2001
  • Series: Advantage Series
  • Format: Spiral Bound
  • Edition description: BRIEF
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 240
  • Product dimensions: 8.90 (w) x 10.60 (h) x 0.50 (d)

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Working with Access
Case Study
1.1 Getting Started with Access
1.1.1 Loading and Exiting Access 3
1.1.2 Opening a Database File at Startup 4
1.1.3 Touring Access 7
1.1.4 Working in the Database Window 10
1.2 Viewing and Printing Your Data
1.2.1 Moving Around a Datasheet 14
1.2.2 Adjusting Column Widths and Row Heights 18
1.2.3 Previewing and Printing 20
1.3 Manipulating Table Data
1.3.1 Selecting and Editing Data 23
1.3.2 Using the Undo Command 26
1.3.3 Adding Records 27
1.3.4 Deleting Records 30
Chapter 2 Creating a Database
Case Study
2.1 Designing Your First Database
2.1.1 Planning a Database 50
2.1.2 Starting a New Database 51
2.1.3 Employing the Database Wizard 54
2.2 Creating a Simple Table
2.2.1 Creating a Table Using the Table Wizard 60
2.2.2 Creating a Table in Datasheet View 63
2.3 Using the Table Design View
2.3.1 Creating a Table in Design View 65
2.3.2 Assigning a Primary Key 68
2.3.3 Defining and Removing Indexes 70
2.4 Modifying a Table
2.4.1 Inserting and Deleting Fields 72
2.4.2 Renaming and Moving Fields 75
2.4.3 Printing a Table's Design Structure 77
Chapter 3 Organizing and Retrieving Data
Case Study
3.1 Customizing Datasheet View
3.1.1 Formatting a Datasheet 98
3.1.2 Changing the Field Column Order 101
3.1.3 Hiding and Unhiding Columns 103
3.1.4 Freezing and Unfreezing Columns 106
3.2 Sorting, Finding, and Maintaining Data
3.2.1 Sorting Records in a Datasheet 107
3.2.2 Performing a Simple Search 110
3.2.3 Specifying Search Patterns 111
3.2.4 Performing a Find and Replace 113
3.2.5 Spell-Checking a Datasheet 114
3.3 Using Filters
3.3.1 Filtering for Input 116
3.3.2 Filtering by Selection 118
3.3.3 Filtering by Form 120
3.4 Creating a Simple Query
3.4.1 Creating a Query Using the Query Wizard 124
3.4.2 Displaying the Query Window 127
Chapter 4 Presenting and Managing Data
Case Study
4.1 Creating a Simple Form
4.1.1 Creating a Form Using the AutoForm Wizards 147
4.1.2 Creating a Form Using the Form Wizard 151
4.1.3 Navigating Data Using a Form 155
4.1.4 Working with a Form 158
4.2 Creating a Simple Report
4.2.1 Creating a Report Using the AutoReport Wizards 161
4.2.2 Creating a Report Using the Report Wizard 163
4.2.3 Previewing and Printing a Report 167
4.2.4 Publishing a Static Report to the Web 170
4.3 Generating a Mailing Labels Report
4.3.1 Creating a Report Using the Label Wizard 174
4.4 Managing Database Objects
4.4.1 Renaming, Copying, and Deleting Objects 180
4.4.2 Compacting, Repairing, and Converting a Database 183
Answers to Self-Check Questions
Glossary
Appendix Preparing to Use Office XP
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