Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2010 Introductory

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Overview

The Exploring System: Moving You Beyond the Point and Click!

The goal of the Exploring Series is to teach more than just the steps to follow to accomplish a task. Exploring also teaches you the theoretical foundation you need to understand when and why to apply the skills you learnin this class. This way, you achieve a deeper understanding of each application and can apply this criticalthinking beyond Office and the classroom.

Student Textbook

Exploring is a book you can use as a tool to easily identify essential information, and learn it efficiently.

Objective Mapping enables you to easily find where each objective is in the chapter.

Key Terms are pulled out and defined in the margins, helping to ensure you learn terminology.

Hands-On Exercises throughout each chapter allow you to apply what you learned for immediate reinforcement.

Student CD

A media tool bound in your book to help you complete exercises from each chapter

Set-Up Videos provide an introduction to the Case Study and the skills you’ll learn in the Hands-On Exercises in each chapter.

Student Data Files needed to complete the projects in the book.

Compass is a searchable database of skills, providing videos and at-a-glance reminders of how to complete a skill.

Companion Website: www.pearsonhighered.com/exploring

An interactive website featuring self-study tools to help you succeed in this course

Online Study Guide enables you to practice what you’ve learned by answering auto-graded questions.

Glossary of key terms reinforces terminology as you learn the language of computing.

Chapter Objectives Review for a quick overview.

Web Resources include links to Microsoft® Office Online Help and How-To documents.

Student Data Files needed to complete the projects in the book.

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Meet the Author

Dr. Robert T. Grauer, Creator of the Exploring Series

Bob Grauer is an Associate Professor in the Department of Computer Information Systems at the University of Miami, where he is a multiple winner of the Outstanding Teaching Award in the School of Business, most recently in 2009. He has written numerous COBOL texts and is the vision behind the Exploring Office series, with more than three million books in print. His work has been translated into three foreign languages and is used in all aspects of higher education at both national and international levels. Bob Grauer has consulted for several major corporations including IBM and American Express. He received his Ph.D. in operations research in 1972 from the Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn.

Keith Mast, Access Author

Keith A. Mast develops a wide range of Access applications that solve challenging business problems and

improve efficiency. His solutions help businesses and organizations in manufacturing, pharmaceutical,

financial services, and agriculture, among other industries. Clients include Visible Filing Concepts, Inc.;

Moyer’s Chicks, Inc.; Marcho Farms, Inc.; TCM America, Inc.; LANsultants, Inc.; Spector, Roseman,

Kodroff, & Willis, PC; Heinz, Inc.; DuPont; and Sony Entertainment. He is an adjunct faculty member at Montgomery County Community College, Blue Bell, Pennsylvania, continuing his long-standing love of teaching and exemplified by his prior experience as a high school teacher, business school instructor, and Access seminar leader.

Keith promotes the ethical standards of the consulting profession both in how Mast Consulting, LLC deals with its clients and as an active volunteer leader of the Independent Computer Consultants Association of the Delaware Valley.

Keith resides in Norristown, PA, a suburb of Philadelphia. In his free time, he enjoys biking, running,

kayaking, ballroom dancing, and being in nature. For more information, visit him on Facebook, LinkedIn, or at www.keithmast.com.

Mary Anne Poatsy, Series Editor

Mary Anne is a senior faculty member at Montgomery County Community College, teaching various

computer application and concepts courses in face-to-face and online environments. She holds a B.A.

in psychology and education from Mount Holyoke College and an M.B.A. in finance from Northwestern

University’s Kellogg Graduate School of Management.

Mary Anne has more than 12 years of educational experience. She is currently adjunct faculty at

Gwynedd-Mercy College and Montgomery County Community College. She has also taught at Bucks

County Community College and Muhlenberg College, as well as conducted professional training. Before

teaching, she was vice president at Shearson Lehman in the Municipal Bond Investment Banking

Department.

Dr. Lynn Hogan, Office Fundamentals and File Management and

Windows 7 Author

Lynn Hogan has taught in the Computer Information Systems area at Calhoun Community College for

29 years. She is the author of Practical Computing and has contributed chapters for several computer

applications textbooks. Primarily teaching in the areas of computer literacy and computer applications,

she was named Calhoun’s outstanding instructor in 2006. She received an M.B.A. from the University of

North Alabama and a Ph.D. from the University of Alabama. Lynn resides in Alabama with her husband

and two daughters.

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Table of Contents


Chapter 1 Office Fundamentals and File Management

Access
Chapter 1 Introduction to Access
Chapter 2 Relational Databases and Queries
Chapter 3 Customize, Analyze, and Summarize Query Data
Chapter 4 Creating and Using Professional Forms and Reports

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