I-Series: MS Access 2002, Introductory

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Overview

Harness the assets of the Web to keep your course current with PowerWeb! This online resource provides high quality, peer-reviewed content including up-to-date articles from leading periodicals and journals, current news, weekly updates with assessment, interactive exercises, Web research guide, study tips, and much more! PowerWeb is available packaged with a McGraw-Hill text or for online purchase from the Web site http://www.dushkin.com/powerweb
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780072470307
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The
  • Publication date: 1/23/2002
  • Series: The I- Ser.
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 464
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 10.80 (h) x 0.77 (d)

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Stephen Haag is the Associate Dean of Graduate Programs and Director of the MBA program in the Daniels College of Business at the University of Denver. Prior to being Associate Dean, Stephen served as Chair of the Department of Information Technology and Electronic Commerce in the Daniels College of Business at the University of Denver. Stephen holds a B.B.A. and M.B.A. from West Texas State University and a Ph.D. from the University of Texas at Arlington. Stephen has been teaching in the classroom since 1982 and publishing books since 1984.

Stephen is the coauthor of numerous books including "Interactions: Teaching English as a Second Language" (with his mother and father), "Information Technology: Tomorrow's Advantage Today" (with Peter Keen), "Excelling in Finance," and more than 40 books within the "I-Series." He has also written numberous articles appearing in such journals as Communications of the ACM, Soio-Economic Planning Siences, the International Journal of Systems Science, Managerial and Decision Economics, Applied Economics, and the Australian Journal of Management.

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Table of Contents

About the I-Series
Your Guide to the I-Series
Common Microsoft Office XP Features
Introduction
Session 1.1
Introducing Microsoft Office XP
Making the Grade
Summary
Task Reference Roundup
Level 1 Review of Terminology
Level 2 Review of Concepts
Chapter 1 Understanding Relational Databases
Chapter Case: Puppyparadise
Session 1.1 Introducing Relational Databases
Uses and Benefits of Relational Databases
Relational Database Concepts
Database Management Systems
Opening an Access Database
Identifying Access Database Objects
Making the Grade
Session 1.2 Introducing Microsoft Access
Opening an Existing Table
Using Access Wizards
Getting Help
Exiting Access
Making the Grade
Session 1.3
Summary
Mous Objectives Summary
Task Reference Roundup
Level 1 Review of Terminology
Level 2 Review of Concepts
Level 3 Hands-On Projects
Running Project: TNT Web Page Design
Chapter 2 Maintaining Your Database
Chapter Case: Puppyparadise
Session 2.1 Maintaining Access Data
Ordering, Finding, and Entering Data
Updating Data
Organizing a Datasheet
Making the Grade
Session 2.2 Designing and Building a Database
Assessing Information Needs
Building Access Tables Using Design View
Working with New Tables
Access Limitations
Making the Grade
Session 2.3
Summary
Mous Objectives Summary
Task Reference Roundup
Level 1 Review of Terminology
Level 2 Review of Concepts
Level 3 Hands-On Projects
Running Project: TNT Web Page Design
Chapter 3 Introducing Queries, Filters, Forms, and Reports
Chapter Case: Puppyparadise
Session 3.1 Selecting and Organizing Data
Selecting Data with Filters
Selecting Data with Queries
Making the Grade
Session 3.2 Selecting and Calculating with Queries
Selecting Records in Queries
Adding Calculations to Queries
Making the Grade
Session 3.3 Building Simple Forms and Reports
Creating and Using Forms
Producing Reports
Adding Graphics to Reports and Forms
Making the Grade
Session 3.4
Summary
Mous Objectives Summary
Task Reference Roundup
Level 1 Review of Terminology
Level 2 Review of Concepts
Level 3 Hands-On Projects
Running Project: TNT Web Page Design
Chapter 4 Compound Queries and Database Utilities
Chapter Case: Puppyparadise
Session 4.1 Using Queries to Analyze Data
Specifying Complex Query Criteria
Analyzing Data Using Crosstab Queries
Making the Grade
Session 4.2 Modifying Table Definitions
Adding a Field
Deleting a Field
Moving a Field
Changing Field Attributes
Building Lookup Fields
Creating Input Masks
Making the Grade
Session 4.3 Repairing, Backing up, and Converting a Database
Compacting and Repairing a Database
Compacting a Database Automatically
Automatically Repair Office Programs
Backing Up and Restoring a Database
Converting Databases
Making the Grade
Session 4.4
Summary
Mous Objectives Summary
Task Reference Roundup
Level 1 Review of Terminology
Level 2 Review of Concepts
Level 3 Hands-on Projects
Running Project: TNT Web Page Design
Chapter 5 Customizing Forms and Reports
Chapter Case: Puppyparadise
Session 5.1 Maintaining Data with Forms
Defining a Form in Form Design View
Modifying Properties
Inserting Form Headers and Footers
Navigating Data with Forms
Making the Grade
Session 5.2 Complex Reports
Defining a Report in Report Design View
Adding and Modifying Unbound Controls
Calculating and Summarizing Data
Previewing and Printing Reports
Session 5.3
Summary
Mous Objectives Summary
Task Reference Roundup
Level 1 Review of Terminology
Level 2 Review of Concepts
Level 3 Hands-On Projects
Running Project: TNT Web Page Design
Chapter 6 Defining Table Relationships
Chapter Case: Puppyparadise
Session 6.1 Relating Tables
Understanding Types of Relationships
Creating Relationships in Access
Building and Using Indexes
Making the Grade
Session 6.2 Creating Output with Related Tables
Constructing Multitable Queries
Developing Multitable Forms
Specifying Multitable Reports
Making the Grade
Session 6.3
Summary
Mous Objectives Summary
Task Reference Roundup
Level 1 Review of Terminology
Level 2 Review of Concepts
Level 3 Hands-On Projects
Running Project: TNT Web Page Design
Chapter 7 Maintaining Databases
Chapter Case: Puppyparadise
Session 7.1 Refining Table Design
Building Input Masks
Defining Output Formats
Using Data Validation
Making the Grade
Session 7.2 Access Database Tools
Using the Database Splitter Wizard
Using the Database Performance Analyzer
Replicating a Database
Securing an Access Database
Setting Password Protection
Making the Grade
Session 7.3
Summary
Mous Objectives Summary
Task Reference Roundup
Level 1 Review of Terminology
Level 2 Review of Concepts
Level 3 Hands-On Projects
Running Project: TNT Web Page Design
Chapter 8 Integrating with Other Applications
Chapter Case: Puppyparadise
Session 8.1 Office Integration
Adding a Chart to a Form or Report
Importing and Linking Objects
Exporting Data
Making the Grade
Session 8.2 Web Publication
Reviewing Web Technologies
Building HTML Pages
Creating Data Access Pages
Importing an HTML Document as an Access Table
Making the Grade
Session 8.3
Summary
Mous Objectives Summary
Task Reference Roundup
Level 1 Review of Terminology
Level 2 Review of Concepts
Level 3 Hands-On Projects
Running Project: TNT Web Page Design
End-of-Book
Reference 1 File Finder
Reference 2 Mous Certification Guide
Reference 3 Task Reference Roundup
Reference 4 Making the Grade Answers
Glossary
Glossary for Common Microsoft Office XP Features
Index
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