Microsoft Access 2010: A Case Approach, Complete / Edition 1

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Overview

Timothy and Linda O'Leary and the Computer Information Technology Team at McGraw-Hill Higher Education offer your students a fully integrated learning program with time-tested quality and reliability.

Office 2010: A Case Approach offers running case study throughout the text to help students understand the material in a consistent, relevant environment. Through this theme of &#8220Making Office Relevant,&#8221 this text helps students understand why they need this course and these skills. Student success is assured through clear step-by-step instruction, plentiful screen captures and conceptual explanations. Each Lab, designed to be covered in 1 hour of class time, combines conceptual coverage with detailed software-specific instructions. Each Lab opens with a running case study that highlights real-world applications of each software program and leads students from problem to solution. The O&#39Leary Series helps students learn specific applications skills along with those that cross all Office applications, which is especially important in mastering this version of Office. The O&#39Leary Series also correlates with SimNet Online, our online training and assessment program for Office 2010.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780077331351
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Higher Education
  • Publication date: 10/11/2011
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 688
  • Product dimensions: 8.20 (w) x 10.80 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Meet the Author

Tim O’Leary is a professor of IS at ASU, and has written many books on Computing and Information Systems.

Linda O’Leary is a professional trainer in Computing. She has developed training manuals for large corporations, presented seminars on a wide variety of application programs, and has co-authored severalbooks with her husband, Tim.

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Table of Contents

Access 2010 Complete
Lab 1 Creating a Database
Designing a New Database
Creating a New Database
Creating a Table
Modifying Field Properties
Entering and Editing Records
Changing Column Width
Navigating Among Records
Deleting Records
Creating a Table in Design View
Creating Relationships
Setting Database and Object Properties
Previewing and Printing a Table
Closing and Opening a Database
Exiting Access
Lab 2 Modifying and Filtering a Table and Creating a Form Customising Fields
Hiding and Redisplaying Fields
Creating a Lookup Field
Searching, Finding and Replacing Data
Sorting Records
Formatting the Datasheet
Filtering a Table
Creating a Simple Form
Modifying a Form
Using a Form
Organising the Navigation Pane
Previewing and Printing a Form
Identiying Object Dependencies
Lab 3 Querying Tables and Creating Reports
Refining the Database Design
Defining and Modifying Relationships
Creating a Query
Displaying a Totals Row
Creating Reports
Preparing Reports for Printing
Compacting and Backing Up the Database
Working Together 1 Exporting Data
Exporting Data
Lab 4 Importing and Querying Tables
Importing Data
Controlling Field Input
Using Action Queries
Using Memo Fields
Adding a Multivalued Field
Using Calculations in Tables and Queries
Creating a Top-Values Query
Creating a Crosstab Query
Lab 5 Creating Custom Forms
Creating a Split Form
Creating a Datasheet Form and Subform
Creating a Form for Multiple Tables
Changing Control Properties
Adding Label Controls
Enhancing Form Controls
Aligning and Spacing Controls
Adding Subforms
Setting Tab Order
Using Command Buttons
Creating Page Headers and Footers
Previewing a Form
Deleting a Form
Lab 6 Creating Custom Reports, Charts, Pivot Charts and Mailing Lables
Creating a Grouped Report
Using the Report Wizard to Create a Grouped Report
Customising the Report Layout
Enhancing the Report
Changing the Record Source
Using Calculated Controls in a Report
Applying Conditional Formatting
Printing a Grouped Report
Creating a Chart in a Report
Using Pivot Chart View
Creating Mailing Labels
Creating a Startup Display Form
Securing a Database
Working Together 2: Linking and Splitting Databases
Linking to External Data Sources
Splitting a Database

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