Microsoft Office Access 2007-Illustrated Complete / Edition 1

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Here's a complete guide to deploying and managing Windows Vista that is suitable for IT professionals and students alike! By 2008, Windows Vista, the newest desktop operating system from Microsoft, will be installed on millions of computers. It is anticipated that the numbers will only grow from there. This teaching textbook provides all the information users need to successfully migrate to the Windows Vista program and immediately begin deriving benefits from it. Readers will learn all the differences between the new system and the old, including Vista's additional functionalities, and its advanced security features. Coverage assumes only a basic knowledge of computers and goes through the entire learning process in a logical, organized manner to ensure that all information is easily understood. The Hands-on Activities and Case Projects work with the content to help students practice new skills, and review questions and key terms reinforce important information. With the new section devoted to troubleshooting, this text also doubles as a manual that professionals can take on the job with them. Benefits:
• Offers all the critical information students need to successfully move into a role as an IT professional and support Windows Vista in a business environment
• Helps readers prepare for Microsoft certification
• Case projects incorporates real world experiences from IT professionals to make the coverage realistic and meaningful beyond just a list of technical features, and Review questions test readers understanding of critical information
• Explains complex concepts in straightforward terms for a smooth and problem-free transition to Windows Vista

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Meet the Author

Lisa Friedrichsen is a Professor at Johnson County Community College in Overland Park, Kansas, where she teaches database and Web-related classes. As an author, Lisa has written several Access Office, and Web-related textbooks. Ms. Friedrichsen has developed many relational database systems for organizations in the fields of marketing, healthcare, and education.

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Table of Contents

Windows Vista Unit A: Getting Started with Windows Vista Windows Vista Unit B: Understanding File Management Getting Started with Office 2007 Unit A: Getting Started with Access 2007 Unit B: Building and Using Queries Unit C: Using Forms Unit D: Using Reports Unit E: Modifying the Database Structure Unit F: Creating Multiple Table Queries Unit G: Enhancing Forms Unit H: Analyzing Data with Reports Unit I: Importing and Exporting Data Unit J: Analyzing Database Design Using Northwind Unit K: Creating Advanced Queries Unit L: Creating Advanced Reports Unit M: Managing Database Objects Unit N: Creating Macros Unit O: Creating Modules and VBA Unit P: Maintaining the Database

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