Prentice Hall Test Prep Series: Microsoft Access 2002 MOUS Expert Level / Edition 2

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Overview

This book focuses on preparing the user to pass the associated Microsoft Office User Specialist (MOUS) certification exam. Its step-by-step tutorials show how to complete the required procedures in a clear, concise, and direct manner. The tutorials are organized to match the order of the skill sets and skills being measured as published on Microsoft's MOUS website. Skill sets include creating and using databases; creating and modifying tables, queries, and forms; viewing and organizing information; integrating with other applications; producing reports; defining relationships; operating Access on the web; using Access tools; and creating database applications. For MOUS Certification.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780130497857
  • Publisher: Pearson
  • Publication date: 9/25/2002
  • Series: Prentice Hall Test Prep Series
  • Edition description: 2ND
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 560
  • Product dimensions: 8.58 (w) x 10.86 (h) x 0.88 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction
About Access 2002 1
Open Access and Explore the Access Workspace 2
Use Access Help 5
A Brief Overview of Database Design 12
Ch. 1 Core Skill Set I: Creating and Using Databases 15
Skill 1.1 Create Access Databases 17
Skill 1.2 Open Database Objects in Multiple Views 32
Skill 1.3 Move Among Records 44
Skill 1.4 Format Datasheets 48
Ch. 2 Core Skill Set 2: Creating and Modifying Tables 57
Skill 2.1 Create and Modify Tables 58
Skill 2.2 Add a Predefined Input Mask to a Field 72
Skill 2.3 Create Lookup Fields 77
Skill 2.4 Modify Field Properties 82
Ch. 3 Core Skill Set 3: Creating and Modifying Queries 95
Skill 3.1 Create and Modify Select Queries 97
Skill 3.2 Add Calculated Fields to Select Queries 108
Ch. 4 Core Skill Set 4: Creating and Modifying Forms 115
Skill 4.1 Create and Display Forms 117
Skill 4.2 Modify Form Properties 127
Ch. 5 Core Skill Set 5: Viewing and Organizing Information 157
Skill 5.1 Enter, Edit, and Delete Records 158
Skill 5.2 Create Queries 170
Skill 5.3 Sort Records 177
Skill 5.4 Filter Records 187
Ch. 6 Core Skill Set 6: Defining Relationships 201
Skill 6.1 Create One-to-Many Relationships 203
Skill 6.2 Enforce Referential Integrity 214
Ch. 7 Core Skill Set 7: Producing Reports 223
Skill 7.1 Create and Format Reports 225
Skill 7.2 Add Calculated Controls to Reports 238
Skill 7.3 Preview and Print Reports 248
Ch. 8 Core Skill Set 8: Integrating with Other Applications 257
Skill 8.1 Import Data to Access 258
Skill 8.2 Export Data from Access 268
Skill 8.3 Create a Simple Data Access Page 273
Ch. 9 Expert Skill Set 1: Creating and Modifying Tables 289
Skill 1.1 Use Data Validation 290
Skill 1.2 Link Tables 294
Skill 1.3 Create Lookup Fields and Modify Lookup Field Properties 297
Skill 1.4 Create and Modify Input Masks 301
Ch. 10 Expert Skill Set 2: Creating and Modifying Forms 311
Skill 2.1 Create a form in Design view 313
Skill 2.2 Create a Switchboard and Set Startup Options 322
Skill 2.3 Add Subform Controls to Access Forms 333
Ch. 11 Expert Skill Set 3: Refining Queries 345
Skill 3.1 Specify Multiple Query Criteria 346
Skill 3.2 Create and Apply Advanced Filters 351
Skill 3.3 Create and Run Parameter Queries 354
Skill 3.4 Create and Run Action Queries 356
Skill 3.5 Use Aggregate Functions in Queries 362
Ch. 12 Expert Skill Set 4: Producing Reports 375
Skill 4.1 Create and Modify Reports 376
Skill 4.2 Add Subreport Controls to Access Reports 389
Skill 4.3 Sort and Group Data in Reports 393
Ch. 13 Expert Skill Set 5: Defining Relationships 409
Skill 5.1 Establish One-to-Many Relationships 410
Skill 5.2 Establish Many-to-Many Relationships 415
Ch. 14 Expert Skill Set 6: Operating Access on the Web 423
Skill 6.1 Create and Modify a Data Access Page 424
Skill 6.2 Save PivotTable and PivotChart Views to Data Access Pages 433
Ch. 15 Expert Skill Set 7: Using Access Tools 451
Skill 7.1 Import XML Documents into Access 452
Skill 7.2 Export Access Data to XML Documents 454
Skill 7.3 Encrypt and Decrypt Databases 457
Skill 7.4 Compact and Repair Databases 459
Skill 7.5 Assign Database Security 462
Skill 7.6 Replicate a Database 476
Ch. 16 Expert Skill Set 8: Creating Database Applications 485
Skill 8.1 Create Access Modules 486
Skill 8.2 Use the Database Splitter 494
Skill 8.3 Create an MDE File 498
Glossary 505
Index 511
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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 2, 2004

    There is no MOUS Expert Level exam for Access

    I am sure the book is excellent but the title is misleading. The only MOUS Access Certification available is the Core Cert.

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