Intermediate Access picks up where Access for Beginners left off. This time the focus is on more advanced query types, like union queries and crosstab queries, as well as how to add default values and validation rules to tables. And then the rest of the book focuses is on forms and reports and how to generate, customize, and format them.
By the time you finish Intermediate Access you should be able to work comfortably in Access on a daily basis.
If you've always wanted to learn Access and were a little intimidated, this is the series for you.
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Table of Contents
Introduction, Basic Terminology Recap, Overview of the Four Main Components of an Access Database, Tables: Default Values, Tables: Validation Rules, Queries: Including a Fixed Value in a Query, Queries: Writing a Simple Calculation into a Query, Queries: Troubleshooting Issues with Expressions, Queries: A SQL Crash Course, Queries: Union Queries, Queries: Crosstab Queries, Queries: Asking for User Input in a Query, Queries: A Brief Mention of Other Query Types, Forms: An Overview, Reports: An Overview, Forms and Reports: Views, Forms and Reports: Editing and Formatting Text Boxes, Forms and Reports: Editing and Formatting at the Document Level, Reports: Report Sections, Reports: Grouping Your Data, Reports: Sorting Your Data, Reports: Add Summary Values, Reports: Conditional Formatting, Print Preview, Other Tips and Tricks, Where To Go From Here, Conclusion, Index