Access 2013 All-in-One For Dummies by Alison Barrows, Joseph C. Stockman, Allen G. Taylor

By Alison Barrows, Joseph C. Stockman, Allen G. Taylor

Microsoft entry helps you to shop, arrange, view, research, and percentage information; the hot unlock allows you to construct much more robust, customized database suggestions that combine with the net and company facts assets. This compilation of 9 indispensible minibooks is strictly what you must wake up to hurry at the most recent adjustments to entry. This easy-to-understand source offers either new and skilled entry clients with beneficial suggestion for connecting entry to SQL Server, manipulating information in the neighborhood, getting in control at the most modern gains of entry 2013, developing queries and macros, and lots more and plenty extra. From the fundamentals to complicated capabilities, this booklet is what you must make entry extra accessible.

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contains 9 minibooks that conceal such subject matters as database layout, tables, queries, types, stories, macros, database management, securing facts, programming with visible simple for functions (VBA), and utilizing entry with the web
is helping you construct database suggestions that combine with the internet and different firm facts solutions
deals lots of ideas, information, and tips to assist you get the main out of Access

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We do assume that you already know how to do some things, such as turn on your computer, and click and double-click things with your mouse. Maybe you can type with at least one finger. We also assume that you know what those key+key references such as Ctrl+Esc mean. ”) Also, we always use the term press to refer to something you do with the keyboard. ” Click, on the other hand, is something you do with the mouse pointer on your computer screen and the buttons on your mouse. How This Book Is Organized 3 We also assume (perhaps foolishly) that you know how to work menus — not that Access has many menus.

In a database for a small bookstore, for example, you might want to have one group for the objects that your purchase manager uses and another group for your bookkeeper. Here’s how you create those groups: Be sure to leave the Unassigned Objects category selected until you’ve assigned objects to their groups. 1. Right-click the title bar of the Navigation Pane or the empty space at the bottom of the Navigation Pane and choose Navigation Options from the contextual menu. You see the groups you created in Step 3, and the database objects appear in the Unassigned Objects group.

Switching views After you open an object, you can look at it in a different view. Here are several methods: ✦ Click the View button on the Home tab of the Ribbon. ) This button switches between the current view and the most recently displayed view. ✦ To choose among all the available views for the object, click the bottom half (the little arrow) of the View button and choose a view from the drop-down menu. ✦ Click one of the View shortcuts (shown in Figure 2-2) at the right end of the status bar, in the bottom-right corner of the Access window.

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