9780619268114

New Perspectives on Microsoft Office Access 2003, Comprehensive, Second Edition

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  • ISBN13:

    9780619268114

  • ISBN10:

    0619268115

  • Edition: 2nd
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2/14/2005
  • Publisher: Cengage Learning
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Part of the New Perspectives series, this text offers a case-based, problem-solving approach and innovative technology to make learning Microsoft Access 2003 skills both meaningful and memorable for users. This Second Edition has been updated to include a variety of new material to keep your course up-to-date and engaging.

Table of Contents

Prefacep. v
File Managementp. 1
Read This Before You Beginp. 2
Managing Your Filesp. 3
Creating and Working with Files and Folders in Windows XPp. 3
Officep. 1
Read This Before You Beginp. 2
Using Common Features of Microsoft Office 2003p. 3
Preparing Promotional Materialsp. 3
Access: Level I Tutorialsp. 1
Read This Before You Beginp. 2
Introduction to Microsoft Access 2003p. 3
Viewing and Working with a Table Containing Employer Datap. 3
Creating and Maintaining a Databasep. 35
Creating the Northeast Database, and Creating, Modifying, and Updating the Position Tablep. 35
Querying a Databasep. 81
Retrieving Information About Employers and Their Positionsp. 81
Creating Forms and Reportsp. 129
Creating a Position Data Form, an Employer Positions Form, and an Employers and Positions Reportp. 129
Access: Level II Tutorialsp. 169
Read This Before You Beginp. 170
Enhancing a Table's Design and Creating Advanced Queriesp. 171
Making the Jobs Database Easier to Usep. 171
Creating Custom Formsp. 221
Creating a Multi-page Formp. 221
Creating Custom Reportsp. 287
Creating a Potential Income Reportp. 287
Integrating Access with the Web and with Other Programsp. 369
Creating Web-Enabled and Integrated Information for the Jobs Databasep. 369
Access: Level III Tutorialsp. 441
Read This Before You Beginp. 442
Using Action Queries and Defining Table Relationshipsp. 443
Enhancing User Interaction with the Overseas Databasep. 443
Automating Tasks with Macrosp. 489
Creating a User Interface for the Overseas Databasep. 489
Using and Writing Visual Basic for Applications Codep. 553
Creating VBA Code for the Overseas Database User Interfacep. 553
Managing and Securing a Databasep. 599
Managing and Securing the Overseas Databasep. 599
Enhancing an Investment Club Databasep. 1
Tracking Parking Permits and Violationsp. 7
Internship Program for Pontiac Collegep. 13
Relational Databases and Database Designp. 1
Tablesp. 2
Keysp. 3
Relationshipsp. 5
One-to-Onep. 6
One-to-Manyp. 6
Many-to-Manyp. 7
Entity Subtypep. 8
Entity-Relationship Diagramsp. 9
Integrity Constraintsp. 11
Dependencies and Determinantsp. 11
Anomaliesp. 14
Normalizationp. 15
First Normal Formp. 15
Second Normal Formp. 17
Third Normal Formp. 19
Natural, Aritificial, and Surrogate Keysp. 21
Microsoft Access Naming Conventionsp. 25
Summaryp. 28
Key Termsp. 28
Review Questionsp. 28
Glossary/Indexp. 1
Task Referencep. 18
Microsoft Office Specialist Certification Gridp. 23
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