Access 365 - Advanced

1 Hours, 43 Minutes
Delivery Method
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Access 365 Advanced will further build upon the topics covered in the Access 365 Introduction and Intermediate courses. Students will review how to improve the structure of an Access database, maintain an Access database, create backups, create and modify Navigation Forms, set startup options, split a database, configure security and multi-user environments, automate processes with VBA (Visual Basic for Applications), convert macros to VBA, and use Table Events.


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Course Objectives

    Improving the Structure of a Database, Maintaining a Database, Working with Navigation Forms and Startup Options, Configuring Access for Multiple Users, Automating Processes, Using Table Events


1 - Introduction
  • Introduction
2 - Improving the Structure of a Database
  • Using the Table Analyzer Wizard
  • Append Querying to Normalize a Table
  • Creating a Junction Table
3 - Maintaining a Database
  • Backing Up a Database
  • Using the Compact and Repair Database Tool
  • Using the Object Dependencies Tool
  • Using the Database Documenter Tool
  • Using the Analyze Performance Tool
4 - Working with Navigation Forms and Startup Options
  • Creating a Navigation Form
  • Modifying a Navigation Form
  • Setting the Startup Options
5 - Configuring Access for Multiple Users
  • Using the Database Splitter
  • Configuring Trusted Locations
  • Password Protecting a Database
  • Password Protecting Modules
  • Converting a Database to an ACCDE File
6 - Automating Processes
  • Understanding VBA Basics
  • Exploring Variables and Control Flow Statements
  • Exporting a Table or Query with VBA
  • Converting a Macro to VBA
7 - Using Table Events
  • Understanding Table Events
  • Using the Before Change Event Command
  • Using the After Update Event Command
8 - Conclusion
  • Course Recap