April 15, 22 and 29, Fridays, 9a-noon, $95+, New River Campus
A database stores data, allows it to easily be manipulated by running queries or reports and also makes creating forms for easy data input. Access is a database application that serves these functions. Learn to maintain a database, create tables concentrating of relationships, and then explore running reports, queries and forms. Running a report displays particular information that you request of your database; Creating a query is like filtering specifics to answer a specific question (in a business, how many of my customers are buying red cell phones vs. blue ones?); and lastly, a form allows ease of entering data (think of an online form used to make a purchase).
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