Microsoft Office Access 2007
Introduction to MS Access Introduction to MS Access
Introduction to Data Tables
Introduction to Records
Desktop and Server Databases
Data Import/Export
Introduction to Controls Design
Details on Controls Design
Tables Characteristics
Forms Characteristics
Controls Characteristics
Data Controls
Windows Controls
Assistance With Data Entry
Introduction to Expressions
Assistance With Data Entry
Database Strings
Database Numeric Values
Database Conditional Values
Date and Time Values
Creating Reports
Characteristics of Reports
Introduction to Data Analysis
Sorting and Filtering Text
Sorting/Filtering Numbers
Operations on Data Analysis
Conjunction and Disjunction
Enhancing Queries
Data Analysis With Charts
Customizing Charts
Introduction to Relationships
Details on Data Relationships
Sectional and Tabbed Forms

Microsoft Access is an application used to create small and midsize computer desktop databases for the Microsoft Windows family of operating systems. It can also be used as a database server for a web-based application. It is also supported by ADO, ODBC, and the .NET Framework, etc.

This web site provides lessons on how to use Microsoft Office Access 2007 to create and manage databases. The lessons follow a step-by-step format with practical examples.

To follow these lessons, you must have Microsoft Office Access 2007 installed on your computer. The lessons are listed on the left side of this page. Below, the lessons are presented as topics.

The content of this web site is available for purchase as an ebook.

  General   Interface Design Objects
Fundamentals The Ribbon The Properties Window
Help The Navigation Pane Input Box
MCAS Topics Message Box
Tables Forms Reports Queries
Introduction Introduction Introduction Introduction
Datasheet View Dialog Boxes Grouping Records As a Record Source
Column in Datasheet Print Invoice
Column in Design View
Data Import/Export Records Relationships
MS SQL Server Data Entry
Microsoft Excel Find/Replace
Text Files Create With SQL
XML | HTML Update
Mail Merge Delete
Sorting Filtering SQL/Filter Operators
Introduction Introduction Introduction to SQL
Sorting on Forms Sorting/Filtering Numbers AND AS BETWEEN
Sorting Strings Filtering Strings IN IS LIKE
Sorting Date/Time Filtering Date/Time NOT NULL OR
Sorting/Filtering Boolean ORDER BY UNIQUE WHERE
Filtering By Form
SQL Operations
Splitting a Database Pseudo-Variables Order Entry Form
The Associates Georgetown Dry Cleaner Convenience Store
Countries Statistics Yugo National Bank Survey
Watts A Loan US Senate
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Created on Monday April 21, 2008
Resources for the lessons

These databases were part of Microsoft Access 97 installation. They were released again with Microsoft Access 2000 but without the sample values. Then, they were not released anymore. They are good databases for learning various things in database development (of course you can open them with Microsoft Office Access 2007 and convert them (you should Enable the security on each file)).

Address Book Household Inventory Recipes
Asset Tracking Inventory Control Resource Scheduling
Book Collection Ledger Service Call Management
Contact Management Membership Students and Classes
Donations Music Collection Time and Billing
Event Management Order Entry Video Collection
Expenses Picture Library Wine List

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