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Advantage Series : Microsoft Access 2003 : Complete

Advantage Series : Microsoft Access 2003 : Complete - 04 edition

Advantage Series : Microsoft Access 2003 : Complete - 04 edition

ISBN13: 9780072834345

ISBN10: 007283434X

Advantage Series : Microsoft Access 2003 : Complete by Sarah Hutchinson Clifford and Glen Coulthard - ISBN 9780072834345
Edition: 04
Copyright: 2004
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Publishing Company
Published: 2004
International: No
Advantage Series : Microsoft Access 2003 : Complete by Sarah Hutchinson Clifford and Glen Coulthard - ISBN 9780072834345

ISBN13: 9780072834345

ISBN10: 007283434X

Summary

The Advantage Series presents the Feature-Method-Practice approach to computer software applications to today's technology and business students. This series implements an efficient and effective learning model, which enhances critical thinking skills and provides students and faculty with complete application coverage.

Features

  • SimNet for Office 2003 Incorporate SimNet for Office 2003 into your classes! This simulated learning and assessment tool consists of a Learning Component as well as an Assessment Component, both of which are based on the MOS (Microsoft Office Specialist) Objectives.
  • Two Page Spread
  • Benefit : This feature will increase the modularity of the series by isolating to allow independent study of any given skill.
  • 3 Level--Hands On Exercises.
  • Feature-Method-Practice Pedagogy
  • Benefit : This approach will assure that each skill is covered in a complete and consistent manner.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

CHAPTER 1: WORKING WITH ACCESS 2003
CHAPTER 2: CREATING A DATABASE
CHAPTER 3: ORGANIZING AND RETRIEVING DATA
CHAPTER 4: PRESENTING AND MANAGING DATA
CHAPTER 5: WORKING WITH TABLES
CHAPTER 6: CREATING SELECT QUERIES
CHAPTER 7: CREATING ADVANCED QUERIES
CHAPTER 8: CREATING FORMS, REPORTS, AND PAGES
CHAPTER 9: DESIGNING COMPLEX FORMS, REPORTS, AND PAGES
CHAPTER 10: AUTOMATING AND EXTENDING ACCESS
APPENDIX: INTRODUCING VISUAL BASIC FOR APPLICATIONS

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