Learn how to build a professional app quickly to manage data

Course Overview:

The need for databases in increasingly growing. Microsoft Access database is one of the popular databases used in the industry today.
The Microsoft Access 2013 database can help you store and track a variety of information, such as inventory, contacts, or business processes. Logistically, it combines the relational Microsoft Jet Database Engine with a graphical user interface and software-development tools, and is a member of the Microsoft Office suite of applications.
Take your data management to the next level! This course will show you how to harness the full power of Microsoft Access 2013. You will learn how to create and customize tables and have the opportunity to build relationships between your tables to eliminate redundancies and slash data entry time as well as discover how to achieve huge reductions in data entry errors by setting default values, creating validation rules, and building input masks. In addition, you will have the opportunity to make your database more user-friendly smart lists and other sophisticated controls. Learn how to start automating routine tasks with labor-saving macros. You will also receive tips and techniques for optimizing your database, including ways to build crosstab and summarize queries so you can access information quickly and easily as well as outer table joins that can make you queries more effective and reports using conditional formatting to highlight key data points.

Uses of Access Database:

MS Access is used extensively in business for data management and storage. It is widely used to track and manage information company information so customers, contact details, order numbers and the like. It’s ability to hold, manage, present and summarise very large amounts of data quickly and simply mean that it is very widely used.
It contains a number of very useful templates which can save a lot of set up time for new databases. It contains a very good template for a CRM system which Access is frequently used to create. If you are looking to create a new CRM system which doesn’t have any strange requirements then it can now let you do so very quickly and it has improved a number of areas, like autocomplete, and offers a standardized framework which makes navigation significantly easier.

  • Prerequisites:
  • Basic knowledge in Microsoft Windows 7 or 8
  • Course Benefits
  • Course Manual
  • Course Completion Certificate
  • Who should attend this course?
  • This course is appropriate for both those brand new to Microsoft Access or database technology, and for those who have been using Access database for their entire career wanting to improve their data management skills.
  • Learning Outcomes
  • Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:
  • Create a well-designed database to hold a collection of related data
  • Use complex queries to group and summarize data to meet business operational needs
  • Create a system of forms for the input and editing of the data
  • Effectively present data in printed form, using appropriate layouts and formatting, customized as necessary


Duration : One Month
Timing : 7:00pm to 9:00pm
Days : Three Days a Week (Alternate)
Course Fee : Rs.7,000/-
Student Benefits: Course Manual, Participation Certificate

Course Outline
  • Introduction
  • Objectives
  • Database Concepts
  • RDBMS: Relational Database Management System
  • Elements of an Access Database
  • Tables, Forms, Queries & Reports
  • A Database Plan
  • Tables
  • Access Field Types
  • Create Table with Table Design View
  • Creating Employee Database
  • Establishing Relationship
  • Field Properties
  • Fill in Default Values
  • Validation Rules
  • Check Data Against Input Masks
  • Valid Input Mask Characters
  • Format Property (Numbers)
  • Format Property (Date/Time)
  • Format Property (Text)
  • Lookup Values from a List or Table
  • Setting Table Properties
  • Forms
  • Understanding AutoForms
  • AutoForm: Columnar, Tabular, Datasheet
  • Create a Single Table Form with Wizard
  • Create a Multi Table Form with Wizard
  • The Form Design View Window
  • Properties Sheet Categories
  • Customize a Form’s Layout
  • Formatting Tips
  • Add Fields to a Form
  • Add Text to a Form
  • Show a Yes/No Field as Check Box
  • Use Combo Boxes and List Boxes
  • Use Pictures, Lines and Boxes in a Form
  • Use Tab Control
  • Change the Record Source of Form
  • Filters
  • Difference between Filters and Queries
  • Filter Records Using One Field
  • Filter By Selection
  • Filter Excluding Selection
  • Filter For
  • Filter by Form
  • Filter Using Multiple Fields and Values (AND) (OR)
  • Queries
  • Find Records with Select Queries
  • What is a query?
  • Types of Queries in Access
  • Creating Single Table Queries
  • Filtering and Sorting with Query By Example
  • Look for Special Criteria
  • OR Queries
  • AND Queries
  • Multi Table Queries
  • Create Calculated Fields
  • Parametric Queries
  • Summarize Data with Simple Query Wizard
  • Add Records from One Table to Another
  • Update Records
  • Delete Records with a Query
  • Reports
  • Options for Creating a New Report
  • Auto Reports (Columnar & Tabular)
  • The Report Wizard
  • A Single Table Report
  • A Multi Table Report
  • A Summary Report With Details
  • Customize Reports
  • Define A Calculated Field
  • Define A Summary Field
  • Switch Board
  • Creating a Switch Board with Switch Board Manager
  • Customizing Switch Boards
  • Creating Switch Board Menus
  • Setting Startup Options