If you have outgrown Excel spreadsheets to run your business, it's time to move on to Access, a true database program. Learn more in this video.
- [Instructor] Access is a relational database … that is perfect to collect and organize your data. … If you're finding your Excel spreadsheets … are getting a little bit unwieldy to manage all your data, … then it's time to move into Access. … I've launched my local copy of Access, … and instead of using a blank template, … we're actually going to use a database … that I've already been manipulating, … called Landon Hotel Contacts. … I would highly recommend that you start off … using the pre-configured templates, … as you become familiar with Access. … You'll notice that these pre-configured templates … already have our tables, forms, and reports created for us. … This gives us the opportunity to become familiar … with the program, before we start … designing our own databases. … This popped open to the contact list. … Here, I can simply add in new contact. … And this is a generated form. … You'll notice that it looks nice and easy to use. … The contact list in this example is a generated form. …
- Troubleshooting account and startup issues
- Repairing Office apps
- Working with Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Power BI
- Creating diagrams with Visio
- Staying on top of tasks using Microsoft Project and Planner
- Configuring Outlook
- Communicating with Teams
- Working with OneDrive and SharePoint
- Sharing content with Sway and Stream
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Getting Users Started
4. Getting Things Done
6. Media Rich Apps
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