Microsoft Access 2013 Intermediate: One-from-Many Relationships

Microsoft Access 2013 Intermediate: One-from-Many Relationships
Project: Create a Combo Box with the Wizard.

Intermediate Access Objectives
In this lesson, you will learn how to:
1. Create a new Table to use as a Record Source for a Combo Box Control.
2. Use the Combo Box Wizard to create a Bound Drop Down Control.
3. Edit the Combo Box with the Property Sheet.

Another Computer Mama Guide:

If you wish to prepare for Certification Exam 77-424: Microsoft Office Access 2013 this course will help you build the skills and knowledge you need.
• Step-by-step video demonstrations
• Companion eBook with detailed instructions
• Sample databases
• Practice, Quizzes and Skill Test

All materials for this program are available online.

In Microsoft Access, you’ll cover basic through advanced topics, including:
• Learn how to navigate the online course and submit your assignments
• Understand the purpose of Tables and how they are used in a database
• Edit the Form Properties to help Users navigate the Form Fields and enter data
• Learn how to design Queries and use Queries to lookup records in the Tables
• Use Query Criteria and Parameter Queries to select specific records in the Tables
• Learn how to design and modify Reports in Layout and Design Views
• Learn how to manage Database files: Save and Save As

The Microsoft Access 2013 Certification Training Program is part of the Microsoft Business Certification program: Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS). MOS certification is the globally recognized standard for validating expertise with the Microsoft Office 2013 suite.

Students who wish to prepare for Microsoft Certification Exam 77-424: Microsoft Office Access 2013 will find beginning through advanced lessons that demonstrate these required MOS topics.

This course teaches the objectives for the following certification tests:
Expert Certification:
Access® 2013: Exam 77-424



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