Access 2010 Level 4
This course has been retired. Please view currently available User Microsoft Office Training Courses.
Integrating Access into Your Business (4 topics)
- Topic 1A: Import XML Data into an Access Database
- Topic 1B: Export Access Data to the XML Format
- Topic 1C: Export Data to an Outlook Address Book
- Topic 1D: Collect Data Through Email Messages
Automating a Business Process with VBA (4 topics)
- Topic 2A: Create a Standard Module
- Topic 2B: Develop Code
- Topic 2C: Call a Procedure from a Form
- Topic 2D: Run a Procedure
Managing Switchboards (3 topics)
- Topic 3A: Create a Database Switchboard
- Topic 3B: Modify a Database Switchboard
- Topic 3C: Set the Startup Options
Distributing and Securing Databases (5 topics)
- Topic 4A: Split a Database
- Topic 4B: Implement Security
- Topic 4C: Set Passwords
- Topic 4D: Convert an Access Database to an ACCDE File
- Topic 4E: Package a Database with a Digital Signature
Sharing Databases Using a SharePoint Site (5 topics)
- Topic 5A: Export a Table to a SharePoint List
- Topic 5B: Import Data from a SharePoint List
- Topic 5C: Publish a Database to a SharePoint Site
- Topic 5D: Move a Database to a SharePoint Site
- Topic 5E: Work Offline
- To ensure the successful completion of Microsoft Office Access 2010: Level 4, the following courses or equivalent knowledge is recommended: Microsoft Office Access 2010: Levels 1, 2 and 3 (DAC10L1, DAC10L2, DAC10L3).
- An understanding of relational database concepts
- Knowledge of data formats including XML
- Create and populate forms with basic controls
- Understand database distribution and security concepts
- Awareness of the VBA development environment
The courses below may help you meet the knowledge level required to take this course.
Microsoft Access Introduction
Examine the basic database concepts, and create and modify databases and their various objects with this 2-day Access Introduction training course.
Microsoft Access Advanced
This 2-day course provides the skills required for advanced report design and database management with Microsoft Access.