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Microsoft Access Level IV


Learn how to develop an application and tie the objects together into a cohesive system.

Course Outline/Topics

Course Content Microsoft Access Level IV

Lesson 1: Integrating Access into Your Business

Export Data to an Outlook Address Book

Collect Data Through Email Messages

Lesson 2: Automating a Business Process with VBA

Create a Standard Module

Develop Code

Call a Procedure from a Form

Run a Procedure

Lesson 3: Managing Switchboards

Create a Database Switchboard

Modify a Database Switchboard

Set the Startup Options

Lesson 4: Distributing and Securing Databases

Split a Database

Implement Security

Set Passwords

Convert an Access Database to an ACCDE File

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Access 2007/2010 - Level III (or equivalent experience)
Due to the close similarities, this course will be taught from 2010 with differences of 2007 explained.

"Hannah always does such a great job and I get so much out of the courses she teaches! Thank you for offering this course! I really enjoyed Hannah's method of teaching. She instructs the students based on their individual needs."
students, 2013

Thu., June 18, 2015
Location: UWM School of Continuing Education (Click link for directions)
Instructor: Hannah Goodman
Enrollment Limit: 20
Program No. 5070-7374
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