||Online Training Course
What's new in Access 2013?
Along with a new look and similar features you used in Access 2010, you will be introduced to the new web apps feature. In Access 2013 you can design your own or use templates to create apps that can be shared with your coworkers or friends.
Expert Jason Manibog will take you step-by-step through this course; starting with database management and navigation. Users will learn to use the tools provided in Access 2013 to design and maintain a basic database.
In 5 Sessions containing 13 Hours of interactive training, you will:
- Learn to create, modify, and personalize objects
- Learn to work independently or in collaboration with others on database projects
- Learn new web apps feature
- Create and/or modify a simple Access database
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