Webcast: Get a Handle on Big Data with Microsoft Access (XCBDMA17)
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Organizations of all sizes are being swamped with digital information. Many people try to store and analyze content using tools such as Microsoft Excel, but struggle with application functionality limitations. Learn how to control the informationby using Microsoft Access—a powerful database application. Learn the ins and outs of Access, including its primary components, tables, forms, queries and reports, as well as how to create a database, begin the process of storing information and wa

8/17/2017
When: 08/17/2017
12:00 PM until 2:00 PM
Where: Webcast
CALCPA
4173224Z
United States
Presenter: Karl Egnatoff, CPA


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Acronym XCBDMA17
CPE 2 hours
Vendor CalCPA
Category
Management
Level Beginning
Prerequisite Basic knowledge of the Microsoft Access application.
Adv Prep None
Yellow Book? No
Designed for Accounting and other business professionals who wish to enhance their Microsoft Access skills.
Registration
Member $60
CPA Non-Member $94

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Course Description

Organizations of all sizes are being swamped with digital information. Many people try to store and analyze content using tools such as Microsoft Excel, but struggle with application functionality limitations. Learn how to control the information by using Microsoft Access—a powerful database application.

Learn the ins and outs of Access, including its primary components, tables, forms, queries and reports, as well as how to create a database, begin the process of storing information and ways to import content quickly and easily into Access.

Materials are provided as an ebook.

Objectives

  • Determine why Access is beneficial to those working with electronic content.
  • Identify four primary component of Access.
  • Determine how to create an Access database that includes tables, and forms
  • Determine how to populate a database by connecting to external data.
  • Identify how to work with Access queries to filter, analyze and alter data.

Major Topics

  • Why use Access?
  • Creating a database that includes tables and forms.
  • Importing data into Access.
  • Working with Access queries.