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Microsoft Access Fundamentals

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Material Type: Tutorial
Technical Format: HTML/Text
Date Added to MERLOT: December 24, 2001
Date Modified in MERLOT: June 07, 2006
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Author: Mike Chapple Send email to Mike Chapple 
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Submitter : Jerry Isaacs

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Introduction to Microsoft Access

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Primary Audience: College General Ed
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Technical Requirements: Browser
Language: English
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Avatar for Ronghua Shan
10 years ago

Ronghua Shan (Faculty)

This site contains general introduction to Microsoft Access. It explains what a
database is and shows What a form or report lokks like in MS Access. The links
to related topics are helpful.

Technical Remarks:

The site doesn't demonstrate how to use MS Access to create a database and how a
form or report is created.

Avatar for LaDawn Meade
11 years ago

LaDawn Meade (Faculty)

The site is easy to navigate and the tutorials are broken into manageable sized
pages. The supporting images were good and relevant. I particularly liked the
big arrows pointing to a feature on the software that is introduced in the text.
More images might be useful for some students. The site also contains links
to tutorials on related topics. I only spent about 5 minutes browsing, but
intend to refer my students to the site.

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