MicrosoftAccess2007Tutorial(With 2003 Slide)
How to run the Program1. Press the Windowbutton2. Press all programs,or programs3. Search theMicrosoft Office Folder4. The...
Make NewSlideIf you are creating a newdatabase You will bepresented with five optionson the right-side menuMove your curso...
New Database (sheet)After selecting "Blank database",you will first be prompted tospecify a location and name for thedatab...
Data Base ComponentsTables: tables are where the actual data is defined and entered. Tables consist ofrecords (rows) and f...
Creating Tables in DesignViewThere are 3 type of creating Tables.Create Table in Design view will allow you to createthe f...
clicking on Create table in Design view displaysthe Table Design screen where you define fields foryour table.The screen i...
Primary KeyEach table in your databaseshould have a primary�key. A primary key is a�field that uniquely identifieseach rec...
DoneAs a final step, the tablemust be saved. Pull down theFile Menu to choose Save. Adialogue box will pop upwhere the nam...
DoneAs a final step, the tablemust be saved. Pull down theFile Menu to choose Save. Adialogue box will pop upwhere the nam...
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  1. 1. MicrosoftAccess2007Tutorial(With 2003 Slide)
  2. 2. How to run the Program1. Press the Windowbutton2. Press all programs,or programs3. Search theMicrosoft Office Folder4. Then “Click” theMicrosoft OfficeAccess
  3. 3. Make NewSlideIf you are creating a newdatabase You will bepresented with five optionson the right-side menuMove your cursor to thelower right-hand side toclick on Create a newfileyou can go to File->New, You will bepresented with fiveoptions on the right-side menuThan this will popup for you to use orcreate a new slidein Access.
  4. 4. New Database (sheet)After selecting "Blank database",you will first be prompted tospecify a location and name for thedatabase.In the NewDatabase dialog box, typein a name for the databaseand a location and click onCreate.
  5. 5. Data Base ComponentsTables: tables are where the actual data is defined and entered. Tables consist ofrecords (rows) and fields (columns).Queries: queries are basically questions about the data in a database. A queryconsists of specifications indicating which fields, records, and summaries youwant to see from a database. Queries allow you to extract data based on thecriteria you define.Forms: forms are designed to ease the data entry process. For example, you cancreate a data entry form that looks exactly like a paper form . People generallyprefer to enter data into a well-designed form, rather than a table.Reports: when you want to print records from your database, design a report.Access even has a wizard to help produce mailing labels.Pages: a data access page is a special type of Web page designed for viewingand working with data from the Internet or an intranet. This data is stored in aMicrosoft Access database.Macros: a macro is a set of one or more actions that each performs a particularoperation, such as opening a form or printing a report. Macros can help youautomate common tasks.Modules: a module is a collection of Visual Basic for Applications declarationsand procedures that are stored together as a unit.
  6. 6. Creating Tables in DesignViewThere are 3 type of creating Tables.Create Table in Design view will allow you to createthe fields of the table. It allows you to define the fieldsin the table before adding any data to the datasheet.This is the most common way of creating a table and isexplained in detail below.Create table by using wizard will walk you throughthe creation of a table.Create table by entering data will give you a blankdatasheet with unlabelled columns that looks much likean Excel worksheet.
  7. 7. clicking on Create table in Design view displaysthe Table Design screen where you define fields foryour table.The screen is divided into two parts: a top panefor entering the field name, data type, and anoption description of the field, and a bottompane for specifying field properties.Each table in your database should have a primary�key. A primary key is a field that uniquely identifies�each record in the database. In a database of bookcollection, there might be two books with the sameauthor so author is not a good primary key.
  8. 8. Primary KeyEach table in your databaseshould have a primary�key. A primary key is a�field that uniquely identifieseach record in thedatabase.In a database of bookcollection, there might betwo books with the sameauthor so author is not agood primary key.
  9. 9. DoneAs a final step, the tablemust be saved. Pull down theFile Menu to choose Save. Adialogue box will pop upwhere the name of the newtable should be specified.At this point, the new tablehas been created andsaved. Switch back to theAccess main screen bypulling down the File menuand choosing Close.
  10. 10. DoneAs a final step, the tablemust be saved. Pull down theFile Menu to choose Save. Adialogue box will pop upwhere the name of the newtable should be specified.At this point, the new tablehas been created andsaved. Switch back to theAccess main screen bypulling down the File menuand choosing Close.

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