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AIN100A Microsoft Access Level 1

  1. 1. Orange Coast Database Associates Course (800)355-9855 or http://ocdatabases.itgo.com AIN100A Introduction to Microsoft Access Level 1 Orange Coast Database Associates Specializing in Microsoft Office, Access, SQL, and related technologies Classes custom designed for Working Professionals http://ocdatabases.itgo.com San Juan Capistrano, CA (800)355-9855Accelerated Computer Training for Working Professionals Factory 2007 Case
  2. 2. AIN100A - Introduction to Access Quick introduction to Access for experienced Windows users P.O. Box 6142 Laguna Niguel, CA 92607 949-489-1472 http://www.dhdursoassociates.com1 Orange Coast Database Associates  Loose association of local University instructors and IT Professionals.  Started in 2004  Training – Public classes in San Juan Capistrano using standardized materials – Private classes for groups (typically on-site) and individuals  Consulting & Programming (incl. offshore)22 AIN100A Factory 1
  3. 3. AIN100A - Introduction to Access  Introduction (s)  Facilities  Course Packet (Contents may vary) – Student Questionnaire – PowerPoint handouts for all sessions – Evaluation form – Training certificate – Supplemental materials (Catalog, etc.)33 AIN100A Factory Books  Microsoft Access Plain & Simple; Curtis Frye  Microsoft Access Bible; Cary Prague  Available from major bookstores44 AIN100A Factory 2
  4. 4. 55 AIN100A Factory MS Access Introductory (100 Level) Curriculum AIN100 AIN100T Incl. A & B AIA101 AIN104 AIN102 AMP110 Reports Queries Macros & Forms66 AIN100A Factory 3
  5. 5. AIN100 – Introduction to Access  Quick pace for experienced windows users  Assumes no prior knowledge of Access  End-user, not programmer, oriented  Somewhat structured towards personal use for analysis and reporting  Two levels – Day 1 (AIN100A) and Day 2 (AIN100B)77 AIN100A Factory AIN100A - Introduction to Access I Course Topics:  Introduction  Tables  Data  Relationships  Filters  Queries  Reports I  Forms I  Switchboards(2007) or Navigation Forms (2010)88 AIN100A Factory 4
  6. 6. Introduction to Access Industry Standard Approach: Access has many ways to accomplish tasks. As an accelerated course we will cover only the most common. Tables Table Designer Queries Query designer Reports Wizard then modify Forms Wizard then modify Macros Macro Designer99 AIN100A Factory AIN100A - Introduction to Access I Course Format:  2 Sessions  Lecture  Demo  Student “hands-on” - by the end of the class the student will have constructed a small, functional application  Exercises are cumulative – later examples build on objects created earlier1010 AIN100A Factory 5
  7. 7. AIN100A - Introduction to Access I Course Schedule (2 sessions):  Session 1 – Introduction – Tables & Data – Filters  Session 2 – Queries – Reports I – Forms I – Switchboards/Navigation I1111 AIN100A Factory Note: we have a full day course (DBD201/AIN100T) on this important topic. Database Design – Critical Topic  What do I want? – (Outputs)  What have I got? – (Inputs)  What do I need to do to get there? – (Process)1212 AIN100A Factory 6
  8. 8. Define Your Needs First  Draw a PRODUCTS picture  Write a ORDERS description C.C. EMPLOYEES Toys1313 AIN100A Factory Summary  Introduced course topics and approach  Reviewed reference material  Touched on database design in preparation for next module14 7
  9. 9. Notes15 Notes16 8
  10. 10. Introduction to Microsoft Access Module Introduction to Access, Tables, and Relationships P.O. Box 6142 Laguna Niguel, CA 92607 949-489-1472 http://www.d2associates.com1 Factory Access Tables & Data Module Outline Three parts:  Topic 1: Introduction & Tables  Topic 2: Manipulating and sorting Tables  Topic 3: Relating Tables2 Access Tables & Data Factory
  11. 11. Module Hands On Students “hands-on”: – Create working folder with supplied files – Create a database – Create 3 tables (w/validation rules and masks) – Populate tables – Import and Export Tables – Create permanent links – Create a simple query – Compute calculated field(s) – Create a multi-table query with summary aggregates 3 Access Tables & Data Factory Introduction to Microsoft Access Part 1: Introduction to Access and Tables4 Factory Access Tables & Data
  12. 12. But first - Create Folder  Create a folder yourname (or similar) in My Documents – this is where your database and other files will go.  Optionally, copy in the labor.txt and employees.xls files from the instructor supplied location or CD.5 Access Tables & Data Factory Access Modes  Menu-driven interface - Interact with a database and its objects using menu commands  Program mode - Lets you store instructions in a VBA program file  This course concentrates on the menu interface but does cover macros which can be used to “program” a series of actions6 Access Tables & Data Factory
  13. 13. Database Terminology  Database – in Access a repository in which tables, reports, queries, and other objects are stored  Table – stores facts about one subject (entity)  Record - contains related information about an entity “instance”  Field - contains a fact about an entity  Relational Database - allows you to link records from two or more tables based on the contents of a common field. Access is a relational database.7 Access Tables & Data Factory Database Terminology (cont.)  Key - used to order, identify, and retrieve records in the database  Primary key - unique identifier for a particular record. Only one per table.  Index – like a book index. Speeds searches and joins. Can have many per table.  Table structure - the arrangement of information within a record, the type of characters, field length, limitations, etc.8 Access Tables & Data Factory
  14. 14. Database Terminology (cont.)  Object – used in database world as generic term for queries, reports, indexes, tables, etc. Not the same as programming object.  Form - paper-like method of accessing and entering data in a table  Query – retrieves information from Access tables  Report - provides the ability to arrange table data as well as to perform calculations and then print a paper-based report9 Access Tables & Data Factory Sample Application – Factory2000  Simple cost accounting application  Employees work on work orders  Clock labor hours for each work order10 Access Tables & Data Factory
  15. 15. Recording Factory2000 Labor Hours EmpNo fName lName Rate Wono Descr Hours 12 Bob Smith 15 A1 Casting 12 13 Mary Chavez 20 A1 Casting 22 14 Alicia Parks 25 B3 Ass’ly 15 14 Alicia Parks 25 C2 Screws 18 What problems do you see with this approach?11 Access Tables & Data FactoryFactory2000 Relational Database Structure EmpNo fName lName Rate MgrNo Wono Descr Std 12 Bob Smith 15 13 A1 Casting 30 13 Mary Chavez 20 B3 Fitting 50 14 Alicia Parks 25 12 C2 Screws 70 employees Work_orders EmpNo Wono Start End Hours 12 A1 1/1/01 1/31/01 20 14 C2 2/1/01 2/28/01 42 Labor 14 B3 1/1/01 2/28/01 4012 Access Tables & Data Factory
  16. 16. Creating a Database  Ways to create a database – Create a database using an Access template or Wizard – (not always recommended) – Create a blank database and then insert your own objects – we will use this method in this course13 Access Tables & Data Factory Creating an Access Database Create the database in your desktop folder with a meaningful name14 Access Tables & Data Factory
  17. 17. Creating a Table  Click new from tables tab  Naming a Table – Up to 64 “standard” characters can be used – Do not use an extension – No leading spaces or control characters, in fact try to avoid spaces altogether  Add fields one by one  Set Field Properties in Field Properties box15 Access Tables & Data Factory Designing Fields  Field Type – text, datetime, number, etc.  Field Width – 10 characters, etc.  Caption – “Column title” for display  Format – Determines how the field is displayed (long date, short date, etc.)  Click toolbar key symbol to make primary key  Set indexed for secondary keys, required, etc.16 Access Tables & Data Factory
  18. 18. Setting Properties in the Table Designer17 Access Tables & Data Factory Hands On - Create Tables  Employees  Work_Orders  Labor18 Access Tables & Data Factory
  19. 19. Employees Table Definition (Instructor led)  EmpNo text(2), primary key  Fname text(10)  Lname text (15), required  Rate currency, required  MgrNo text(2) All with captions19 Access Tables & Data Factory Work_Orders Table Definition (On your own)  WoNo text(2), primary key  Descr text(15)  StdHrs number(single,2), required  Accum number(single,2), required Add captions, too20 Access Tables & Data Factory
  20. 20. Labor Table Definition (On your own)  EmpNo text(2), primary key  WoNo text(2), primary key  Start datetime, required  End datetime  Hours number(single,2) Add captions, too21 Access Tables & Data Factory Field Validation & Masks  Add some validations – Test a numeric field for > 0 – Try checking one field against another – Etc.  Add captions if not added already  Add an input mask  Change a display format  Etc.22 Access Tables & Data Factory
  21. 21. Datasheets  Datasheet window - displays the contents of a table in a spreadsheet-like format – Each row contains a record – Each column contains a field  Speedbar - appears at the bottom of the window and is used to navigate through the records in a table23 Access Tables & Data Factory Datasheet View24 Access Tables & Data Factory
  22. 22. Entering & Editing Records  Enter table data from the handouts or use your own data25 Access Tables & Data Factory Employees Table Data26 Access Tables & Data Factory
  23. 23. Work_Orders Table Data27 Access Tables & Data Factory Labor Table Data28 Access Tables & Data Factory
  24. 24. Printing a Table  Access allows you to create “quick and dirty” reports by printing the datasheet – A row/column presentation is used – Field names appear along the top – Records are rows – Fields are columns – A grid is printed around each field29 Access Tables & Data Factory Manipulating the Datasheet  Gridlines – controlled by Cells Effects dialog box  Can control background color, fonts, etc.  Fields can be resized and moved  Also, hidden and locked like a spreadsheet30
  25. 25. Record Pointer  Record pointer (thick black arrow head) helps you keep track of where you are in a table  The character is used in the left-hand table cells to indicate the pointer location  The pointer moves by using keyboard, scrollbar, or speedbar commands  => Changes are saved when you move to next record31 Find Command  Use the Edit | Find command sequence or click the Find toolbar button  Either command activates the Find in field dialog box  Searches can have “Wildcards” (in fact sophisticated Unix style searches are available)32
  26. 26. One Field Sort  Select the column to be used in the sort  Click the desired Sort Ascending or Descending toolbar button33 Multiple Field Sort  Filter - used to sort data or restrict records shown  Use Records | Filter | Advanced Filter/Sort command sequence  Activates the filter window  Specify the fields and sort order  Execute by clicking the Apply Filter/Sort button of the toolbar34
  27. 27. Introduction to Microsoft Access Topic 3 Relating Tables35 Factory Access Tables & Data Relating Tables  Command sequence – Tools | Relationships  Parent table - table used as the main table for a relationship  Child table - the related table, often has several records for each record in the parent table36 Access Tables & Data Factory
  28. 28. Referential Integrity  Referential integrity - makes certain that related records are present  Orphan record - a child record without a corresponding parent record37 Access Tables & Data Factory Table Links  In this context means relate two or more tables on columns of data  Permanent link – – established using the Relationships command – is always in effect once defined  Transient link - defined using the query-by- example feature of Access38 Access Tables & Data Factory
  29. 29. Creating a Permanent Link Drag from PK to FK39 Access Tables & Data Factory Create Permanent Links Link all Factory2000 tables Enforce referential integrity Normal, default joins for now40 Access Tables & Data Factory
  30. 30. Permanent Links41 Access Tables & Data Factory Introduction to Microsoft Access End of Module P.O. Box 6142 Laguna Niguel, CA 92607 949-489-1472 http://www.d2associates.com42 Factory Access Tables & Data
  31. 31. Notes43 Notes44
  32. 32. Microsoft Access Module: Queries P.O. Box 6142 Laguna Niguel, CA 92607 949-489-1472 http://www.d2associates.com1 Factory Access - Accelerated Queries Module Hands On Students “hands-on”: – Create a simple query – Create a multi-table query – Create calculated fields – Create a summary query – Concatenate fields – Create a parameter query2 Access - Accelerated Queries Factory
  33. 33. Creating a Query  Activate the Create tab of the Database window  Click the Query Design button  Interact with the dialog boxes3 Access - Accelerated Queries Factory Query Results  Results placed in a dynaset in a window  Dynaset can be used like a regular table – Most useful when you work with fields from several tables – Any changes that are made to a dynaset field are also made to the original record4 Access - Accelerated Queries Factory
  34. 34. Query Design Window  QBE grid - controls which fields appear in the dynaset  Parts of the grid – Field - contains the name of the field – Table - contains the field’s table name – Sort - controls the order of displayed data – Show - displays a field in the dynaset – Criteria - enter a condition to display selected records5 Access - Accelerated Queries Factory Criteria  Logical Comparison Operators – <, >, =, =<, >=. <>  Special Operators – LIKE – IS NULL – BETWEEN – IN  Special characters – [ square brackets around names] – (parentheses around function arguments) – # pound sign around dates#6 Access - Accelerated Queries Factory
  35. 35. Like (“Wild Card Matches”)  ANSI standard  Microsoft Access  Where  Where customer_last_name like customer_last_name like “Jo%” “Jo*”  Like “Jo_”  Like “Jo?” • * means match any string of characters; ? means match one character. • Access actually allow more sophisticated Unix type search patterns as well – see help7 Access - Accelerated Queries Factory Create a Simple Query  Use Work_Orders table  Show fields: all except accum  Sort by WoNo  Only records where description contains an “s”  Save your query as qrySimple8 Access - Accelerated Queries Factory
  36. 36. Simple Query (Find all records with an “S in the description field) Query by Example (QBE) Grid9 Access - Accelerated Queries Factory Joining Tables  Tables can be joined for performing a query – Must have a common field – Linking in QBE grid performed via a drag operation – Join types: inner, left outer, right outer – Use show tables dialog to bring up list of tables10 Access - Accelerated Queries Factory
  37. 37. Joining two Tables Drag from PK to FK Double Click table name to add11 Access - Accelerated Queries Factory Create a multi-table query  Join Labor and Employees  Show following fields: all from labor, fname, lname and rate from employees  Sort by empno then wono  Save your query as qryLaborDetail12 Access - Accelerated Queries Factory
  38. 38. Multi-table Query Design13 Access - Accelerated Queries Factory Multi-table Query Results14 Access - Accelerated Queries Factory
  39. 39. Calculated Fields  Can embed calculations in a query  Creates a new temporary field which appears in the dynaset  Store your calculations there  Can use an expression “builder” to help15 Access - Accelerated Queries Factory Query with Calculated Field (use the builder)16 Access - Accelerated Queries Factory
  40. 40. Query with Calculated Field  Use qryLaborDetail  Add a calculated field which shows the cost of a labor ticket  Save your query as qryLaborDetail_217 Access - Accelerated Queries Factory Query with Calculated Field Results18 Access - Accelerated Queries Factory
  41. 41. Concatenated Fields  Can “add” two character fields together  Use & operator  Example: fname & “ “ & lname19 Access - Accelerated Queries Factory Concatenated Fields  Create a new labordetail query  Add a column with the employee’s full name  This can be used later in reports, etc.  Save your query as qryLaborDetail_320 Access - Accelerated Queries Factory
  42. 42. Concatenated Fields Results21 Access - Accelerated Queries Factory Summarizing Columns  SQL aggregate functions – Sum – Count – Avg – Etc.  Activated by clicking the Total toolbar button  Adds a Total line to the QBE query grid  All selected columns must be in group by or an aggregate22 Access - Accelerated Queries Factory
  43. 43. Query with Aggregate23 Access - Accelerated Queries Factory Query with Aggregate  Modify qryLaborDetail2  Drop work order fields  Sum the hours and cost  Save your query as qryLaborGrouped24 Access - Accelerated Queries Factory
  44. 44. Query with Aggregate Results25 Access - Accelerated Queries Factory Parameter Queries  Accept a variable when run Order No parameter26 Access - Accelerated Queries Factory
  45. 45. Parameter Queries  Create a parameter query  Base on qryLaborDetail_3  Show all fields  Prompt for order no  Save as qryParam27 Access - Accelerated Queries Factory Parameter Query Results28 Access - Accelerated Queries Factory
  46. 46. Accelerated Introduction to Access End of Module P.O. Box 6142 Laguna Niguel, CA 92607 949-489-1472 http://www.d2associates.com29 Factory Access - Accelerated Queries Notes30 Access - Accelerated Queries Factory
  47. 47. Notes31 Access - Accelerated Queries Factory Notes32 Access - Accelerated Queries Factory
  48. 48. Microsoft Access Module - Basic Reports P.O. Box 6142 Laguna Niguel, CA 92607 949-489-1472 http://www.d2associates.com1 Factory Access - Reports & Forms Module Hands On Students “hands-on”: – Create a summary report – Format the report – Add conditional formatting2 Access - Reports & Forms Factory
  49. 49. Creating reports  Two basic methods: – Report Wizard – Report Designer  Common approach is to start w/ the Wizard then modify the result3 Access - Reports & Forms Factory Report Wizard  Building a Report by Using a Report Wizard – Use the Report tab of the database window – Can base report on table or query – Report Wizard - a series of dialog boxes that steps you through the process of building a report4 Access - Reports & Forms Factory
  50. 50. 5 Access - Reports & Forms Factory Report Wizard  After selecting the table or query you give the Wizard additional information… – Grouping – for summaries, etc. – Sorting – for sort order within group, plus which summary function to use – Format and style6 Access - Reports & Forms Factory
  51. 51. Report Wizard  Create a labor report – Use qryLaborDetail query – Select wono, empno, fname, lname, hours – Group by wono – Use summary options: sum hours, – Layout and style to taste – Save as rptLabor7 Access - Reports & Forms Factory Report Design Window  Menu Bar and Toolbar Rulers - vertical and horizontal  Report Layout  Toolbox  Field List Box - used for adding fields to a report template  Properties Sheet or Section Detail Sheet - controls the appearance of a report object  Scroll Bars8 Access - Reports & Forms Factory
  52. 52. Report Designer9 Access - Reports & Forms Factory Redesigning a Report  Able to move field and title boxes around the design template via a drag operation  Able to resize the report bands using selection handles  Able to add additional titles using label control  Able to align text as well as change the font and size of type used  Can add background fill effects, etc.10 Access - Reports & Forms Factory
  53. 53. Report Designer  Open rptLabor in design view – Format headings – Remove extra subtotal row and reduce band height – Fill title with grey background – Etc. – Save with same name (rptLabor)11 Access - Reports & Forms Factory Report Designer Results12 Access - Reports & Forms Factory
  54. 54. Report Designer  Adding Fields – Use toolbox, or – Drag and drop from field list – Set control source on property sheet if appropriate(see below) – Put SQL function around the control source for aggregate fields  Two types – Bound – Unbound (no control source)13 Access - Reports & Forms Factory Report Designer Function14 Access - Reports & Forms Factory
  55. 55. Report Designer  Adding a new cost column  We will do this in the AIN100B course15 Access - Reports & Forms Factory Full Work Orders Report Results16 Access - Reports & Forms Factory
  56. 56. Conditional Formatting  Format, Conditional Formatting commands from Menu Bar  Can be used for forms or reports – Examines the contents of a field – Based upon field’s contents able to specify:  Font/Font size/Font color  Background color  Text attributes (boldface, underline, italics)  Try flagging stdhrs >= 7017 Access - Reports & Forms Factory Microsoft Access Module - Reports P.O. Box 6142 Laguna Niguel, CA 92607 949-489-1472 [End of Module] http://www.d2associates.com18 Factory Access - Reports & Forms
  57. 57. Notes19 Access - Reports & Forms Factory Notes20 Access - Reports & Forms Factory
  58. 58. Introduction to Microsoft Access Module - Basic Forms P.O. Box 6142 Laguna Niguel, CA 92607 949-489-1472 http://www.d2associates.com1 Factory Access - Reports & Forms Module Hands On Students “hands-on”: – Build two simple data entry forms – Create a sub-form – Build a master-detail form from above forms2 Access - Reports & Forms Factory
  59. 59. Forms  Form - provides for customized data entry instead of using the datasheet window  Also used to establish criteria for reports and queries  Found on the Forms tab of the database window  Form Wizards - a series of dialog boxes prompting you about your form requirements3 Access - Reports & Forms Factory Form Wizard  Specify source table or query, fields, etc. (again, note fields can be bound or unbound)  Generally pick columnar style  Modify or preview result  Numerous properties can be set – Format (Appearance, scroll bars, etc.) – Data (recordsource, etc.) – Event (These can call macros and program code) – Other4 Access - Reports & Forms Factory
  60. 60. 5 Access - Reports & Forms Factory Form Wizard (Instructor Led)  Build a simple data entry form based on the employees table – Modify the form when click finish – Set the caption property to “Maintain Employee Information” – Make text labels “semi-bold” – Size the form as desired – Set record selector to “NO” if desired – Save as frmEmployees6 Access - Reports & Forms Factory
  61. 61. Basic Employees form7 Access - Reports & Forms Factory Form Wizard (On your own)  Build a simple data entry form based on the work_orders table – Modify the form when click finish – Set the caption property to “Work Orders” – Make text labels “semi-bold” – Size the form as desired – Set record selector to “NO” if desired – Save as frmWork_Orders8 Access - Reports & Forms Factory
  62. 62. Basic Work Orders Form9 Access - Reports & Forms Factory Form Designer  Design surface for forms  Add controls from toolbox  Some controls themselves have wizards which can invoke certain actions (run query, open report, etc)10 Access - Reports & Forms Factory
  63. 63. 11 Access - Reports & Forms Factory Form Designer  We will build a criteria selection form for the parameter query qryParam (using design view) in the AIN100B course.12 Access - Reports & Forms Factory
  64. 64. Criteria Selection Form Results13 Access - Reports & Forms Factory Subforms  Same idea as sub reports  Main form uses parent table; sub form uses child table  Several ways to create them – Create sub form first, drag and drop to main form – Use subform/subreport control – Create with form wizard directly14 Access - Reports & Forms Factory
  65. 65. Subforms  Same idea as sub reports  Main form uses parent table; sub form uses child table  Make sure you have a permanent link  Create sub form first, drag and drop to main form  Can also create with form wizard directly15 Access - Reports & Forms Factory Typical Subform16 Access - Reports & Forms Factory
  66. 66. Subforms  Create a subform named sfrmLaborDetail – Use the form wizard – Base on qryLaborDetail_3 query – Pick tabular style (like a table or spreadsheet grid)17 Access - Reports & Forms Factory Labor Detail Subform18 Access - Reports & Forms Factory
  67. 67. Subforms  Modify the frmWork_Orders form. It will be the new main form – Drag and drop the sub form sfrmLaborDetail – Remove extraneous labels – Size and format as you like – Save as frmWork_OrdersDetail19 Access - Reports & Forms Factory Placing a subform on a main form20 Access - Reports & Forms Factory
  68. 68. Note link master and link child21 Access - Reports & Forms Factory Work Orders Detail Form22 Access - Reports & Forms Factory
  69. 69. Sub Forms via the Wizard  Sub Forms can also be built automatically  Select parent table fields  Then child table fields  The child table will go in the subform23 Access - Reports & Forms Factory Main and sub forms via Wizard (Instructor Demonstration)24 Access - Reports & Forms Factory
  70. 70. Introduction to Microsoft Access Module - Basic Forms P.O. Box 6142 Laguna Niguel, CA 92607 949-489-1472 [End of Module] http://www.d2associates.com25 Factory Access - Reports & Forms Notes26 Access - Reports & Forms Factory
  71. 71. Notes27 Access - Reports & Forms Factory Notes28 Access - Reports & Forms Factory
  72. 72. Microsoft Access Module – Navigation P.O. Box 6142 Laguna Niguel, CA 92607 949-489-1472 http://www.d2associates.com1 Factory Access Navigation Access navigation  Newer Access 2010 databases use the new Navigation forms  Older MDB databases still have the Switchboard Manager tool available2 Access Navigation Factory
  73. 73. Creating a Navigation form  Select the desired style3 Access Navigation Factory Navigation Forms  Drag and drop forms and reports one by one4 Access Navigation Factory
  74. 74. Adjust properties  Adjust properties as desired and save as frmNavigation5 Access Navigation Factory Set startup options (File | Options)  Set the Access options to open the navigation form when it starts up6 Access Navigation Factory
  75. 75. Navigation Form  Create a navigation form for your application7 Access Navigation Factory Switchboards  Create via a switchboard manager tool  Creates a tree of launch forms – main form is called switchboard and is placed with your other form objects8 Access Navigation Factory
  76. 76. Launching Switchboard Manager9 Access Navigation Factory Switchboard Manager  Yes – we want to create a new switchboard!10 Access Navigation Factory
  77. 77. Switchboard Manager11 Access Navigation Factory Switchboards  Create a switchboard for your application12 Access Navigation Factory
  78. 78. Microsoft Access End of Module P.O. Box 6142 Laguna Niguel, CA 92607 Please fill out and turn in your 949-489-1472 end-of-course evaluations. http://www.d2associates.com13 Factory Access Navigation Notes14 Access Navigation Factory
  79. 79. Notes15 Access Navigation Factory Notes16 Access Navigation Factory
  80. 80. Orange Coast Database Associates Course (800)355-9855 or http://ocdatabases.itgo.com Accelerated Computer Training Orange Coast Database Associates Specializing in Microsoft Office, Access, SQL, and related technologies Computer Training, Programming & Consulting 32422 Alipaz St., Suite A-15 San Juan Capistrano, CA (800)355-9855 (Toll Free) | (949)489-1472 (Direct) | (949)485-6284 (Fax) http://ocdatabases.itgo.com | info@ocdatabases.itgo.comAccelerated Computer Training for Working Professionals

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