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Data is everywhere. Whether at the grocery store, office, laboratory, classroom, or ballpark, people are inundated in data: prices, schedules, performance measures, lab results, recipes, contact information, quality metrics, market indices, grades, and statistics.
Most job roles today involve some form of data management. In the case of data workers, it may be their primary job task. For some, such as research scientists and accountants, data management may be a strong component of the job. And for others, such as sales clerks or those in the skilled trades, data management may consist of an incidental job responsibility, for example, time reporting or recording a sale. Virtually everyone is affected in some way by the need to manage data.
A relational database application such as Microsoft® Office Access® 2016 can help individuals and organizations collect and manage large amounts of data. Access is a versatile tool. People can use it as a personal data management tool (for individual use alone), or use it as a construction set to develop applications for an entire department or organization. In this course, students will be introduced to Access 2016 to manage data, including creating a new database; constructing tables; designing forms and reports; and creating queries to join, filter, and sort data.
Students can also use the course to prepare for the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Certification exam for Microsoft Access 2016.
This course is suited for those using Microsoft Access 2016. This course will be taught using Microsoft Access 2016.
In this course, students should be presented with how to create and manage an Access 2016 database.
During this course, students will be presented with the following topics:
This course is designed for students who wish to establish a foundational understanding of Microsoft Office Access 2016, including the skills necessary to create a new database, construct data tables, design forms and reports, and create queries.
To be successful in this course, students should have end-user skills with any current version of Windows, including being able to start programs, switch between programs, locate saved files, close programs, and use a browser to access websites. For example, students can obtain this level of skills and knowledge by taking either of the following courses, or any similar courses in general Microsoft Windows skills:
Lesson 1: Getting Started with Access
Topic A: Orientation to Microsoft Access
Topic B: Create a Simple Access Database
Topic C: Get Help and Configure Options in Microsoft Access
Lesson 2: Working with Table Data
Topic A: Modify Table Data
Topic B: Sort and Filter Records
Lesson 3: Querying a Database
Topic A: Create Basic Queries
Topic B: Sort and Filter Data in a Query
Topic C: Perform Calculations in a Query
Lesson 4: Using Forms
Topic A: Create Basic Access Forms
Topic B: Work with Data on Access Forms
Lesson 5: Generating Reports
Topic A: Create a Report
Topic B: Add Controls to a Report
Topic C: Enhance the Appearance of a Report
Topic D: Prepare a Report for Print
Topic E: Organize Report Information
Topic F: Format Reports
Appendix A: Microsoft Office Access 2016 Exam 77-730
Appendix B: Microsoft Access 2016 Common Keyboard Shortcuts
This course provides existing .NET developers with practical information and labs that enables them to build solutions on the Microsoft SharePoint 2010 platform.
After completing this course, students will have been taught information how to:
This course is intended for professional developers who use Microsoft SharePoint 2010 in a team-based, medium-sized to large development environment. Members of the audience are experienced users of Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 SP1. The audience understands how to use the new features of SharePoint 2010 and Visual Studio 2010.
Before attending this course, students must have:
Module 1: Introduction to the SharePoint 2010 Development Platform This module describes the SharePoint 2010 development platform and the benefits and features that it offers to developers. Lessons
Lab: Developing with the SharePoint 2010 Object Hierarchy
After completing this module, students will be able to:
Module 2: Using SharePoint 2010 Developer Tools This module describes how to use development tools that are integrated with the SharePoint 2010 development platform, such as Visual Studio 2010 and SharePoint Designer 2010. Lessons
Lab: Using SharePoint 2010 Developer Tools
Module 3: Developing SharePoint 2010 Web Parts This module describes how to develop Web Parts for SharePoint 2010 solutions. Lessons
Lab: Creating SharePoint 2010 Web Parts by Using Visual Studio 2010
Module 4: Working with SharePoint Objects on the Server This module describes how to develop code that uses the server-side objects provided by the SharePoint 2010 development platform. Lessons
Lab: Creating and Manipulating Server-Side Objects
Module 5: Creating Event Receivers and Application Settings This module describes how to develop event receivers and manipulate application settings for SharePoint 2010 solutions. Lessons
Lab: Creating Event Receivers and Web.Config Modifications
Module 6: Developing Solutions by Using Business Connectivity Services This module describes how to develop solutions that access external data by using Business Connectivity Services. Lessons
Lab: Building Business Connectivity Services Solutions
Module 7: Developing SharePoint 2010 Workflows This module describes how to develop workflows as part of SharePoint 2010 solutions. Lessons
Lab: Creating Workflows for SharePoint 2010
Module 8: Working with Client-Based APIs for SharePoint 2010 This module describes how to develop code that uses the client-side objects provided by the SharePoint 2010 development platform. Lessons
Lab: Developing .NET Applications by Using the SharePoint Client Object Model
Module 9: Developing Interactive User Interfaces This module describes how to develop server ribbon controls and client dialogs for the new user interface platform of SharePoint 2010. Lessons
Lab: Developing User Interface Components for SharePoint 2010 Solutions
Module 10: Developing Silverlight Applications for SharePoint This module describes how to develop Silverlight applications that are integrated with SharePoint 2010 data and solutions. Lessons
Lab: Developing Silverlight Applications by using the SharePoint Client Object Model
Module 11: Developing Sandboxed Solutions This module describes how to develop sandboxed solutions for SharePoint 2010. Lessons
Lab: Creating Sandboxed Solutions for SharePoint 2010
Module 12: Working with SharePoint Server Profiles and Taxonomy APIs This module describes how to develop code that uses the taxonomic and user profile services of the SharePoint 2010 development platform. Lessons
Lab: Working with User Profiles and Taxonomies Programmatically
Module 13: Developing Content Management Solutions This module describes how to develop code that uses the content management services of the SharePoint 2010 development platform. Lessons
Lab: Branding SharePoint Sites
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