Microsoft Access Tutorial - Beginners Level 1 (Quick Start)

Summary

Introduction

In this video tutorial, I will show you how to use Microsoft Access for beginners. Microsoft Access is a Database Management Software that is great for storing information and creating relationships between that information. Microsoft Access allows you to quickly add fields to a table and then you can create forms, queries, and reports to help input more records or ask the questions you want answers to.

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Steps (14)

Step 1: Introduction

Step 2: What is Microsoft Access

Step 3: Create a blank database in Access

Step 4: A quick tour of the tabs and ribbon

Step 5: Create a table in Microsoft Access

Step 6: Adding fields to your table

Step 7: Add records in datasheet view

Step 8: Import records from excel spreadsheet

Step 9: Create a form in Microsoft Access

Step 10: Design view in a form

Step 11: Enter or modify records in a form

Step 12: Create a query in Microsoft Access

Step 13: Modify your query in design view

Step 14: Create a report in Microsoft Access

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