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Webinar: A gentle, human intro to Access 2013

Need a quick tutorial on Access 2013? Here’s your chance. You’ll learn how to create your first database in no time. First, we’ll go over the two kinds of databases you can create: browser-based Access apps and desktop databases. Then we’ll show you how easy it is to download a template–a readymade database with all the parts in place.

You just fill it out and you’re good to go. From there, we’ll step you through the basic parts of a database: tables, queries, reports, forms and macros.

Want a sneak peek? Here’s a 30-second trailer.

What you will learn at Tuesday’s webinar

  • How to identify the two types of databases: Access apps and desktop
  • How to open a database template and fill it out with your own data
  • How to identify the five database objects of a database

References for this webinar

Go to http://aka.ms/offweb for more information on how to join the series.

–Colin Wilcox

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