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Access: Using Access to Organise your Data, Microsoft
Domain: A1 Knowledge base

Format of workshop: Information and Practical
Suitable for: All

Databases often store large amounts of tabular data which can then be easily processed. Microsoft Access provides a simple interface into your stored data allowing you to manipulate tables of information easily on-screen. Whilst this session is designed only as an introduction to processing information stored in Microsoft Access, some aspects of relational database design will be discussed. By the end of this session you will:
* have considered the design of a database table and simple relationships between tables when creating a relational database
* be able to create a table and relationships between tables in an Access database
* be able to use queries to extract subsets of information, defined by criteria to locate the required records, held in an Access table (or a series of related tables)

Presenters
Dr David Atkins


Sessions
31/01/2018 (Wednesday) / 09:30 - 12:30 / Training Room 2, 3rd Floor, Julian Hodge Building
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