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Lesson 1

Introduction to Access Advanced Features

This course is the fourth of a four-course series on Microsoft Access. This course gives a hands-on look at the most advanced features in Access 2000, Microsoft’s popular database program.
Microsoft Access is a very powerful database system, giving you features like no other program can. As with other systems, with power comes complexity. You can quickly get Access up and running using wizards. But once you have gone beyond where the wizards can take you, making Access perform more advanced tasks can become troublesome.
If you have been using Access for a while but feel you should be able to get more out of your database, this is the course for you.


Course objectives
After completing the course, you will be able to:
  1. Increase the referential integrity of your Access Databases
  2. Connect Access with the Web through a new feature called Data Access Pages
  3. Work with the more complex Access features for simple security, application settings, and other add-ins
  4. Automate tasks by using macros
  5. Share data between Access and other Microsoft Office applications
In the next lesson, we will examine the course prerequisites.