Synopses & Reviews
For any course teaching application software using Microsoft Office 2003 applications. This series will appeal to students in a variety of disciplines including liberal arts, business, and the sciences.
This series gives the “how and why” of performing tasks in Office 2003. It provides new chapter opening case studies, real-world practice exercises; full business and integrated end of chapter cases, and expert topics of Microsoft Office 2003. More than two million students have used previous editions of this highly successful series!
Table of Contents
1. Introduction to Microsoft Access: What Is a Database?
2. Tables and Forms: Design, Properties, Views, and Wizards.
3. Information from the Database: Reports and Queries.
4. Proficiency: Relational Databases, External Data, Charts, and the Switchboard.
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