Databases in MS Access

The database tools allow collecting, storage, handling and evaluation of different types of information. Using a database one can store data about persons, goods, services etc. In contrast to spreadsheet programs the databases usually uses several separate and interconnected tables to minimize duplicate records. The data can be easily accessed, managed and updated; regardless the database content is bibliographic, text, numeric or even graphical.

One of the tools to create and operate databases is Microsoft Office Access, a software product usually included in package MS Office. It offers standard objects to work with data including tables, forms, queries, reports, macros, modules etc. The theoretical information and principles of these objects are summarized in following presentations intended for preparation for practical exercises.

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 Databases in MS Access 11.10.2020 1.15 MB MEFANET user Creative Commons License
 Tables 7.10.2020 604.79 KB MEFANET user Creative Commons License
 Forms 26.11.2020 467.77 KB MEFANET user Creative Commons License
 Data selection 26.11.2020 526.16 KB MEFANET user Creative Commons License
 Reports 26.11.2020 321.24 KB MEFANET user Creative Commons License

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