Microsoft Access 2016 Programming By Example

Microsoft Access 2016 Programming By Example

Author: Julitta Korol

Publisher: Mercury Learning and Information

ISBN: 9781944534509

Category: Computers

Page: 900

View: 956

Updated for Access 2016 and based on the bestselling editions from previous versions, Microsoft Access 2016 Programming by Example with VBA, XML and ASP is a practical how-to book on Access programming, suitable for readers already proficient with the Access user interface (UI). If you are looking to automate Access routine tasks, this book will progressively introduce you to programming concepts via numerous illustrated hands-on exercises. More advanced topics are demonstrated via custom projects. Includes a comprehensive disc with source code, supplemental files, and color screen captures (Also available from the publisher for download by writing to [email protected]). With concise and straightforward explanations, you learn how to write and test your programming code with the built-in Visual Basic Editor; understand and use common VBA programming structures such as conditions, loops, arrays, and collections; code a "message box"; reprogram characteristics of a database; and use various techniques to query and manipulate your Access .mdb and .accdb databases. The book shows you how you can build database solutions with Data Access Objects (DAO) and ActiveX Data Objects (ADO); define database objects and manage database security with SQL; enhance and alter the way users interact with database applications with Ribbon customizations and event programming in forms and reports. You also learn how to program Microsoft Access databases for Internet access with Active Server Pages (Classic ASP), HTML, and XML. Features: + Contains over thirty chapters loaded with illustrated hands-on exercises and projects that guide you through the VBA programming language. Each example tells you exactly where to enter code and how to test it and then run it. + Includes a comprehensive disc with source code, supplemental files, and color screen captures (Also available from the publisher for download by writing to [email protected]). + Explains how to store data for further manipulation in variables, arrays, and collections while teaching you to write both simple and complex VBA programming routines and functions. + Teaches you how to programmatically create and access database tables and fields. + Shows you how to insert, update, and delete data via programming code using various data access techniques. + Gets you proficient creating and running simple and parameterized queries against your Access databases. + Gets you comfortable using external data sources with Access (Excel, Word, flat files, XML, and SQL Server). + Teaches you how to take control of your forms and reports by writing programming code known as event procedures. + Shows you how to use various types of macros and templates. + Takes your programming skills to the Web by introducing you to dynamic XML and Classic ASP pages. On the disc: (Also available from the publisher for download by writing to [email protected]). + All source code and supplemental files for the Hands-On exercises and custom projects + All images from the text (including 4-color screenshots)

Microsoft Access 2016 Training Manual Classroom in a Book

Microsoft Access 2016 Training Manual Classroom in a Book

Author: TeachUcomp

Publisher: TeachUcomp Inc.

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 174

View: 610

Complete classroom training manuals for Microsoft Access 2016. Three manuals (Introductory, Intermediate, Advanced) in one book. 174 pages and 105 individual topics. Includes practice exercises and keyboard shortcuts. You will learn all about relational databases, advanced queries, creating forms, reporting, macros and much more. Topics Covered: Getting Acquainted with Access 1. Creating a New Database 2. Overview of a Database 3. The Access Interface 4. Touch Mode 5. Viewing Database Objects in the Navigation Bar 6. Opening and Closing Databases Creating Relational Database Tables 1. The "Flat File" Method of Data Storage 2. The Relational Model of Data Storage 3. Tips for Creating a Relational Database 4. Creating Relational Database Tables 5. Assigning a Primary Key to a Table Using Tables 1. Using Datasheet View 2. Navigating in Datasheet View 3. Adding Records in Database View 4. Editing and Deleting Records in Datasheet View 5. Inserting New Fields 6. Renaming Fields 7. Deleting Fields Field Properties 1. Setting Field Properties 2. The 'Field Size' Property 3. The 'Format' Property for Date/Time Fields 4. The 'Format' Property for Logical Fields 5. Setting Default Values for Fields 6. Setting Input Masks 7. Setting Up Validation Rules and Responses 8. Requiring Field Input 9. Allowing Zero Length Entries Joining Tables in a Database 1. The Relationships Window 2. Enforcing Referential Integrity 3. Creating Lookup Fields Indexing Tables 1. Indexes 2. Creating Indexes 3. Deleting Indexes Queries 1. Using the Simple Query Wizard 2. Designing Queries 3. Joining Tables in a Query 4. Adding Criteria to the QBE Grid 5. Running A Query 6. How is Using the QBE Grid Writing SQL Code? 7. Sorting Query Results 8. Hiding Fields in a Query 9. Using Comparison Operators 10. Using 'AND' and 'OR' Conditions Advanced Queries 1. Using the 'BETWEEN...AND' Condition 2. Using Wildcard Characters in Criteria 3. Creating a Calculated Field 4. Creating 'Top Value' Queries 5. Function Queries 6. Parameter Queries Advanced Query Types 1. Make-Table Queries 2. Update Queries 3. Append Queries 4. Delete Queries 5. Crosstab Queries 6. The 'Find Duplicates' Query 7. The 'Find Unmatched' Query Creating Forms 1. Forms Overview 2. The Form Wizard 3. Creating AutoForms 4. Using Forms 5. Form and Report Layout View 6. Form and Report Design View 7. Viewing the Ruler and Gridlines 8. The 'Snap to Grid' Feature 9. Creating a Form in Design View 10. Modifying Form Selections in Design View Form & Report Controls 1. Selecting Controls 2. Deleting Controls 3. Moving and Resizing Controls 4. Sizing Controls 'To Fit' 5. 'Nudging' Controls 6. Aligning, Spacing and Sizing Controls 7. Formatting Controls 8. Viewing Control Properties Using Controls 1. The Controls Group 2. Adding Label Controls 3. Adding Logos and Image Controls 4. Adding Line and Rectangle Controls 5. Adding Combo Box Controls 6. Adding List Box Controls 7. Setting Tab Order Subforms 1. Creating Subforms 2. Using the Subform/Subreport Control Reports 1. Using the Report Wizard 2. Using Basic Reports 3. Creating a Report in Design View 4. Sorting and Grouping Data in Reports 5. Creating Calculated Fields Subreports 1. Creating Subreports Charting Data 1. Using Charts Macros 1. Creating a Standalone Macro 2. Assigning Macros to a Command Button 3. Using Program Flow with Macros 4. Creating Autoexec Macros 5. Creating Data Macros 6. Editing Named Data Macros 7. Renaming and Deleting Named Data Macros Switchboard and Navigation Forms 1. Creating a Switchboard Form 2. Creating a Navigation Form 3. Controlling Startup Behavior Advanced Features 1. Getting External Data 2. Exporting Data 3. Setting a Database Password Helping Yourself 1. Using Access Help 2 The Tell Me Bar- 2016 Only

Microsoft Access 2016: The Complete Guide

Microsoft Access 2016: The Complete Guide

Author: Stewart Melart

Publisher: Conceptual Kings

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 100

View: 269

Microsoft has made many strides with the Access program since its invention. Over the years it has risen has one of the most dominant database programs with user-friendly features. Access 2013 is a part of the Office 2012 and so have similar commands and features as that of Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel. Information can easily be shared between Access and all other Microsoft programs. This guide provides a detailed look along with detailed steps on how to work in Access 2016 and the features that are commonly utilized.

Microsoft Access 2016: Learning the Basics

Microsoft Access 2016: Learning the Basics

Author: Bill Stonehem

Publisher: First Rank Publishing

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 40

View: 554

Microsoft Access is the popular Database Management System that was developed by Microsoft. It combines a powerful database engine with a great user interface which users appreciate. It is available as part of the Microsoft Office 2016 suite of applications and is available in standard and professional editions.

Microsoft Access 2016 Level 2 (English version)

Microsoft Access 2016 Level 2 (English version)

Author: AMC College

Publisher: Advanced Micro Systems Sdn Bhd

ISBN:

Category:

Page:

View: 393

PowerPoint 2016 is a visual and graphical application, primarily used for creating presentations. This manual provides a simple guideline to use PowerPoint such as create, view, and present slide shows that combine text, shapes, pictures, graphs, animation, charts, videos and etc.

New Perspectives Microsoft Office 365 & Access 2016: Comprehensive

New Perspectives Microsoft Office 365 & Access 2016: Comprehensive

Author: Mark Shellman

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 9781337017053

Category: Computers

Page: 752

View: 290

Now readers can develop the complete Microsoft Access 2016 skills needed to be successful in college or the business world beyond with the emphasis on critical-thinking, problem-solving, and in-depth coverage found in NEW PERSPECTIVES MICROSOFT OFFICE 365 & ACCESS 2016: COMPREHENSIVE. Updated with all-new case-based modules, this thorough edition clearly applies the basic and more advanced skills readers are learning to real-world situations, making the concepts even more relevant. A new Productivity Apps for School and Work module visually introduces Microsoft OneNote, Sway, Office Mix and Edge with fun, hands-on activities. NEW PERSPECTIVES MICROSOFT OFFICE 365 & ACCESS 2016: COMPREHENSIVE immediately demonstrates the importance of the extensive skills highlighted within each module. This edition focuses on strengthening learning outcomes and transferring the complete skills readers are mastering to other applications and disciplines for further success. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Shelly Cashman Series Microsoft Office 365 & Access 2016: Comprehensive

Shelly Cashman Series Microsoft Office 365 & Access 2016: Comprehensive

Author: Philip J. Pratt

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 9781337015783

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 856

View: 152

Readers discover all of the latest advancements in Microsoft Access 2016 with MICROSOFT OFFICE 365 & ACCESS 2016: COMPREHENSIVE -- the new edition in the acclaimed Shelly Cashman Series books. For more than three decades, the Shelly Cashman Series has effectively introduced computer skills to millions. MICROSOFT OFFICE 365 & ACCESS 2016: COMPREHENSIVE continues the Series’ strong history of innovation with a proven learning approach enhanced to address the varied learning styles of today’s learners. A trademark, step-by-step, screen-by-screen approach encourages readers to master all aspects of Microsoft Access 2016 through experimentation, critical thought, and personalization. This new edition delivers effective educational materials specifically designed to introduce key features, improve retention, and prepare readers for success in working with the advanced features in Microsoft Access 2016. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Illustrated Microsoft Office 365 & Access 2016: Intermediate

Illustrated Microsoft Office 365 & Access 2016: Intermediate

Author: Lisa Friedrichsen

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 9781337245425

Category: Computers

Page: 276

View: 230

ILLUSTRATED MICROSOFT OFFICE 365 & ACCESS 2016: INTERMEDIATE engages both computer rookies and hot shots as this edition guides readers in mastering basic and more advanced Microsoft Access 2016 skills quickly and efficiently. Praised for its concise, focused approach and user-friendly format, this book, like all others in the Illustrated Series, incorporates a hallmark two-page layout that allows readers to see an entire task in one view. Each presentation is easy to follow with Learning Outcomes that outline the skills covered in each lesson and larger full-color screens that reflect exactly what readers should see on their own computers. Each module begins with a brief overview of the lesson’s principles and introduces a case study for further application. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Jago Microsoft Access 2016

Jago Microsoft Access 2016

Author: Sarwandi & Cyber Creative

Publisher: Elex Media Komputindo

ISBN: 9786020446370

Category: Computers

Page: 334

View: 476

Microsoft Access merupakan salah satu aplikasi basis data (database) yang sangat populer saat ini. Baru-baru ini tim Microsoft merilis versi terbarunya, yaitu Microsoft Office 2016 termasuk Microsoft Access di dalamnya yang dinamai dengan Access 2016. Buku ini bukan lagi kebutuhan anak IT saja, akan tetapi sudah menjadi kebutuhan semua orang, baik itu mahasiswa, perusahaan kecil hingga menengah. Di dalam buku ini, kita akan membahas step by step tentang penggunaan Microsoft Access 2016 sehingga kita betul-betul jago dalam menguasai program tersebut. Pembahasannya dimulai dari pengenalan Access hingga membuat sebuah database yang siap untuk dipakai. Disajikan dalam bahasa yang sangat sederhana dan mempunyai banyak gambar sehingga sangat cocok untuk semua kalangan yang ingin menguasai Access 2016. Tunggu apalagi, segera miliki buku ini dan siap-siap mengetahui Power Of Access 2016 dan menjadi Master Of Access 2016.

Microsoft Excel 2016 Programming by Example with VBA, XML, and ASP

Microsoft Excel 2016 Programming by Example with VBA, XML, and ASP

Author: Julitta Korol

Publisher: Mercury Learning and Information

ISBN: 9781944534516

Category: Computers

Page: 1102

View: 907

Updated for Excel 2016 and based on the bestselling editions from previous versions, Microsoft Excel 2016 Programming by Example with VBA, XML and ASP is a practical, how-to book on Excel programming, suitable for readers already proficient with the Excel user interface (UI). If you are looking to automate Excel routine tasks, this book will progressively introduce you to programming concepts via numerous, illustrated, hands-on exercises. Includes a comprehensive disc with source code, supplemental files, and color screen captures (Also available from the publisher for download by writing to [email protected]). More advanced topics are demonstrated via custom projects. From recording and editing a macro and writing VBA code to working with XML documents and using Classic ASP pages to access and display data on the Web, this book takes you on a programming journey that will change the way you work with Excel. The book provides information on performing automatic operations on files, folders, and other Microsoft Office applications. It also covers proper use of event procedures, testing and debugging, and guides you through programming advanced Excel features such as PivotTables, PivotCharts, and the Ribbon interface. Features: •Contains 28 chapters loaded with illustrated "Hands-On" exercises and projects that guide you through the VBA programming language. Each example tells you exactly where to enter code, how to test it and then run it. •Includes a comprehensive disc with source code, supplemental files, and color screen captures (Also available from the publisher for download by writing to [email protected]). •Takes you from introductory topics--including recording and editing macros, using variables, and constants, writing subroutines/functions, conditional statements, and various methods of coding loops to repeat actions--to intermediate and advanced topics that include working with collections, class modules, arrays, file and database access, custom forms, error handling and debugging. •Includes comprehensive coverage of native file handling in VBA, Windows Scripting Host (WSH), and low-level File Access. •Demonstrates how to interact with Microsoft Access databases using both ADO and DAO Object Libraries to access and manipulate data. •Includes chapters on programming charts, PivotTables, dialog boxes, custom forms, the Ribbon, Backstage View, context/shortcut menu customizations, as well as proper use of event procedures and callbacks. •Provides a quick Hands-On introduction to the data analysis and transformation process using the new Excel 2016 Get & Transform feature and the “M” language formulas. •Provides a practical coverage of using Web queries, HTML, XML, and VBScript in Classic ASP to retrieve and publish Excel data to the Web. On The Companion Files: •All source code and supplemental files for the Hands-On exercises and custom projects •All images from the text (including 4-color screenshots)

Microsoft Access 2019 and 365 Training Manual Classroom in a Book

Microsoft Access 2019 and 365 Training Manual Classroom in a Book

Author: TeachUcomp

Publisher: TeachUcomp Inc.

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 189

View: 960

Complete classroom training manual for Microsoft Access 2019 and 365. Includes 189 pages and 108 individual topics. Includes practice exercises and keyboard shortcuts. You will learn about creating relational databases from scratch, using fields, field properties, joining and indexing tables, queries, forms, controls, subforms, reports, charting, macros, switchboard and navigation forms, and much more. Topics Covered: Getting Acquainted with Access 1. Creating a New Database 2. Overview of a Database 3. The Access Interface 4. Touch Mode 5. Viewing Database Objects in the Navigation Bar 6. Opening and Closing Databases Creating Relational Database Tables 1. The Flat-File Method of Data Storage 2. The Relational Model of Data Storage 3. Tips for Creating a Relational Database 4. Creating Relational Database Tables 5. Assigning a Primary Key to a Table Using Tables 1. Using Datasheet View 2. Navigating in Datasheet View 3. Adding Records in Database View 4. Editing and Deleting Records in Datasheet View 5. Inserting New Fields 6. Renaming Fields 7. Deleting Fields Field Properties 1. Setting Field Properties 2. The Field Size Property 3. The Format Property for Date/Time Fields 4. The Format Property for Logical Fields 5. Setting Default Values for Fields 6. Setting Input Masks 7. Setting Up Validation Rules and Responses 8. Requiring Field Input 9. Allowing Zero Length Entries Joining Tables 1. The Relationships Window 2. Enforcing Referential Integrity 3. Creating Lookup Fields Indexing Tables 1. Indexes 2. Creating Indexes 3. Deleting Indexes Queries 1. Using the Simple Query Wizard 2. Designing Queries 3. Joining Tables in a Query 4. Adding Criteria to the QBE Grid 5. Running a Query 6. SQL View 7. Sorting Query Results 8. Hiding Fields in a Result Set 9. Using Comparison Operators 10. Using AND and OR Conditions Advanced Queries 1. Using the Between… And Condition 2. Using Wildcard Characters in Queries 3. Creating a Calculated Field 4. Creating Top Value Queries 5. Aggregate Function Queries 6. Parameter Queries Advanced Query Types 1. Make Table Queries 2. Update Queries 3. Append Queries 4. Delete Queries 5. Crosstab Queries 6. The Find Duplicates Query 7. Removing Duplicate Records from a Table 8. The Find Unmatched Query Creating Forms 1. Forms Overview 2. The Form Wizard 3. Creating Forms 4. Using Forms 5. Form and Report Layout View 6. Form and Report Design View 7. Viewing the Ruler and Grid 8. The Snap to Grid Feature 9. Creating a Form in Design View 10. Modifying Form Sections in Design View Form & Report Controls 1. Selecting Controls 2. Deleting Controls 3. Moving and Resizing Controls 4. Sizing Controls to Fit 5. Nudging Controls 6. Aligning, Spacing, and Sizing Controls 7. Formatting Controls 8. Viewing Control Properties Using Controls 1. The Controls List 2. Adding Label Controls 3. Adding Logos and Image Controls 4. Adding Line and Rectangle Controls 5. Adding Combo Box Controls 6. Adding List Box Controls 7. Setting Tab Order Subforms 1. Creating Subforms 2. Using the Subform or Subreport Control Reports 1. Using the Report Wizard 2. Creating Basic Reports 3. Creating a Report in Design View 4. Sorting and Grouping Data in Reports 5. Creating Calculated Fields Subreports 1. Creating Subreports Charting Data 1. Using Charts 2. Insert a Modern Chart Macros 1. Creating a Standalone Macro 2. Assigning Macros to a Command Button 3. Assigning Macros to Events 4. Using Program Flow with Macros 5. Creating Autoexec Macros 6. Creating Data Macros 7. Editing Named Data Macros 8. Renaming and Deleting Named Data Macros Switchboard and Navigation Forms 1. Creating a Switchboard Form 2. Creating a Navigation Form 3. Controlling Startup Behavior Advanced Features 1. Getting External Data 2. Exporting Data 3. Setting a Database Password Helping Yourself 1. Using Access Help 2. The Tell Me Bar