Learn Microsoft Access with Microsoft Access 2010, Fast and Easy!
If you've wanted to create a database, but felt it was beyond your capabilities... if you've placed yourself into the 'beginner', 'neophyte', 'amateur', or even 'dummies' category... if you've thought "I can't do this..." -think again!
Microsoft Access 2010, Fast and Easy, by best-selling computer book author Ed Jones, will give you 100% of what you need to know to put Microsoft Access, the world’s most popular database manager for personal computers, to work to your best advantage!
Don't be scared off or overwhelmed by the complexity of Microsoft Access. You can quickly learn all that you need to know by following the step-by-step lessons that are an integral part of Microsoft Access 2010, Fast and Easy. With Microsoft Access 2010, Fast and Easy in your library, you will be able to accomplish all of the following, and more:
- How to create databases and tables designed to store YOUR data by following a few clearly-illustrated steps
- How you can use the power of Access queries to get at the data you need
- How you can use forms and reports to display and print precise, targeted views of your data
- How you can use the relational capability built into Access to effectively manage your data that's stored in more than one table at a time
If you've been put off by the technobabble that is all too common in computer books, you've arrived at the right place. You’ll find detailed step-by-step directions for all of the basics of working with Microsoft Access.
Microsoft Access 2010, Fast and Easy comes from the pen of Edward Jones, the principal technology writer behind the "Get-it-Done" series of computer books. Jones is an experienced computer and technology writer, database applications development analyst, consultant, and trainer who understands the issues faced by people dealing with technology, day in and day out. His career spans years of technology training, database development, and consulting services for major law firms and government agencies in the Washington, DC area, and he currently resides in Charlotte, NC where he is concentrating on providing publications to the rapidly growing digital marketplace. Jones is also a best-selling author whose printed titles have sold over one million copies, and he has served as a technical editor on numerous computer books.