Microsoft Access 2013 Step By Step (Step By Step (Microsoft)) Paperback – 3 Mar 2013
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Joan Lambert has worked in the training and certification industry since 1997. As president of Online Training Solutions, Inc. (OTSI), Joan is responsible for guiding the translation of technical information and requirements into useful, relevant, and measurable training, learning, and certification deliverables. An MCTS, MOM, MCAS, and MCT, Joan is the author or coauthor of more than two dozen books about Windows and Microsoft Office (for Windows and for Mac).
Joyce Cox has more than 30 years' experience in the development of training materials about technical subjects for non-technical audiences and is the author of dozens of books about Office and Windows technologies. Joyce is vice president of Online Training Solutions, Inc. (OTSI). Previously, she was president of and principal author for Online Press, where she developed the Quick Course series of computer training books for beginning and intermediate adult learners. She was also the first managing editor of Microsoft Press, an editor for Sybex, and an editor for the University of California.
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By working through this book, and an online course via Udemy, I was able to design and build my own Access database. In my view this book is more suited to a person who has little or no knowledge of Microsoft Access. I would recommend more experienced users of Access to look elsewhere for reference material.
The book is well structured starting with the basics, before moving on to designing and building tables, queries, forms and reports. Importing and exporting data into/from Access are also well covered. However the book was light on material about Access Web Apps, and SQL.
Overall I regarded this book as a good investment from my perspective. I would recommend this book or its 2016 successor to a person who wants to learn about the fundamentals of Microsoft Access.
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