Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Review
| Session 8.2 Quick Check
1. The property lets you change the navigation label from the word
“Record” to another value.
2. When you use the Microsoft Graph program to create and change charts in a form
or report, you must
the chart.
3. What is a PivotTable?
4. Within a PivotTable you can choose fields form the field list to be a column field, a
row field, a detail field, or a(n)
field.
5. In a PivotChart, the
field identifies which values are shown as
value axis labels.
6. You can show/hide a legend for the
field in a PivotChart.
Review
| Tutorial Summary
In this tutorial, you learned how to share and integrate data. You exported an Access query
to an HTML document and then used a Web browser to view the document. You imported
a CSV file as an Access table, imported and exported XML files, used the Table Analyzer,
and saved and executed import and export specifications. Then you created a multi-page
form using a tab control, embedded a chart in one of the tab control’s pages, and modified
the chart. Finally, you created and modified a PivotTable and a PivotChart and linked data
from an Excel worksheet.
Key Terms
category axis label
category field
column area
column field
column field items
CSV (comma-separated
values) file
data field
data marker
destination program
detail area
detail field
detail values
embedding
filter area
filter field
filter field items
gridline
HTML document
HTML template
hyperlink
Hypertext Markup
Language (HTML)
Hypertext Transfer
Protocol (HTTP)
importing
Internet
legend
linking
Navigation Caption property
Office PivotChart Component
Office PivotTable Component
Office Web Component
Page Break tool
PivotChart
PivotTable
plot area
row area
row field
row field items
series field
source program
static Web page
Tab Control tool
Table Analyzer
tag
total field
Uniform Resource
Locator (URL)
value axis label
Web
Web browser
Web client
Web page
Web server
World Wide Web
XML (Extensible Markup
Language)
XSD (XML Structure
Definition)
XSL (Extensible Stylesheet
Language)
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