Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Part V: Access
Part V
Many database applications are designed with a
programmer in mind and are not intuitive to the novice
user. Access, the Microsoft Office database application,
is one of the most powerful database programs that
exist, but with its Ribbon and interactive Wizards, you
don’t have to be a programmer to design your own
database. Access helps you track and report information
easily. The chapters in this section show you how you
can use the power of Access to build database solutions
to track contacts, events, issues, assets, tasks, and
more. You’ll like the Navigation Pane, which provides
quick access to all your tables, forms, and other Access
objects–all of which you can create with a couple of
mouse clicks.
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