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By Matthew MacDonald

Unlock the secrets and techniques of entry 2013 and detect how one can use your information in inventive methods. With this book’s effortless step by step directions, you’ll construct and retain a full-featured database or even flip it right into a internet app. you furthermore may get counsel and practices from the professionals for reliable database design—ideal even if you’re utilizing entry for company, institution, or at home.

The vital belongings you have to know
Build a database with ease. arrange and replace lists, records, catalogs, and different forms of details.
Create your individual net app. enable all your staff paintings on a database within the cloud.
Share your database on a network. hyperlink your entry database to SQL Server or SharePoint.
Customize the interface. Make info access a breeze through construction your individual templates
Find what you would like fast. seek, variety, and summarize large quantities of information in mins.
Put your information to use. flip uncooked information into well-formatted published studies.
Dive into entry programming. Automate advanced projects and resolve universal challenges.

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In this case, the arrows refer to menu levels. The instruction "Choose File→Open" means "Click the File menu heading. " About Shortcut Keys Every time you take your hand off the keyboard to move the mouse, you lose a few microseconds of time. That's why many experienced computer fans use keystroke combinations instead of toolbars and menus wherever possible. Ctrl+S, for one, is a keyboard shortcut that saves your current work in Access (and most other programs). When you see a shortcut like Ctrl+S in this book, it's telling you to hold down the Ctrl key, and, while it's down, press the letter S, and then release both keys.

For example, the sentence "Choose File→New" means click the File button to switch to backstage view, and then click the New command (which appears in the narrow list on the left). To take another look at backstage view and the list of commands it offers, jump back to Figure I-6 on page 11. 17 About the Online Resources Ordinary menus As you've already seen, the ribbon has taken the spotlight from traditional toolbars and menus. However, in a couple of cases, you'll still use the familiar Windows menu, like when you use the Visual Basic editor (in Chapter 18).

Macros are mini-programs that automate custom tasks. Macros are a simple way to get custom results without becoming a programmer. 24 Access 2013: the missing manual • Modules are files that contain Visual Basic code. You can use this code to do just about anything—from updating 10,000 records to firing off an email. Starting a Database Access gurus refer to all these database ingredients as objects because you manage them all in essentially the same way. If you want to use a particular object, you add it to your database, give it a name, and then fine-tune it.

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