Microsoft Access

Microsoft Access Tutorial


Microsoft's Access first attempt to sell a relational database product was during the mid 1980s, when Microsoft obtained the license to sell R:Base. In the late 1980s Microsoft developed its own solution codenamed Omega. It was confirmed in 1988 that a database product for Windows and OS/2 was in development. It was going to include the "EB" Embedded Basic language, which was going to be the language for writing macros in all Microsoft applications.It was scheduled to be released in the 1st quarter of 1990, but in 1989 the development of the product was reset and it was rescheduled to be delivered no sooner than in January 1991. Parts of the project were later used for other Microsoft projects: Cirrus (codename for Access) and Thunder (codename for Visual Basic, where the Embedded Basic engine was used). After Access's premiere, the Omega project was demonstrated in 1992 to several journalists and included features that were not available in Access.

Students will be able to create Project,information and be able to create Application of Microsoft Access development.

Includes:  12 Articles  700 Skill Questions  10 Skill Videos  20 Quiz Sections

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Microsoft's Access first attempt to sell a relational database product was during the mid 1980s, when Microsoft obtained the license to sell R:Base. In the late 1980s Microsoft developed its own solution codenamed Omega.


"The history of Microsoft Access development includes a comprehensive set of development tools.These include a debugger, libraries, a handset emulator based on , sample code, and tutorials. Currently supported development platforms include computers in 1980

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  • 8.0 January 16, 1997
  • 9.0 June 7, 1999
  • 10.0 May 31, 2001
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  • 14.0 July 15, 2010
  • 15.0 January 29, 2013
  • 16.0 September 22, 2015
Includes:  12 Articles  700 Skill Questions  10 Skill Videos  20 Quiz Sections
 Microsoft Access Introduction
  • The ability to write the Microsoft Access development language — the cornerstone of all relational operations — is essential for anyone who develops applications. In this training course, you learn how to optimize the accessibility and maintenance of data with the Node JS programming language, and gain a solid foundation for building, programming, and manipulating .
 Introduction Microsoft Access
 How to Used Microsoft Access
 Its Operations
 :Create Data in Microsoft Accsee
 Mock Tests & Assignments
  • Each Module will be followed by objective mockup tests and practical assignments which help you to monitor your learning progress and Evaluate yourself.
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  • You get 365 days access to the Learning Management System (LMS). This includes video, course material, exercise files and ppts used during the session.
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 Q1.Access Wizards
  • Nothing happens when I start an Access wizard.
  • There is a known issue when you try to start any of the Microsoft Access wizards, resulting in the wizard not starting. You may see either the busy mouse pointer or nothing, and then the focus returns to Access as if you had not tried to start the wizard.
 Q2.Corrupt Database?
  • My database is corrupt! What can I do?
 Q3.Securing a database?
  • Open the Workgroup Administrator (Wrkgadm.exe) file and create a new system database (System.mdw) that has a unique Name, Organization, and Workgroup ID.
  • Start Microsoft Access and open any database.
  • On the Tools menu, point to Security, and then click User and Group Accounts. Click the Change Logon Password tab, assign a password to the Admin user account, and then click Apply.
  • In the User and Group Accounts dialog box, click the Users tab. Create a new user account, and then add the account to the Admins group.
  • In the Name box under User, select the Admin user name. Remove the Admin account from the Admins group, and then click OK.
  • On the File menu, click Exit. Restart Microsoft Access.
 Q4.Relational Databases?
  • How do I design a relational database?.
 Q5.Converting Databases
  • I get an error message when attempting convert a database
 Q6.Optimise Database Queries?
  • How do I optimise my database queries?
 Q7. Can multiple users open and use a Microsoft Access database at the same time?
  • Yes, Microsoft Access is a multi user application and supports multiple users working with a database at the same time. The same file can be shared by multiple users giving them access to the forms, reports and data. This is one of the great advantages of Microsoft Access versus single user applications. By placing the Access database on a share network drive, multiple users can gain access to and change the data and print reports.
 Q8.What is the maximize size of an Access database and what options do I have if I reach this limit?
  • The maximum size of an Access database is two gigabytes. This limit applies to both .mdb files and the newer Access database format files .accdb. For Access databases that have reached this limit, you have a number of options. One option would be to split the frontend database (forms and reports) from the backend database (tables and queries). This is called a split database. You can then link more than one backend database to the front end database with each backend database having a size limit of 2 gigabytes.
 Q9. What types of security are available with a Microsoft Access database?
  • Older versions of Access (version 2003 and earlier versions) supported an Access security methodology called the System Database. The System Database (.mdw) is a separate database from the Access database file (.mdb) and held security related information and permissions. Access database administrators would use a tool called the Workgroup Administrator to connect a System Database with a specific Access database. The System Database allowed the Access database administrator to provide usernames, group names, and passwords, as well as user and group specific permissions on specific Access objects (tables, queries, form, reports, etc.).
 Q10. Can I use Microsoft Access to create reports using data from other databases?
  • Yes, this one of the features that makes MIcrosoft Access such a flexible database system. Using Access's linked table funcationality, data from any ODBC compliant database can be linked into Microsoft Access for querying and/or reporting. Database file formats including Oracle, DBase, Paradox, SQL Server, FoxPro, and even Lotus Notes can be linked into Microsoft Access. Linked tables in Access are essentially treated like any other Access table and can be used as the basis for report queries or directly as a report record source.