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Introduction to Databases

Introduction

In this tutorial: Introduction > Getting Started > Your skills rating > What is a Database? > Start Access > Field Names > Views > Enter Data > Create New Table > Field Properties > Lookup Tables > Types of Relationships > Relationships > Create a Relationship > Queries > Reports > Importing Data > Skills list > What Next and Summary
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Course Outline

In this tutorial you will learn how to use Microsoft Access 2010 to create and build a relational database. You will create some tables, enter data and use queries to extract information and create reports.

You should have attended the Introduction to Databases lecture that precedes this practical. If you missed this lecture, or would like to review the lecture notes, please refer to the handout.

Learning Outcomes

By the end of this session you should be able to:

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