An introduction to database techniques in Microsoft Access 2013 for database novices.
Basic relational database concepts and terminology are discussed and then attendees get familiar with the Access user interface. Three of the four major components of an Access database are covered: Tables, Queries, and Forms (Reports are not covered). Attendees work with an example database that contain tables and basic queries and learn how to modify tables (add, edit, delete records), change how tables are displayed on screen, apply basic filters and sorts to a table, and create basic tables, queries, and forms.
2-day workshop. First day is an introduction to database concepts. Plan to attend both days if you have no prior Access experience. Contact the instructor if you have questions.
|Forestry Computing Resources customers have priority on seats and attend with no fee. Non-Forestry customers who register will remain on the Wait List until one week before the workshop. Non-Forestry customers can pay the registration fee ($120) by cash, personal check (made out to "College of Forestry"), or OSU index at the workshop.||Hans Luh|
|203 Richardson Hall|