Illustrated Course Guide: Microsoft Access 2010 Advanced

  • AUTHOR: Lisa Friedrichsen
  • ISBN-13: 9780538748414 
  • Grade(s): 9 | 10 | 11 | 12
  • 160 Pages  Spiralbound 
  • 1st Edition  |  Previous Editions: 2008
  • ©2012     Published
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Overview

About The Product

Loved by instructors for the visual and flexible way to build computer skills, the Illustrated Course Guides are ideal for teaching Microsoft Access 2010 to students across experience levels. Each two-page spread focuses on a single skill, making information easy to follow and absorb. The Illustrated Course Guides split Microsoft Access 2010 concepts and skills into three manageable levels – Basic, Intermediate, and Advanced – perfect for workshops or accelerated courses.

Features

  • Easy-to-follow and easy-to-absorb two-page spread lessons appeal to a wide variety of learning styles, giving all of your students the opportunity to succeed.
  • Quick Tips and Trouble? boxes within the step-by-step instructions help students avoid typical errors and pitfalls, alleviating the frustration associated with getting lost within a step.
  • Clues to Use boxes offers additional concise information on the lesson skill or a related task, adding context to skills and concepts.
  • End-of-unit Independent Challenges and Visual Workshops make concepts relevant and easier to understand through hands-on application.

About the Contributor

AUTHOR
  • Lisa Friedrichsen

    Lisa Friedrichsen is a Professor at Johnson County Community College in Overland Park, Kansas, where she teaches database and web development classes. As an author, she has written several prominent Access, Office, and Web related textbooks. Ms. Friedrichsen combines her ability to teach with extensive industry experience to create clear, practical presentations. Ms. Friedrichsen’s undergraduate degree is in Engineering from Iowa State University and she has an MBA from Drake University. She worked for a decade at IBM Corporation before becoming a consultant, author, and college professor.

Table of Contents

Unit L: Creating Advanced Reports.
Unit M: Building a Database Interface.
Unit N: Creating Macros.
Unit O: Creating Modules and VBA.
Unit P: Maintaining the Database.