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The ExpertRating Online Microsoft Access Course (2003-Intermediate)
(leading to ExpertRating Microsoft Access 2003 Skills Certification*- Intermediate)

*Completion of Introduction to Microsoft Access 2003 is necessary to enroll for this certification.
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Learn how to create real-world business databases using Microsoft Access 2003. In this six-week online course, you'll see how to design the tables that most businesses need to manage customers, products, orders, receipts, invoices, and mailing labels. Avoid the common pitfalls of poor table design, which leads to endless frustration trying to get things to work.


You'll pick up many tools and techniques for designing professional-looking forms that make data entry quick and easy.


You'll also learn how to create forms that automatically do much of the work for you, such as calculating totals and applying sales tax. You'll create reports to print mailing labels, invoices, and receipts for orders. And you'll see how to make the finished product easy to use with simple one-click access to all the main features of the database.

 

Buy the ExpertRating Online Microsoft Access Course (2003-Intermediate)- $129.99

This course includes a knowledgeable and caring instructor who will guide you through your lessons, facilitate discussions, and answer your questions. The instructor for this course will be Alan Simpson.

Alan Simpson

About the ExpertRating Online Microsoft Access Course (2003-Intermediate) instructor : Alan Simpson is the award-winning author of over 100 computer books published in many languages throughout the world, including his latest: Alan Simpson's Windows Vista Bible. Alan's books and courses have been praised for his crystal-clear, friendly writing style. Alan has taught for the California State University and the University of California, has earned a Master's Degree, and holds Security+ certification.

 Intermediate Microsoft Access 2003 Skills Course requirements: For taking this instructor led ExpertRating Online Microsoft Access Course (2003-Intermediate) you need Microsoft Windows XP or 2000; Microsoft Access 2003 or Microsoft Office Professional Edition 2003 (please be sure to install this software on your computer before the course begins); completion of Introduction to Microsoft Access 2003 Course(or equivalent experience creating basic tables, queries, forms, and reports); Internet access; e-mail; and the and the Microsoft Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox Web browser. This course is not suitable for Macintosh users, nor for users of any of the 2007 versions of Microsoft Access.

 Testimonials: The ExpertRating Online Microsoft Access Course (2003-Intermediate) has received overwhelming positive feedback and reviews from students around the world. Here are a few:
"Perfect, gave me exactly what I needed."

"Great course. I feel that I am on the road to a better understanding of Access 2003, and will be able to start a project."
"I strongly appreciate the instructor's responses and clarity (and sense of humor) - and look forward to another course to further my understanding of this subject."
"I give this course a triple "A" for quality and subject matter."
"Excellent job with a difficult subject!"
"Good course!! Great teacher!!"
"This was my first online course and the instructions were so clear I didn't have any questions. I was apprehensive about not having a literal instructor but the process convinced me that I should take more online courses! Thanks!"
"I thought the class would be boring and time consuming. I was very wrong, I really got a lot out of the class. I feel very confident about using Access now. Thank you."

 

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ExpertRating Online Microsoft Access Course (2003-Intermediate)

(leading to ExpertRating Microsoft Access 2003 Skills Certification*- Intermediate)

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ExpertRating is a trusted name in online testing and certification with over 200,000 certified professionals in over 60 countries in more than 200 skill areas. ExpertRating offers its testing services to the world's best companies such as Convergys Corp, UPS, GAP, Sony, Coke, Citrix, Deltek Corp, IKEA Systems and Ericsson to name a few. See where ExpertRating Certified Professionals are working.


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When you choose the ExpertRating Online Microsoft Access Course (2003-Intermediate) you can be sure that you are buying a premium International certification that is recognized by hundreds of employers and Government bodies in the US and other countries.

 

 With ExpertRating you get certified quickly online and you are equipped with a store house of information through the in-depth ExpertRating Online Microsoft Access Course (2003-Intermediate)ware which has been developed by experienced Computer Applications Experts.

 The ExpertRating Microsoft Access 2003 Skills Certification (Intermediate) is by far the best value for money instructor led Microsoft Access 2003 Skills training Program at $129.99.

    

Some Popular questions and answers about this ExpertRating Online Microsoft Access Course (2003-Intermediate) & Certification:

 How much does the Microsoft Access 2003 Certification cost and what does it include?

You can buy this ExpertRating Online Microsoft Access Course (2003-Intermediate) leading to Microsoft Access 2003 Skills certification at a special offer price of only $129.99 which includes the in-depth ExpertRating Online Microsoft Access Course (2003-Intermediate)ware and exam fee. This is the best value for money Microsoft Access 2003 Program available till date. You get the following services within the USD $129.99 fee.

     In-depth ExpertRating Online Microsoft Access Course (2003-Intermediate)ware including scenarios and examples.

     An instructor to guide you through the course and to whom you can direct your questions.

     World wide airmail delivery of the hard copy Microsoft Access 2003 Certificate. The Microsoft Access 2003 certificate can be used to prove your certified status and does not mention the words "online".

     An online transcript that can be used to prove your certified credentials on the internet at any time.

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How do I get certified?

The process of getting yourself certified is very simple. All you have to do is buy the ExpertRating Online Microsoft Access Course (2003-Intermediate) for $129.99. Log in to the instructor led course using your password. Go through the ExpertRating Online Microsoft Access Course (2003-Intermediate)ware (which would take you 6 weeks) and complete the final Microsoft Access 2003 certification exam at your convenience. You can complete the exam within 2 months of buying the Microsoft Access 2003 certification. The result of the exam appears as soon as it is completed, and your Microsoft Access 2003 certificate is mailed immediately.

What learning aids will I get?

The ExpertRating Online Microsoft Access Course (2003-Intermediate) includes the following learning aids:

24 x 7 hour access to the courseware. A printer friendly version of the ExpertRating Online Microsoft Access Course (2003-Intermediate) is also provided

A friendly instructor to answer your questions online

A discussion area to have your questions answered

Chapter end quizzes to ensure that you are learning important aspects of every chapter

Chapter assignments to help you practically use the Microsoft Access 2003 skills that you will learn during the Microsoft Access 2003 Course.

What is the final exam like?

The final exam is fully based upon the ExpertRating Online Microsoft Access Course (2003-Intermediate)ware that is provided along with the Microsoft Access 2003 certification. If you have gone through the courseware properly you should not have a problem clearing the exam. The exam consists of multiple choice questions from all chapters of the ExpertRating Online Microsoft Access Course (2003-Intermediate)ware.

What are the course start dates?

ExpertRating instructor led courses commence every month, you can always choose a suitable date for your course commencement in any month. To see available course start dates, please click on the "Enroll now" button. All courses run for six weeks, with a two-week grace period at the end. Two lessons are released each week for the six-week duration of the course. You do not have to be present when the lesson is released, but you must complete each lesson within two weeks of its release.

A new section of each course starts on the second or third Wednesday of each month. If enrolling in a series of two or more courses please be sure to space the start date for each course at least two months apart.

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Microsoft Access is relatively compatible with SQL. The queries can be viewed and edited as SQL statements and the SQL statements can directly be used in Macros and VBA Modules to maneuver Access tables.

Microsoft Access is meant for people who want to learn how to work with data in existing databases. This course is the most beneficial for people working in offices, clubs and schools. Microsoft Access helps to create reports, forms and views and groupings. You can also calculate and summarize data and import and export data in various formats for various purposes using this application.

 

 

Microsoft Access is used by small businesses, big organizations and by programmers to handle and maneuver the data. Taking the ExpertRating Microsoft Access, Intermediate, 2003 Certification is an excellent way for you to prove your professional prowess to employers while giving a boost to your resume.


ExpertRating Online Microsoft Access Course (2003-Intermediate) Coverage (6 weeks program)
 

Week One

Wednesday - Lesson 01

Microsoft Access is a more than just a tool for managing data. It's a tool for building custom database applications, just like those used in virtually all businesses, large and small. In the first lesson, you'll learn what creating database applications is all about. This lesson will review some basics, such as how you design tables and why you separate your data into multiple tables. Then it will talk about techniques you can use to make the computer—not people—do all the hard work in managing large amounts of data.

Friday - Lesson 02

There's an old saying in the database world that says "garbage in, garbage out." In other words, whatever you put into a database is exactly what you'll get back out. If the data you put in is no good, neither is the data you'll retrieve. This lesson will look at ways to make sure only "good" data gets into your database. Plus, you'll learn how to make data entry fast and painless by replacing the need to type information with simple point-and-click data entry.

Week Two

Wednesday - Lesson 03

Forms are a key ingredient in quick, error-free data entry. Like a fill-in-the-blanks paper form, Access forms provide a clear, organized method of describing the information that the user needs to enter. But unlike a paper form, Access can verify data and reject bad data before it even gets into the database. This lesson will explore all the tools and techniques you'll need to create forms that not only look good, but also minimize the work required to get data into the database, all while keeping the garbage out of your database.

Friday - Lesson 04

If you have any experience with Windows at all, you're probably familiar with tabbed dialog boxes. These tabs divide all the information and options available in the dialog box into distinct sections so you're not overwhelmed by dozens of options the moment the dialog box opens. In this lesson, you'll learn how to create your own custom Access dialog boxes with tabs. Doing so will let you create custom database applications that have the same look and feel that everyday Windows dialog boxes offer.

Week Three

Wednesday - Lesson 05-

In the real world, there are countless examples of one-to-many relationships among data. For example, any one product in a business may be sold to many different customers. Any one student in a school might enroll in many different courses. In this lesson, you'll learn how to define these relationships and how to use Access sub-forms to display the many items of data that are related to any one item of data in a table.

Friday - Lesson 06

When it comes to doing any form of math, nothing in the world is as quick or as accurate as a computer. Regardless of what kind of data you're managing, Access quickly and accurately does the math required to calculate totals, subtotals, percentages, and so forth. To get Access to do the math correctly, you'll use expressions. So in this lesson, you'll learn what expressions are all about, how to create them, and how to make sure they always provide exactly the results you want.

Week Four

Wednesday - Lesson 07

Sometimes just having Access do the math in a database isn't enough. Sometimes you'll want Access to make decisions about how to do the math. For example, before Access can calculate the sales tax on an order, it needs to decide if sales tax is even applicable to the product being sold, which could depend on where the order is being sent. To tell Access how to make such decisions, you'll need to use logical expressions. This lesson will explore how logical expressions work and how to create them.

Friday - Lesson 08

When you're dealing with data where there's a natural one-to-many relationship among bits of information, sometimes you'll need to do calculations on whole chunks of records. For example, in an order form, you may need to multiply the quantities of products purchased by the unit price of each product and come up with a total. This lesson will talk about Access functions that allow you to do just that—total up values from multiple database records to come up with a single subtotal or total number.

Week Five

Wednesday - Lesson 09

Typing the same information (such as a customer's name and address) into a database over and over again isn't just a big waste of time; it could also lead to an error. Wouldn't it be better to ask Access to bring that information up onto the screen when you need it? This lesson will go over exactly how to use records from multiple related tables within a database.

Friday - Lesson 10

If you ever find yourself performing the same task repeatedly in a database, chances are you can automate that task using a macro. A macro is a series of steps that you can define and run with a simple click of a button. You'll learn how to create such macros, as well as the buttons that make them work their magic.

Week Six

Wednesday - Lesson 11

Everyone needs to print data from their database from time to time. In this lesson, you'll learn how to create professional-looking reports for printing mailing labels, invoices, receipts, and just about anything else you might want to put on paper. You'll also learn some shortcuts for using any existing form as the basis for a report so you don't have to create all of your printed reports from scratch.

Friday - Lesson 12

An Access database can contain many different types of objects—tables, queries, forms, reports, and macros, to name a few. Trying to use these objects through the database window can be confusing and time-consuming. In the final lesson, you'll learn to simplify your database by creating a switchboard. A switchboard will allow you, or anyone else who uses the database, to take advantage of all that your database has to offer just by clicking a button on the screen!

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