Access 2013 For Dummies by Laurie Ulrich Fuller, Ken Cook

By Laurie Ulrich Fuller, Ken Cook

The effortless advisor to Microsoft entry returns with updates at the most up-to-date version!
Microsoft entry permits you to shop, manage, view, examine, and proportion info; the recent entry 2013 unencumber helps you to construct much more robust, customized database suggestions that combine with the internet and firm facts resources. Access 2013 For Dummies covers all of the new beneficial properties of the newest model of Accessand serves as an awesome reference, combining the most recent entry beneficial properties with the fundamentals of creating usable databases. You'll the best way to create an app from the Welcome display, get aid on your machine databases, and masses extra. • comprises assurance of all of the new positive aspects of entry 2013, together with the up-to-date interface • exhibits you ways to create and proportion studies • good points distinctive movies and fabrics created through the authors to aid strengthen the teachings integrated within the booklet • is helping you construct facts research and interface instruments in your particular wishes • deals lots of strategies and assistance for fixing universal difficulties
Access 2013 For Dummies will give you entry to the newest model of this database tool.

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39 40 Part I: Getting Started with Access 2013 Figure 2-6: The buttons relevant to what’s open and active in your database are available when you need them. Clicking tabs To move from one tab on the Ribbon to another, simply click the tab’s name. It’s easy to see which tab is currently open — as shown in Figure 2-7, the Create tab is bright, and you can see all its buttons. When you mouse over another tab, its name turns dark red (notice I’ve pointed to the Database Tools tab in the figure); the active tab remains bright, though, until you click a new one, making that the active tab.

A list of Popular Commands appears by default. 4. From any (or each) category, choose the commands you want to see at all times in the Quick Access toolbar by clicking them one at a time and then clicking the Add button. Chapter 2: Navigating the Access Workspace As you click the Add button, the command you chose is added to the list on the right. Note that you have up- and down-pointing triangles on the right side of the list of commands you’ve added — with one of the commands you’ve chosen to add selected, use them to reorder the list, which rearranges the left-to-right order in which they’ll appear on the toolbar.

The need to create custom reports is a major reason to use Access; you can find out about all these reporting options in Chapters 17 through 19. That’s right: This chapter plus three more — that’s four whole chapters — are devoted to reporting. It must be a big feature in Access! What’s New in Access 2013? For users of Access 2010, the upgrade to 2013 won’t seem like a big deal, other than the changes to the fonts used on the ribbons, the change to a white background for the ribbons, database tabs, and the All Access Objects panel on the left side of the workspace — but these are purely cosmetic changes.

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