Microsoft Access

Presented By: 
Greg Creech
Date/Time: 
Wed, 10/15/2014 - 1:00pm
Webinar Length: 
90 minutes
Recertification Points: 
1.5
Price: 
$49 members, $99 nonmembers

The webinar will include an overview of Microsoft’s Access, a Relational Database application. We will explore the four major database objects: tables, queries, forms, and reports. Using an Access database, we will understand relationships and the items that make a database relational. We designed this database webinar for the Administrative Professional that wants to know the magic behind inputting and editing data in a database.

Key Takeaways:

  • Understand the differences between an Excel database and an Access database and what relational databases are verses flat file databases
  • Use tables to link, restrict, and lookup up data
  • Edit queries for specific criteria and to use for calculations
  • Input, edit, and view information with forms and print and review information using reports
About The Speaker: 
Greg Creech is a proud member of the Atlanta IAAP chapter. He began his corporate career at Southern Bell on January 5, 1981 as a Steno clerk and two months after being hired he served as a pianist and humorist for Southern Bell and the Telephone Pioneers performing in shows to raise money for Ronald McDonald Houses. Some of his positions included Admin Clerk, Administrative Manager, Operations Manager, Sales Support, and Compensation Manager. After leaving AT&T gracefully, he certified as a Microsoft Office Master Educator and has a 10 book Microsoft Office series entitled The Better Business Management series for Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, and Outlook. He is an award winning actor and comedian. In 2007, he received the top honor from the University Continuing Education Association of having the top non-credit programs for ALL continuing education universities and colleges in the south for his Microsoft Office Suite of courses. In 2009, the Association of Continuing Higher Education honored Greg with the Faculty Award for his work at Emory University.
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