Chapter 1: Advanced queries
Module A: Grouping and summarizing
Module B: Updating, deleting, and relationships
Module C: Indexing for performance
Chapter 2: Advanced forms
Module A: Subforms
Module B: Advanced control types
Module C: Specialized form types
Chapter 3: Advanced reports
Module A: Subreports
Module B: Advanced grouping
Module C: Advanced formatting
Chapter 4: Macros
Module A: Creating basic macros
Module B: Using variables
Module C: Troubleshooting macros
Chapter 5: Database management
Module A: Compact & Repair
Module B: Restoring a database
Module C: Other maintenance tasks
Access 2016/2013 Level 2 teaches concepts and skills for more advanced database users. Students will learn how to create advanced queries, forms, and reports, how to create macros, and how to manage databases.
The course assumes you have completed Access 2016/2013 Level 1 or have equivalent database skills.
Which Access series is right for me?
Our Relational Database Design and Relational Database Management courses are meant for students who want to build Access databases from the ground up. The first course is two days and includes in-depth, hands-on exercises that teach effective relational database development. Any student who completes these courses will be able to create and maintain a database for a small business or other organization.
Level 1 and Level 2, on the other hand, are intended for students
who will be working with existing databases rather than building them from scratch. In other words, these courses are best suited to database end users rather than database designers/managers.
Level 3 would be useful to students who have taken either track. It covers more advanced Access skills including VBA programming and application design.