Access 2007 Aplication Development

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Prerequisites: Access 2007 Advanced

This ILT Series course is for those who want to go beyond using the built-in features offered by Access and develop their own applications. The course starts with how to plan an application from the ground up, and how to make use of advanced form design, macros, and dialog boxes. The course also covers creating switchboards, splash screens, custom menu forms, and navigation groups. This course stops short of actual VBA programming, which is covered in Access 2007: VBA Programming.

Comes with CertBlaster pre- and post-assessment software (download).

Table Of Contents:

Unit 1: Application design
Topic A: Examining an application
Topic B: Planning an application
Topic C: Creating a binary executable

Unit 2: Advanced form design
Topic A: Using grouped controls
Topic B: Using the Tab control
Topic C: Creating subforms

Unit 3: Dialog boxes and macros
Topic A: Working with dialog boxes
Topic B: Working with macro groups
Topic C: Automating navigation across forms

Unit 4: Application navigation
Topic A: Working with switchboards
Topic B: Working with splash screens

Unit 5: Custom menus and navigation groups
Topic A: Custom menu forms
Topic B: Custom groups in the Navigation Pane