Lab1-MSA-Intro - Lab 1: Introduction to Microsoft Access...

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Lab 1: Introduction to Microsoft Access Objective By the end of this lab, you should be familiar with Some basic features of MS Access, including tables, queries, forms, and reports Standard terminology Microsoft Access In this lab, we will be implementing the theories on database design that we learned in class with a commercial Relational Database Management System called Microsoft Access (MSA). The program comes with the standard Microsoft Office install, but should you wish to purchase it separately you might be able to get a good deal at the student store: http://calcomputers.berkeley.edu/ If you have a laptop, we encourage you to install MSA on your computer and bring it to the lab sessions, since we don’t have enough computers to accommodate every student individually. If you do not have a copy of MSA on your home PC, you can launch it on any of the lab machines by selecting Start All Programs Microsoft Office Microsoft Office Access 2003 200 7 . To use the lab machines, you will need to set up an account with the IEOR department; please see Jay Sparks on the fourth floor for details on this procedure. Most of the information provided in this lab can be accessed in greater detail under Microsoft Access’s extensive help files. All the information provided in this tutorial is based on MS Access 2003
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This note was uploaded on 09/08/2009 for the course IEOR 115 taught by Professor Goldberg during the Fall '08 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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Lab1-MSA-Intro - Lab 1: Introduction to Microsoft Access...

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