NPAccess2013_T08_PPT

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Unformatted text preview: source program are reflected in the linked file version in the destination program New Perspectives on Microsoft Access 2013 34 Embedding a Chart in a Form New Perspectives on Microsoft Access 2013 XP XP 35 Embedding a Chart in a Form New Perspectives on Microsoft Access 2013 (Cont.) XP XP 36 Embedding a Chart in a Form New Perspectives on Microsoft Access 2013 (Cont.) XP XP 37 Embedding a Chart in a Form New Perspectives on Microsoft Access 2013 (Cont.) XP XP 38 Embedding a Chart in a Form New Perspectives on Microsoft Access 2013 (Cont.) XP XP 39 Using Templates and Application Parts • XP XP A template is a predefined database that can include tables, relationships, queries, forms, reports, and other database objects – – – – You can create your own template from an existing database file or choose from a list of predefined templates In addition to creating a standard template, you can also create an application part, which is a specialized template that can be imported into an existing database A standard template would be used to create a new database file An application part is used when you already have a database file that you’re working with, and would like to include the content from an application part in your existing database New Perspectives on Microsoft Access 2013 40 Using Templates and Application P XP X Parts (Cont.) New Perspectives on Microsoft Access 2013 41 Using Templates and Application P XP X Parts (Cont.) New Perspectives on Microsoft Access 2013 42 Using Templates and Application P XP X Parts (Cont.) New Perspectives on Microsoft Access 2013 43 Using Templates and Application P XP X Parts (Cont.) New Perspectives on Microsoft Access 2013 44 Exporting a report to a PDF File • XP XP PDF (portable document format) is a file format that preserves the original formatting and pagination of its contents no matter where it’s viewed – Current versions of all major operating systems for desktop computers and handheld devices include software that opens PDF files New Perspectives on Microsoft Access 2013 45 Exporting a report to a PDF File XP XP (Cont.) New Perspectives on Microsoft Access 2013 46 Linking Data from an Excel Worksheet New Perspectives on Microsoft Access 2013 XP XP 47 Linking Data from an Excel Worksheet XP XP (Cont.) New Perspectives on Microsoft Access 2013 48...
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