Microsoft Access 6 - Reports: Create useful, well-designed reports to extract data from Access databases.
Microsoft Access 4 and 5 - Forms: Create well-designed and easy-to-use forms for data entry and retrieval.
Microsoft Access III - Queries: Learn to retrieve information from a database using select queries. Sort and filter data, use update queries.
Microsoft Access 2 - Tables and Relationships: Work with data in tables, sort and filter records, create lookup fields, create relationships between tables.
Students should have taken Microsoft Access I.
Microsoft Access 1: Getting Started with Database Design: Learn basic principles of database design, how to plan your database, determine needed tables and fields, create database in Access, and set up tables.
Students should be comfortable using a PC; familiarity with word processing and spreadsheets very helpful.
Microsoft PowerPoint II - A Closer Look: Delve more deeply into tools for enhancing your PowerPoint presentations. We will cover toolbars, text boxes, slide objects and more.
Microsoft PowerPoint I - Introduction: Create a quick slide-show presentation using PowerPoint. Familiarity with word processing required.
Microsoft Publisher II - Advanced: Using a newsletter as an example, learn to flow and organize text, customize colors, and use other advanced techniques in Microsoft Publisher.
Microsoft Publisher I - Introduction: Use this desktop-publishing tool to create business cards, invitations, newsletters and other documents. Must have basic word processing skills.
Advanced Microsoft Excel II: Use range names and 3-D references in formulas; learn to use financial, logical and date functions; troubleshoot formulas and functions with auditing tools, use Goal Seek and Scenarios.
Students should have taken all previous Excel classes or be familiar with the skills covered.