Microsoft Office 2010 and Windows 7: What’s New in Access 2010?
For those used to working with Microsoft Access 2003, you may notice the 2010 version looks quite different. Even though the interface has changed, the core functionality of the program is still the same. Learn about the main changes found in Access 2010, and how you can use them effectively through this Video On Demand training.
For example, the database dialog found in Access 2003 is no longer present. Instead, everything is organized on the left side of the program in the navigation pane. This training video instructs you on the functions and nuances of the navigation pane; understanding these concepts makes your use of the program far easier. In addition, you will learn about the “Create” tab, which is a tab specially dedicated to aiding you in creating things such as databases, tables, and reports.
Learn the difference between these two versions of Access and be able to work with the functions found in the 2010 version by understanding the material found here.