Database tools and macros in Microsoft Access

Do you need to create a switchboard to help navigation in your database in Microsoft Access? Would you like to learn how to automate some of the actions to be performed?

Using Microsoft Access to create macros can mean that processes that would normally be done manually can be automated and switchboards create a user-friendly front end to your database.

The ‘database tools and macros’ module of Lara Mellor Training and Consultancy’s Microsoft Access training courses is designed to reduce the size of your database and produce a backup version as well as making it easier to use.

You will learn:

  • How to backup your database
  • How to compact and repair your database
  • How to work with switchboards or navigation forms
  • How to work with macros
  • How to assign a macro to a button
  • How to assign a macro to an action

Ready to get started? Get in touch today to book your Microsoft Access training. Remember, you can pick and choose your own modules to be sure your team gets the best out of the training and learn valuable skills that they will be able to use within your business straight away.