Your Office: Microsoft Office 365, Access 2019 Comprehensive eBook

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Your Office: Microsoft Office 365, Access 2019 Comprehensive eBook

By Amy S. Kinser, Brant Moriarity, Eric Kinser, Jennifer Paige Nightingale
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For courses covering Microsoft® Access™. Ideal for business courses.

Real-world problem-solving for business and beyond

Your Office: Microsoft Office 365, Access 2019 Comprehensive prepares students to apply both technical and soft skills in real business settings. Hands-­on technical content together with realistic business cases help students use Microsoft Access as a decision-making tool for business areas such as finance and accounting, production and operations, and sales and marketing. Chapters are grouped by business units to align the text with AACSB requirements. Updated for Office 365, the 2019 edition includes 2019 MOS objectives and improved links between cases within the text and MyLab IT Grader projects.

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  • A recurring Global Business Scenario (Prepare Case) appears in each chapter, along with blue boxes walking students through the steps needed to complete each case. MyLab IT includes supplementary videos.
  • A Practice, Problem Solve, and Perform Case at the end of each chapter and in Business Capstones at the end of each business unit require students to synthesise the information they’ve just read.
  • Consider This critical-thinking questions and discussion topics ask learners to analyse the skills they’re applying to Prepare Cases and to consider how those skills can be useful later on.
  • For this edition, the authors have improved the one-to-one link between cases within the text and MyLab IT Grader projects.
  • A new Grader Heads Up feature highlights the differences between cases within the text and MyLab IT Grader projects that are matched one-to-one.
  • Real World Success feature in chapter-openers shares anecdotes from former students describing how their Office skills have helped them get ahead in their careers.
  • Real World Advice box offers best practices for applying key Office skills, simulating the way a manager might advise students in a future job.
  • Icons placing content in context include Business Application icons signifying the business areas represented in cases and Soft Skills icons identifying content addressing the soft skills employers look for, such as critical thinking.
  • Content updates for Office 365 (Access) include coverage of a new large number data type and new content on Query by Form.
  • The MOS Certification Guide now reflects 2019 MOS objectives. A MOS Objective Appendix shows where each objective is covered in the text to help students prepare for the MOS exam.
  • Detailed information on the updated ribbon helps students navigate Office 365 effectively. Chapter review includes a visual summary of chapter learning objectives and Concept Check questions at the end of each chapter gauging students’ grasp of those objectives.
  • A more accessible design helps learners use the text more efficiently and effectively.
Table of contents
  • 1. The Four Main Database Objects
  • 2. Tables, Keys, and Relationships
  • 3. Queries and Data Access
  • 4. Using Forms and Reports in Access
  • 5. Advanced Tables
  • 6. Pattern Matching and Functions in Queries
  • 7. Aggregated Calculations, Subquerying, and SQL
  • 8. Action Queries and Advanced Relationships
  • 9. Advanced Form Settings and Form Types
  • 10. Advanced Reports and Mailing Labels
  • 11. Develop Navigation Forms and the User Interface
  • 12. Create a Refined User Experience with Macros
  • 13. Use VBA in Access
  • 14. Implement Your Database