Take control of your data with Microsoft Access relational database software training at New Horizons. From basic functions to advanced techniques, our courses can help you get the most out of your Access 2016 deployment or maximize performance on older versions.
Whether you are new to Access or an advanced user, New Horizons training covers what you need to know as quickly and efficiently as possible. We offer world-class Microsoft Access training for multiple versions, including 2016, 2013, 2010 and 2007. All classes are delivered by one of our Microsoft Certified Trainers.
What's New for Microsoft Access 2016?
- New themes and templates
- Larger show table dialog
- Query box to easily locate Access tools and features
- Ability to export linked data source information to Excel
Looking for Microsoft Access Courses?
New Horizons has a variety of courses available for Access 2016, 2013, 2010, and 2007. Here's a closer look at our Microsoft Access course offerings:
Access 2016 - Part 1 and Part 2
Ready to get started with Microsoft Access 2016? Part 1 gives you the knowledge you need to manage databases, navigate the application and customize configuration options. Part 2 provides the skills needed to customize form layouts and improve data entry.
Access 2013 - Part 1 and Part 2
Part 1 of our Microsoft Access 2013 training establishes a foundational understanding of the application by training participants to create new databases, construct tables and design reports. Part 2 expands this knowledge with advanced training and preparation for Exam 77-885, Microsoft Office 2013.
Access 2010: Parts 1 and 2
Using Access 2010? Start with Part 1 and discover how to create a database, run reports and develop queries. Take Part 2 and master the skills necessary to restructure data, write advanced queries and create macros. If you’re an advanced user with extensive Access 2007 knowledge,
Access 2010 Programming With VBA
If you’re an Access power user, this Microsoft Access training course gives you the tools to customize database performance and functions.
Access 2007: Level 1, 2, and 3
Access 2007 remains a staple for many companies — if you’re just getting started with this relational database, Level 1 teaches you how to create databases and maintain data consistency. Level 2 provides the skills required to design complex databases and re-structure existing data, while Level 3 provides the knowledge to secure and share databases in addition to automating key functions.
Looking for Microsoft Access classes? New Horizons has the courses you need to increase your expertise.