MS Access 2010 Training Courses
With the new user interface of MS Access 2010, getting the same results quickly could be a frustrating experience for most. At Mouse Training we have helped our clients get to grips with the new Access 2010 interface and also showed them all the improved and new functionality.
We offer various Access 2010 courses depending on your needs. If you have just upgraded to Access 2010, then our Access 2010 upgrade training course will teach you the tools to make the most of the enhanced and new features quickly.
You can also see our standard Access 2010 Course
- Access 2010 Introduction Training Course
- Access 2010 Intermediate Training Course
- Access 2010 Advanced (Macros) Training Course
- Access 2010 VBA Training Course
Alternative, you might want to take the upgrade as an opportunity to run standard Access 2010 courses to improve your knowledge.
One of our strengths are that we will tailor any course to ensure you get the most from your course investment. We also offer a free Access 2010 training needs analysis.
All our Access 2010 training courses can be run onsite (your office) or at our fully serviced training centre in the city of London. You will receive an Access 2010 course manual on a CD and also 30 days of after course support.
Our Access 2010 training courses are run by qualified instructors. We do not run a public schedule, but rather provide you with Access 2010 training courses on a date that suits you! All our Access 2010 courses are closed to you. This allows us to tailor a course to YOUR needs and not someone else's requirements.
As soon as Microsoft releases Office 2010, be sure to get your training from us.
For many users, simply getting to know the new locations and functionality of Access 2010 will be all that is required. In this case, the following course content will be suitable as an Access 2010 upgrade course.
- Database templates
- Field and table templates
- Tabbed objects
- Navigation pane
- Upgraded datasheet view
- Layout view
- SharePoint lists
- Upgraded grouping and sorting in reports
- New control layouts
- New split forms
- Embedded macros
- Multivalue fields
- Fields for attachments
- Rich text in memo fields
- Calendar control
- Improved field list pane
- New sort and filtering tools
- Totals in datasheets
- Alternating colours in tables and datasheets
- Integration with SharePoint
- Data collection tools
- Web Application creation
- New Macro Builder
- Data Macros
- Calculated fields in tables
- Application Parts (Template for part of a database)
- Improved datasheet view
- Improved layout view
- Improved control layout (forms and reports)
- Conditional formatting
- Data collection tools (through Outlook)
- Export to PDF or XPS
Simply running Access 2010 upgrade courses might not be suitable for all users. There is no point in showing you an enhanced feature if you have never used it before.
If you are responsible for arranging the training for the upgrade, you might find it benificial to read our Upgrade Training Considerations page.
If you would like more advice on your Access 2010 courses, either upgrade or full sessions, then please do not hesitate to contact us. With the wealth of experience we have in regards to upgrade training, we will be more than happy to provide you with support or answer any questions you might have.