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Benchmark Series: Microsoft Access 2013 Levels 1 and 2

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Benchmark Series: Microsoft Access 2013 Levels 1 and 2 - Text with data files CD
ISBN: 978-0-76385-392-1
$125.24
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Benchmark Series: Microsoft Access 2013 Levels 1 and 2 – eBook, 180-day online access (code via ground delivery)
ISBN: 978-0-76385-414-0
$87.91

Pages: 768 | Copyright: 2014

Author(s): Nita Rutkosky, Pierce College at Puyallup; Denise Seguin, Fanshawe College; Jan Davidson, Lambton College; Audrey Roggenkamp, Pierce College at Puyallup; and Ian Rutkosky, Pierce College at Puyallup

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Benchmark Series: Microsoft Access 2013 Levels 1 and 2 – Text with data files CD and SNAP 2013
ISBN: 978-0-76385-403-4
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Benchmark Series: Microsoft Access 2013 Levels 1 and 2 – Text with data files CD and SNAP 2013 Tutorials CD
ISBN: 978-0-76385-463-8
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Benchmark Series: Microsoft Access 2013 Levels 1 and 2 – SNAP 2013 Tutorials CD
ISBN: 978-0-76385-443-0
$35.92
Overview

Available Spring 2013!

With Paradigm’s new Benchmark Series: Microsoft Access 2013 Levels 1 and 2, students build mastery skills in the Access 2013 application. Its project-based approach creates a realistic context for learning practical skills.

Key Features

  • Teaches key skills for using Windows 8 and Internet Explorer 10.
  • Mentoring instructional style guides students step-by-step in creating, formatting and maintaining databases to report and analyze information.
  • Case study assessments of chapter and unit levels test students’ abilities to solve problems independently.
Table of Contents
Preface. Getting Started. Using Windows 8. Browsing the Internet Using Internet Explorer 10. Level 1 Unit 1. Creating Tables and Queries.1. Creating Database Tables. 2. Creating Relationships between Tables. 3. Modifying and Managing Tables. 4. Performing Queries. Unit 1 Performance Assessment. Level 1 Unit 2. Creating Forms and Reports. 5. Creating Forms. 6. Creating Reports and Mailing Labels. 7. Modifying, Filtering, and Viewing Data. 8. Importing and Exporting Data. Unit 2 Performance Assessment. Access Level 1 Index. Level 2 Unit 1. Advanced Tables, Relationships, Queries, and Forms. 1. Designing the Structure of Tables. 2. Designing and Building Relationships and Lookup Fields. 3. Advanced Query Techniques. 4. Creating and Using Custom Forms. Unit 1 Performance Assessment. Level 2 Unit 2. Advanced Reports, Access Tools, and Customizing Access. 5. Creating and Using Custom Reports. 6. Using Access Tools and Managing Objects. 7. Automating, Customizing, and Securing Access. 8. Integrating Access Data. Unit 2 Performance Assessment. Access Level 2 Index.
Author Bio

Nita Rutkosky began teaching business education courses at Pierce College in Puyallup, Washington, in 1978. Since then she has taught a variety of software applications to students in postsecondary Information Technology certificate and degree programs. In addition to this title, she has co-authored the Marquee Series 2013, 2010, 2007, and 2003, Signature Series 2013, 2010, 2007, and 2003, Using Computers in the Medical Office: Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint 2010, 2007 and 2003, and Computer and Internet Essentials: Preparing for IC3. She has also authored textbooks on keyboarding, WordPerfect, desktop publishing, and voice recognition for Paradigm Publishing.

Denise Seguin has served in the Faculty of Business at Fanshawe College of Applied Arts and Technology in London, Ontario since 1986. She developed curriculum and taught a variety of office technology, software applications, and accounting courses to learners in postsecondary Information Technology diploma programs and Continuing Education courses. Seguin has served as Program Coordinator for Computer Systems Technician, Computer Systems Technology, Office Administration, and Law Clerk programs and was acting Chair of the School of Information Technology in 2001. Along with authoring this title, she has also authored and co-authored many computer application textbooks for Paradigm including COMPUTER Concepts and Microsoft Office 2013.

Jan Davidson started her teaching career in 1997 as a corporate trainer and postsecondary instructor. Since 2001, she has been a faculty member of the School of Business and Information Technology at Lambton College of Applied Arts and Technology in Sarnia, Ontario. In this role, she has developed curriculum and taught a variety of office technology, software applications, and office administration courses to domestic and international students in postsecondary Office Administration Executive, General, and Medical; Human Resources; and Fashion Business programs. In addition to co-authoring this title, she has written instructor resources and SNAP content for Paradigm Publishing since 2006.

Audrey Roggenkamp has been teaching courses in the Business Information Technology department at Pierce College in Puyallup, including keyboarding, skill building, and Microsoft Office programs. In addition to this textbook, Ms. Roggenkamp has authored and co-authored many computer application textbooks for Paradigm Publishing including Marquee Series: Microsoft Office 2013, 2010, and 2007, Signature Series: Microsoft Word 2013, 2010, and 2007, Using Computers in the Medical Office: Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint 2010, 2007 and 2003, and Computer and Internet Essentials: Preparing for IC3.

Ian Rutkosky teaches Business Technology courses at Pierce College in Puyallup. In addition to this textbook, he has co-authored many Computer and Internet Essentials: Preparing for IC3, Marquee Series: Microsoft Office 2013, and Using Computers in the Medical Office: Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint 2010. He is also a co-author and consultant for Paradigm's SNAP training and assessment software.