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Microsoft Office Access 2003 Level 1


PIN code provided for this course allows unlimited on-line access for 90 days. This course is designed to introduce students to the basic elements that comprise a Microsoft Office Access database.

Students will learn what a database is and how an effective database should be designed and set up. After they learn how to manipulate the Access interface and create their own databases, students will receive instruction in how to create and use the basic tools of the Access application: tables, forms, filters and sorts, queries, and reports. In addition, students will learn how to enter data in Access and how to manipulate and use that data.


Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:

  • Understand common database elements
  • Navigate and modify tables
  • Use Datasheet view to enter and manipulate table data -- Create new databases and tables
  • Create relationships using referential integrity
  • Create and modify forms
  • Filter data and run queries
  • Work with basic reports


Student performance is assessed by cumulative training time, number of lessons completed and, where tests are available, the percent correct. Many courses also have a pre- and post-test where the pre-test will automatically assign only the lessons needed to achieve course mastery.

course quick facts
course code DED3250-B
cost $60.00
estimated time to
complete course
24 Hours
course materials
90 Days

Patrick Grady is an award-winning online course developer, and has a varied background, which includes technical writing, instructional design, education, and corporate training. Patrick implements his own diverse knowledge and unique set of skills to creating informative, engaging online courses with a strong focus on positive educational outcomes. He has taught online courses in a number of areas, including: Microsoft Access 2002.