Certification: MOS Microsoft Office Specialist - Access 2010 Basic

Category
Databases
Level
Beginner
Lessons
233
Duration
3h 53m 55s
Last Updated: 2018-08-19
This path covers the basic functions of Access 2010. After getting started, participants will learn about databases and tables, fields and records, data entry rules, basic queries, using forms, and working with reports.

Career Path: In high-growth industries, entry-level employees who hold a Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification can earn up to $16,000 more, annually, than their peers. Five times as many high-growth/high-salary positions require experience with Office than all non-Microsoft software skills combined. Twenty-nine percent of tomorrow’s high-growth/high-wage positions require Office or Office-related skills.

This is the first course in the Microsoft Office Access 2010 path. Upon completing this course, continue this path by taking Microsoft Office Access 2010 Intermediate.
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Certification Exam Details:
Participants who complete this path can take Exam 77-885 for Microsoft Office Access 2010.

This path is part of the training that will prepare you for the Microsoft Office Specialist Certification. Learn more about this certification.
Category
Databases
Level
Beginner
Lessons
233
Duration
3h 53m 55s
Microsoft Access 2010: Basic - Unit 02 - Databases and Tables
Microsoft Access 2010: Basic - Unit 03 - Fields and Records
Microsoft Access 2010: Basic - Unit 05 - Basic Queries
Drew Fierst
I’m a senior developer/analyst for a thriving technology training, consulting, and development firm. Over the years, I’ve taught thousands of students everything from basic programming concepts and language syntax to highly advanced concepts and techniques. As a magna cum laude graduate of Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota, I teach dozens of software applications and programming languages, specializing in .NET, SQL Server and other database environments.
Drew FierstSenior Developer/Analyst
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