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AQA GCSE ICT - Using Database Software: Access 2007 Chris Deane

AQA GCSE ICT - Using Database Software: Access 2007

Chris Deane

Published March 6th 2012
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Kindle Edition
172 pages
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This title covers the use of Access 2007 for the AQA GCSE ICT Full Course and AQA GCSE ICT Short Course.The ebook begins by introducing the reader to database concepts and the technical terms that are used to describe the different components of aMoreThis title covers the use of Access 2007 for the AQA GCSE ICT Full Course and AQA GCSE ICT Short Course.The ebook begins by introducing the reader to database concepts and the technical terms that are used to describe the different components of a database. Two Skills Builder Exercises follow which guide the reader step by step through creating and using a flat file database and a relational database.Mail Merge describes how the data that is stored in an Access database can be used to create a set of personalized documents in Word. Also included is an Importing Data section which shows how you can import data from Excel worksheet and Comma Separated Values (CSV) files.The Assessment section describes what you need to know about databases and be able to do when you use Access if you are to achieve success in your GCSE course. The questions in the Review Point give the reader an opportunity to test their knowledge and understanding of databases.Equivalent to 171 printed pages, illustrated with screen shots.Writing under the name of Chris Deane, the author is an experienced teacher and a former High School Head of ICT & visiting tutor in the Department of Education at Birmingham City University.