Skip to Main Content

Course Details

Time: 9AM - 4PM Eastern Time (ET)
Duration: 1 Day


Microsoft Office Access 365 is the newest version of Microsoft’s popular database program. This, the second part of a two-level course, explores advanced Access features. Whether you’re using Access for the first time, or have been using it for years, this course will help you make the most of Access 365’s features and tools.


Microsoft Access 365 - Part One or equivalent knowledge or experience is mandatory.

Microsoft Access

Public Class Schedule

Location Language Date Price Register
Web-based(Opens in new window) English September 28 $265.00
Web-based(Opens in new window) English November 16 $265.00
Web-based(Opens in new window) English January 18 $265.00
Web-based(Opens in new window) English March 22 $265.00
Web-based(Opens in new window) English May 25 $265.00

We're Here to Help

Don't see the dates you need? Call us at 888.484.2933 or Tell Us What You Need.

Course Outline

  • Implementing Advanced Form Design
    • This lesson takes a look at several topics to increase your students’ knowledge of Access 365. Here, students will learn how to add controls to forms, set form controls, create subforms, organize information with tab pages, enhance database navigation with forms, format a form, and apply conditional formatting.
  • Using Data Validation
    • In this second lesson of the course, the focus switches to data validation. Covered here is field validation along with form and record validation.
  • Using Macros to Improve User Interface Design
    • At the halfway point of this course, the lesson turns to macros and using them to improve user interface design. The topics covered here are: create a macro, restrict records using a condition, validate data using a macro, automate data entry using a macro, and convert a macro to VBA.
  • Using Advanced Database Management
    • Some advanced database management skills come under scrutiny in this lesson. Topics in this lesson teach your students how to: link tables to external data sources, manage a database, determine object dependency, document a database, and analyze the performance of a database.
  • Distributing and Securing a Database
    • In this penultimate lesson, the topics covered are: split a database for multiple user access, implement security, set passwords, convert an Access database to an ACCDE file, and package a database with a digital signature.
  • Managing Switchboards
    • The final lesson of Microsoft Access 365 Part Two, is all about switchboards. Students are taught how to create a database switchboard, how to modify a database switchboard, and how to set startup options.

Private training is available for this course.

Call us at 1-888-484-2933 to learn more about our flexible scheduling options or complete our Information Request Form.

Web-based training is super easy to set up and doesn’t require fancy software.

Find a Course