The release of MS Access 2007 was a turning point for the software. The interface was given a makeover and many new development features were added.
Learning a new skill can be challenging, exciting and sometimes not as easy as we had hoped.
I remember when I started learning MS Access and the many books I bought on the subject…some good and some really awful. It would have been nice if I had a tutor at hand that walked me through each topic. How many times have you hunted around the internet for the solution to your MS Access issue, only to find it did not really address all areas of your problem?
I recall I struggled at work and the boss was breathing down my neck when the deadline was looming. Why was my form not performing the way I wanted it to? If only I was able to break apart the subject and pinpoint what could be wrong.
Subforms, macros, relationships are just some examples of MS Access concepts that many people struggle with. It does not need to be this way and a new learning strategy is needed.
The MS Access Power Mastery course uses the power of video to expertly explain concepts. It literally takes you by the hand and in easy steps breaks apart each topic so that you quickly gain an understanding. Not only does it use video, but there are also PDF cheat sheets available to reinforce the concepts.
The MS Access Power Mastery course is available on a computer playable DVD or lessons can be taken online. Whether you are a business or a home user, you will learn a wealth of MS Access 2007 information all consolidated in genuinely user friendly terms.
"As far as Microsoft Access training videos are concerned, this is one of the best, if not the best I've come across. The look and feel is clear and professional and extremely well put together. The instructor has a very good voice and manner and, more importantly, knows the subject. The ideas are presented at a relaxed pace - which is important when things are new to you, and things are well and clearly explained..."
Ken Wilson, I.T. Consultant Glasgow, Scotland, UK
Having a Microsoft skill is worth its weight in gold.
If your answer is YES to all of these questions - then you need to take action and get on board the MS Access Power Mastery course.