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Access Tutorials:  Although many on-line tutorials you need to pay for the tutorials which we have selected for you are entirely free. Some of these MS Access tutorials are certification related and others just useful reference guides. Know of other good Access tutorials? Let us know! More Access resources.

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GoTo : Access 2000 and SQL Server 2000 Development Seminar
Looking for top-notch training? If so then we'd be remiss in not mentioning "The Access 2000 and SQL Server 2000 Development Seminar" which travels to 6 cities in the Fall of 2000. The seminar format includes 2 days of stand-up presentations and demonstrations and a third day of hands-on training with a bring-your-own-computer format. From our experience this is well worth checking out - an Examware ten out of ten!! Even if you're unable to make the seminars this site still has some great Access resources.
GoTo : Microsoft Access Tutorials
These tutorials are in Adobe Acrobat PDF format. You can download them individually or as a set. To view the files, you need the Acrobat Reader, which Adobe provides at no charge and can be downloaded from this site. These are probably some of the best Access tutorials around.
GoTo : Working with Databases
A very short university Access tutorial - if you have no knowledge of Access then this will show you how to create tables and enter data into a database.
GoTo : Getting started with Access 1.1
An excellent tutorial, created by the University of Leeds, England, which gives a complete guide to using Microsoft Access version 1.1. Ideal for anyone from beginner upwards. You may find that the pages take a little while to load, but it's worth the wait. (Adobe Acrobat format)
GoTo : Getting started with Access 2.0
Another excellent tutorial created by the University of Leeds, England, which gives a complete guide to using Microsoft Access version 2. Again you may find that the pages take a little while to load, but it's worth waiting for - be patient. (Adobe Acrobat format)
GoTo : Microsoft Access 97 Student Online Companion
Some interesting resources here for Access students, with some on-line assignments and also some downloadable files. Several other tutorials here too.
GoTo : Introduction to Microsoft Access
This course serves to familiarize the user with some of the basic concepts involved with using Access. It is assumed that the reader has a firm grasp on how the Microsoft Windows environment is used, so the basic concepts of clicking, double-clicking, dragging, etc. are not explained.
GoTo : Database Design
This short tutorial is not specifically Access related, but gives a very good overview of the computerised relational database system.
GoTo : ProgrammingMSAccess.Com
There are several excellent samples and short tutorials here, and of special note is the Access Report Snapshot Tutorial. Lots of other free resources too, which are updated often. You can also find out more about the Access 2000 Development Seminar (as mentioned further down) from this site.
GoTo : Access 97 Tutorial
An extensive Access 97 tutorial which will show you everything from entering values in a table through to simple SQL queries. A great starting place if you are looking to learn about Access.
GoTo : Microsoft Access Tutorial I - Creating Filters and Queries
Not a complete guide to everything about Access, but a good place to learn about creating filters and queries. This short tutorial is easy to follow and well presented.
GoTo : Microsoft Access - Getting Started
Lots of resources here from Microsoft for learning about Access. Although there isn't an alpha-omega tutorial as such there are plenty of examples, links and downloadable files which will point you in the right direction.
GoTo : Getting Started With Access (v. 2)
This document gives an introduction to Microsoft Access - the Relational Database Management System. A good, easy to understand and usually fast to load tutorial, giving you a very thorough overview of Microsoft Access 2.0.
GoTo : Access 97 ASP Tutorial
A short, sharp straight to the point tutorial on Access 97. You wont pass any examinations by studying this tutorial but some may still find it interesting.
GoTo :Access Tutorial
Another nicely presented tutorial from ZD-Net, which gives a good overview of Access and some useful tips and tricks too. Join ZDU today as a Free Member and you get continuing access to at least 10 online courses at any time, at no extra cost.
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Convert Access to MySQL - We'll admit that we too didn't like the thought of creating a huge MySQL database from scratch, when we already had a very nice Access database sitting on the server, and scoured the web high and low for a nice little tool to convert it for us - well, after much searching we came across what we were looking for - a nice little paste in function which you can easily add to an Access module, to convert the Access database to MySQL. We're sure that you'll find this as useful as we did. Let's go.
Programming Microsoft Access 2000 - by Rick Dobson
Written by an accomplished developer and bestselling author, this book serves both as a starting point for novice Access developers and as a robust reference to new features and advanced topics for experienced programmers. This task-oriented handbook delivers comprehensive coverage of Access database development--starting with the fundamentals and continuing to advanced multiuser and multicomputer issues.
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GoTo : Free Access Programming Guide 
Durango have developed an Access Programming primer which should be of interest to many beginning Access programmers. They use this during classroom training but are happy to share it with visitors too. Visit Durango Computer Classroom to download.
GoTo : ZDU 
Join ZDU as a Free Member today and you get continuing access to at least 10 online courses at any time, at no extra cost. With more than 150 courses to choose from in a wide range of computing subjects there is something here for everyone.
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GoTo : Microsoft's Visual Basic 6.0 Tutorial 
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