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Learn Microsoft Office 2019

By : Linda Foulkes
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Learn Microsoft Office 2019

By: Linda Foulkes

Overview of this book

Learn Microsoft Office 2019 provides a comprehensive introduction to the latest versions of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, and Outlook. With the help of illustrated explanations, this Microsoft Office book will take you through the updated Office 2019 applications and guide you through implementing them using practical examples. You'll start by exploring the Word 2019 interface and creating professional Word documents using elements such as citations and cover pages, tracking changes, and performing mail merge. You'll then learn how to create impressive PowerPoint presentations and advance to performing calculations and setting up workbooks in Excel 2019, along with discovering its data analysis features. Later chapters will focus on Access 2019, assisting you in everything from organizing a database to constructing advanced queries. You'll then get up to speed with Outlook, covering how to create and manage tasks, as well as how to handle your mail and contacts effortlessly. Finally, you'll find solutions to commonly encountered issues and best practices for streamlining various workplace tasks. By the end of this book, you'll have learned the essentials of Office business apps and be ready to work with them to boost your productivity.
Table of Contents (26 chapters)
Section 1: Word
Section 2: PowerPoint
Section 3: Excel
Section 4: Common Tasks
Section 5: Access
Section 6: Outlook

Building relationships

With this section, you will come to understand the term relationship, and be able to outline the different types of relationships and when they should be applied. We will look at the rules for creating relationships between tables in a database.

Access is a relational database, which means that tables that are related will have fields that have a common association between them. Related fields do not have to have the same names, but it is obviously easier to identify the relationship if they are the same. Related fields are required to have exactly the same data type unless the primary key field is set to AutoNumber. This will only work if the field size property is the same on both matching fields, for example, Long Integer.

A relationship is a join (or link) between related fields in the database.

If we think of a company when creating a database, we would...