Saving, Printing, & Exporting Databases in Access 2013 for Windows

Access 2013 (Windows)    |    Beginner
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Data is key for any database application, and you'll want to be able to save, protect, and share it. Discover how to save data, protect your database, print database items, export a database, and send tables via email in Access 2013.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • Saving your data
    Saving regularly
    Protecting your database
  • Printing items in your database
    Exporting your database
    Sending your database table via email

IN THIS COURSE

  • 5m 11s
    If you want to be able to stop working on your database and return to it later on, you are going to need to know how to save it. Each individual object in your database file needs to be saved if you want to make sure that you do not lose any of your data. FREE ACCESS
  • 5m 28s
    There is nothing more frustrating than losing data you entered into your database. You can minimize the risk of losing your data by saving regularly. In Access 2013, you can also create multiple copies of your database. FREE ACCESS
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    3.  Protecting your database in Access 2013 for Windows
    4m 12s
    If you database contains confidential data, you can protect it by applying password encryption. The next time someone opens the file in Access 2013, they will need to confirm that they have authorization to do so by inserting the password. FREE ACCESS
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    4.  Printing items in your database in Access 2013 for Windows
    7m 15s
    Any object that you create in your Access 2013 database can be printed out. Using the print preview tool can help you to adjust the layout of your object, ensuring that your printout corresponds to your requirements. You can, for example, adjust your printout's margins, page size, and even orientation. FREE ACCESS
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    5.  Exporting your database in Access 2013 for Windows
    6m 33s
    If you want to use the data that you have compiled in your database in a different program, you can export it. You will find that Access 2013 allows you to export your data in a variety of different formats, including Excel spreadsheets, HTML-formatted webpages (which can then be published online), and PDF files. FREE ACCESS
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    6.  Sending your database table via email in Access 2013 for Windows
    4m 38s
    If you want to share your database table with a colleague, you can use Access 2013's integrated email function. This tool will automatically create a new email (using your default mail client) with the data table attached using the format that you have chosen. After that, all you need to do is write the email and send it! FREE ACCESS

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