Exercise 1.1: Displaying Help. This exercise shows students how to locate help. You might want to ensure that they understand how to seek context-specific help so that they can be self-sufficient when expert human advice is unavailable. Search for a couple of different terms to illustrate how help works. Also illustrate that the Access toolbar has ToolTips, which are displayed when the mouse hovers over any of the toolbar icons.
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Exercise 1.4: Opening the Chapter 1 Database. This exercise shows the students how locate and open the Chapter 1 database. Although Exercise 1.3 did this already, this serves as an introduction to creating a backup of a database. Please refer to the textbook exercise.
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Exercise 1.3: Setting Access Options. This exercise ensures that all students’ Access programs have the same global settings such as a tabbed document window, nonoverlapping windows, compact on close, and remove personal information.
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Exercise 1.2: Opening the Chapter 1 Database. This exercise shows the students how locate and open an existing database—the one associated with Chapter 1 Please refer to the textbook exercise.
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