Microsoft Access 2016 Tutorial for Beginners – How to Use Access Part 1


This is a Microsoft Access 2016 Basic Tutorial for beginners. In this basic course Access video tutorial, you’ll get the introduction to what Access is and what it’s typically used for, an overview, or first look at the Access 2016 application program, how to use the new Help, or Tell Me feature, how to change Themes, defaults and User information, customize the Quick Access Toolbar and Ribbon, how to change the Datasheet’s appearance, the three different Window options and about the four basic Access Objects including: Table, Query, Form and Report.

1. Introduction to Access 2016
2. Overview of Access 2016
3. Tell Me Help feature
4. Theme, Defaults and User Information
5. Customize Quick Access Toolbar
6. Customize Ribbon
7. Datasheet Appearance
8. Three Window Options
9. Table, Query, Form and Report

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  1. Namaskaar Kirt!!
    You've done great work on MS Access 2016. Well done, God Bless You with a lot of Gyan {Knowledge}…

  2. Hi Kirt

    I am a long time Excel user and I never gots to grips with Access. I just wanted to say I am only 14 minutes into this video and already felling inspired by your teaching style and tutorials. It sounds as though you are saying if you can use Excel, Access is no more difficult although it does appear to be a first glance.

    I particularly like the pyramid showing the cornerstone and structure to enlightenment…

    I'm just hoping this all doesn't come crashing down around me when I actually try and build the inventory system I want.

    I am basically trying to have a Master Inventory system which simply but effectively propagates price and quantity changes to Ebay, Amazon and our website through manual upload for now. The dream would be to have dynamic data coming from each site and being propagated to each site if an item sells on one of those sites and the quantity needs decreasing on the others and vice versa.

    I have looked at Linnworks and all the other proprietary systems out there but the costs are way too much for my small business to foot hence having a go at doing this myself.

    I am nearly 51 years old so learning at my age seems like an uphill struggle.

    All the best.

  3. Easy and understandable. I appreciate your recommendation almost at the beginning to learn tables and create databases on Excel first before beginning your Access tutorial. Thank you!

  4. Really enjoying the series as an absolute total beginner

    I do have a question though, in the first slide with the circles wouldnt you also want a relationship between employees and orders for tracking who packed or delivered an order and who took payment, which sales rep made the order for paying commission and so on?

    Just curious if I was looking at that correctly

  5. Excellent video! Very thorough yet easy to understand. Honestly one of the best tutorials I have ever seen. Thank you!

  6. Could you please email me to let me know what is involved to become certified in Access (to begin- I may do more programs afterwards). Do I really have to watch 131 videos on Access?? Do I also have to purchase exercise downloads, etc.? Please include all costs, so I may budget without surprises. Thank you so much!

  7. If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough." – Albert Einstein. I'd say you understand it well enough! You made it very relatable and understandable. Thank you! I took an Access course in 2001 and really enjoyed it. I wanted to brush up all these years later, and yours is the best tutorial I found. I look forward to moving on to the other videos in this series. Thank you again!

  8. If I can provide some feedback, I think you have your videos in the wrong order. Here I am, nearly 90 minutes into an Access training video, and I still haven't the slightest idea how to create the first element of my first database. In my opinion, show us how to use the program first, and then make a video like this going over all the options and customizations. Beginners don't know what custom tweaks they may want yet and this information at this stage is just overwhelming and not useful. Just my $0.02, you do an excellent job of explaining, I just think you have things a bit backwards.

  9. Useful information! Can you please upload this excel sheet with the content? I would like to have bulk records for practice.


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