Database Training – Microsoft Access 2010, 2013 and 2016

Access 2013Among the top­ics that I cover in my Microsoft Access 2010 / Access 2013 / Access 2016 training are the following:

  • Rela­tional Databases
  • Nor­m­al­ised Tables
  • Tables
  • Quer­ies
  • Forms and sub forms
  • Reports and sub reports
  • Mac­ros
  • VBA Pro­gram­ming for Access
  • Secur­ity
  • Net­work­ing Front End and Back End Data
  • Recover Data from cor­rupt Access Databases
  • JAWS com­pat­ible data­bases for com­puter users whose vis­ion loss pre­vents them from see­ing screen content

Word Processing – Microsoft Word 2010, 2013 and 2016

Microsoft Word 2013Among the main areas that I train for Word 2010, Word 2013 and Word 2016 include the following:

  • Cus­tom­ising Word
  • Cre­at­ing and sav­ing documents
  • Set­ting up templates
  • Edit­ing Documents
  • Deal­ing with paragraphs
  • Pages, Sec­tions, Head­ers and Footers
  • Doc­u­ment Tools
  • Mail Merge
  • Auto­Text and AutoCorrect
  • Tam­ing the Rib­bon in Word 2007 / Word 2010, Word 2013 and Word 2016
  • Using XML for Customised Menus and  and Template Development
  • Deal­ing With Long Documents

Brendan Moran – Computer Training & IT Consultant

The purpose of this site is to help small to medium business navigate through the huge sea of information on computers. I try to give you more control over the computer side of your business and help with your internet strategy. Whether it is computer training or database development work, I can help you with your specific needs. I also offer a range of tips on Microsoft Word, Access, Excel, PowerPoint and WordPress etc for clients so please visit these sections. I am available as a Freelance Trainer. I am also an Adobe Certified Trainer specialising in Dreamweaver and Photoshop.



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CryptoLocker – A Real Nasty Virus

cryptoOnline attackers are using encryption to lock up our files and demand a ransom — and AV software probably won’t protect you.

There are ways to defend yourself from CryptoLocker.

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Microsoft Admits Windows 8 Disaster

win8xThe Financial Times reported today, 7th May 2013,  that Microsoft admits that Windows 8 has been a disaster.

“Microsoft is preparing to reverse course over key elements of its Windows 8 operating system, marking one of the most prominent admissions of failure for a new mass-market consumer product since Coca-Cola’s New Coke fiasco nearly 30 years ago.

“Key aspects” of how the software is used will be changed when Microsoft releases an updated version of the operating system this year, Tami Reller, head of marketing and finance for the Windows business, said in an interview with the Financial Times. Referring to difficulties many users have had with mastering the software, she added: “The learning curve is definitely real.”


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