Microsoft Access 2013 - Tutorial Summary
You've reached the end of this Microsoft Access tutorial — congratulations!
What we've covered in this tutorial only scratches the surface of what's possible with Microsoft Access. The areas we covered represent the most common tasks that are performed with Access and other database management systems.
Continue creating your database! Now that you know how to create tables, forms, queries, and macros, why not create more?
One area we didn't cover in this tutorial is reporting. You can create reports the same way as creating forms or queries — from the CREATE tab and selecting an option from the Reports section. Reports are just as intuitive as creating a form or query. As with forms and queries, you can use Design view to adjust your report.
I cover reporting in the Access 2016 tutorial. Check it out sometime!
There's also a tutorial for Access 2016.