Access Database Assignment UCC final/Instructions_SC_AC16_10a.docx Shelly Cashman Access 2016 | Module 10: SAM Project 1a Shelly Cashman Access 201

Access Database Assignment UCC final/Instructions_SC_AC16_10a.docx

Shelly Cashman Access 2016 | Module 10: SAM Project 1a

Shelly Cashman Access 2016 | Module 10: SAM Project 1a

West Coast Outdoor Advertisers

USING SQL

GETTING STARTED

· Open the file SC_AC16_10a_FirstLastName_1.accdb, available for download from the SAM website.

· Save the file as SC_AC16_10a_FirstLastName_2.accdb by changing the “1” to a “2”.

· Hint: If you do not see the .accdb file extension in the Save As dialog box, do not type it. The program will add the file extension for you automatically.

· Open the _GradingInfoTable table and ensure that your first and last name is displayed as the first record in the table. If the table does not contain your name, delete the file and download a new copy from the SAM website.

SPECIAL NOTE: SQL QUERIES

To ensure accurate grading in this project, use the conventions listed below when writing your SQL commands:

· Do not enclose field names and table names in square brackets [] when creating and modifying these SQL queries. All field names and table names consist of single words and do not require brackets.

· Use parentheses () in your SQL code only when specified.

· All SQL commands should end with a semicolon (;).

· Only modify the aspects of the SQL commands that are specified in the assignment steps.

PROJECT STEPS

Create a new query in SQL View based on the States table with the following requirements:

a. Add all fields from the States table to the new query using the asterisk (*) in the Select clause.

b. Be sure to end the SQL command with a semicolon (;).

c. Run the query to produce the results shown in Figure 1 on the next page.

d. Save the query as StatesQuery, and then close the query.

Figure 1: StatesQuery Results

Open the AdRepQuery in SQL View, and then add the LastName field to the SELECT clause (after the FirstName field). Run the query, and ensure that the results match those shown in Figure 2 below Save and close the AdRepQuery.

Figure 2: AdRepQuery Results

Open the RentalTotalsQuery in SQL View. Add a computed field to the SELECT clause (after the Months field) as described below:

e. The computed field should calculate the total cost for the billboard rental by multiplying the Cost field value by the Months field value. (Hint: Enter Cost * Months as the computation.)

f. Use TotalCost as the name(alias) for this computed field. (Hint: Use the AS clause.)

g. Run the query, and ensure that the results match those shown in Figure 3 below. (Hint: Your records may be in a different order.The last row is not displayed in the figure.) Save and close the RentalTotalsQuery.

Figure 3: Portion of RentalTotalsQuery Results

Open the RentalsCriteriaQuery in SQL View. Add a WHERE clause to the query in the position shown in Figure 4 below that restricts retrieval to only those rentals where the cost is greater than 800. (Hint: Figure 4 demonstrates the proper location for the WHERE clause, but it does not show the criteria that should be included in the WHERE clause.) Run the query, and check your results. Save and close the RentalsCriteriaQuery.

Figure 4: RentalsCriteriaQuery in SQL View

Open the BillboardTypesQuery in SQL View. Add an OR clause to the WHERE clause in the query so that the query retrieves only those records in which the Type field is equal to Digital or Poster. (Hint: Currently, the query only retrieves records where the Type field is equal to Digital.) Run the query, and ensure that the results match those shown in Figure 5. Save and close the BillboardTypesQuery.

Figure 5: BillboardTypesQuery Results

Open the AdRepStateQuery in SQL View. Add an AND clause to the WHERE clause in the query so that the query retrieves only those records in which the State field is equal to OR and the City field is equal to Portland. (Hint: Currently, the query only retrieves records in which the State field is equal to OR.) Run the query, and ensure that the results match those shown in Figure 6. Save and close the AdRepStateQuery.

Figure 6: AdRepStateQuery Results

Open the OregonCountQuery in SQL View. Modify the SELECT clause to count the number of billboards that are located in OR. (Hint: Change the SELECT clause to COUNT(BillboardID)). Use the AS clause to set the alias of the function result to StateCount. Run the query and ensure that the results match those shown in Figure 7 below. Save and close the OregonCountQuery.

Figure 7: OregonCountQuery Results

Open the JoinQuery in SQL view. Add a WHERE clause that joins the Billboard table and the States table. The common field in both tables is State. You will need to qualify the State field in the WHERE clause. Run the query, and ensure that the results match those shown in Figure 8. (Hint: All rows are not displayed in the figure. The order of the records may differ. There should be 37 records in the result.) Save and close the JoinQuery.

Figure 8: Portion of the JoinQuery Results

Open the BillboardCirculationQuery in SQL View. Add a caption to the DEC field in the SELECT clause (Hint: Use the AS clause.) Use Circulation as the caption for the DEC field. Run the query, and confirm that the last field in the query displays as Circulation, as shown in Figure 9 below. Enlarge the size of the caption so the entire caption is displayed. (Hint: Not all records are displayed in the figure. The order of the records may differ.) Save and close the BillboardCirculationQuery.

Figure 9: Portion of the BillboardCirculationQuery Results

Open the SortQuery in SQL View. Modify the query to sort the records in ascending order by the State field. (Hint: Use the ORDER BY clause.) Run the query, and ensure that the results match those shown in Figure 10 below. Save and close the SortQuery.

Figure 10: SortQuery Results

Open the GroupingQuery in SQL View. Modify the query by completing the following tasks:

h. Add the State field to the SELECT statement. The State field should appear before the COUNT(BillboardID) function.

i. Group the records by the State field.

j. Sort the records by the State field in Ascending order.

Run the query, and ensure that the results match those shown in Figure 11 below. Save and close the GroupingQuery.

Figure 11: GroupingQuery Results

Open the AdRepSortQuery in SQL View. Modify the query to sort the records first in descending order by the State field, and then in ascending order by the City field. (Hint: Use the ORDER BY clause.) Run the query, and ensure that the results match those shown in Figure 12 on the next page. Save and close the AdRepSortQuery.

Figure 12: AdRepSortQuery Results

Save and close any open objects in your database. Compact and repair your database, close it, and then exit Access. Follow the directions on the SAM website to submit your completed project.

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UCC final/Instructions_SC_AC16_2a.docx

Shelly Cashman Access 2016 | Module 2: SAM Project 1a

Shelly Cashman Access 2016 | Module 2: SAM Project 1a

West Coast Outdoor Advertisers

CREATING AND MODIFYING queries

GETTING STARTED

Open the file SC_AC16_2a_FirstLastName_1.accdb, available for download from the SAM website.

Save the file as SC_AC16_2a_FirstLastName_2.accdb by changing the “1” to a “2”.

0. Hint: If you do not see the .accdb file extension in the Save As dialog box, do not type it. Access will add the file extension for you automatically.

Open the _GradingInfoTable table and ensure that your first and last name is displayed as the first record in the table. If the table does not contain your name, delete the file and download a new copy from the SAM website.

PROJECT STEPS

Open the Billboard Listing Query in Design View. Delete the Facing field from the query, and then save, run, and close the query.

Create a new query in Query Design View based on the AdRep table with the following options:

a. Add the fields AdRepNumber, LastName, FirstName, and DateHired to the query in that order.

b. Add an ascending sort to the DateHired field.

c. Save the query with the name AdRep Hired Query.

Run the AdRep Hired Query, and then close it.

Create a new parameter query in Design View based on the Billboard table with the following options:

d. Add the BillboardID, Location, DEC, City, and State fields (in that order) from the Billboard table to the query.

e. Add the criterion [Enter State] (including brackets) to the State field.

f. Save the query with the name State Billboard Query.

Run the State Billboard Query to confirm that it works. (Hint: If you use WY for the parameter value, the query should return four records.) Save and close the query.

Create a new query in Design View based on the AdRep and Advertiser tables with the following options:

g. Add the AdvertiserName field from the Advertiser table to the query.

h. Add the FirstName, LastName, and PhoneNumber fields (in that order) from the AdRep table to the query.

i. Save the query with the name AdRep-Advertiser Query.

Run the AdRep-Advertiser Query, and then save and close it.

Open the Unique Cities Query in Design View. Modify the query to list all cities only once. (Hint: Click the second field in the Design grid, open the property sheet, and change the Unique Values property for the query.) Run the query, and then save and close it. (Hint: The query should return 18 records.)

Create a Crosstab query based on the Billboard table with the following options:

j. Use only data from the Billboard table in the crosstab.

k. Use the State field for the row headings.

l. Use the Type field for the column headings.

m. Use a Count of the BillboardID field as the calculated value for each row and column intersection, and include row sums in the crosstab query.

n. Save the query with the name State-Type Crosstab.

View the query, and then save and close it.

Open the Top Values Query in Design View. Modify the query to sort the Current Due amounts in descending order. Change the Return value to display only the top 25% of the records. Run the query, and then save and close it.

Open the Oregon Digital Query in Design View. Add criteria to select only those records where the Type field is equal to Digital and the State field is equal to OR. Run the query, and then save and close it.

Open the SqrFt Area Query in Design View. Modify the query by creating a calculated field to compute the square footage of a bulletin board. Enter SqrFt: [Height]*[Width] in the Zoom dialog box of the first empty column in the design grid. Run the query, and then save and close it.

Open the Caption Query in Design View. Modify the query by adding the caption for the Facing field to Direction. Run the query, and then save and close the query.

Open the No Current Due Query in Design View. Modify the query to show only records where the Current Due field is equal to 0. Run the query, and then save and close it.

Open the Washington Advertisers Query in Design View, hide the State field in the query, and then save and close it. (Hint: Do not delete the State field from this query.)

Open the Billboard Type Query in Design View. Add criteria to select only those records where the Type field is equal to Bulletin or to Digital. Run the query, and then save and close it.

Open the Multiple Sort Query in Design View. Modify the query to sort the records in ascending order first by the AdRepNumber field and then by the AdvertiserName field. Run the query, and then save and close it.

Open the Small Audience Query in Design View. Add criteria to select only those records where the value in the DEC field is less than 2000. Run the query, and then save and close it.

Open the Billboards by Type Query in Design View and modify it by adding Totals to the query, as described below:

o. For the Type field, set the total row to Group By.

p. For the BillboardID field, set the total row to Count.

Run the query, and then save and close it.

Open the G Advertisers Query in Design View. Add the G* wildcard criteria to the AdvertiserName field, so that the query only returns records when the advertiser name begins with G. Run the query, and then save and close it.

Use the Report Wizard to create a new report (shown in Figure 1 below) based on the All Advertisers Query with the following options:

q. Include all fields from the All Advertisers Query.

r. Group the report by LastName and use no additional grouping in the report.

s. Use no additional sorting in the report.

t. Use a Stepped layout and Portrait orientation for the report

u. Set the title of the report to All Advertisers Report.

Preview the report, and then save and close it.

Figure 1: All Advertisers Report

Save and close any open objects in your database. Compact and repair your database, close it, and then exit Access. Follow the directions on the SAM website to submit your completed project.

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UCC final/Instructions_SC_AC16_3a.docx

Shelly Cashman Access 2016 | Module 3: SAM Project 1a

Shelly Cashman Access 2016 | Module 3: SAM Project 1a

West Coast Outdoor Advertisers

CREATING AND MODIFYING tables and other database objects

GETTING STARTED

Open the file SC_AC16_3a_FirstLastName_1.accdb, available for download from the SAM website.

Save the file as SC_AC16_3a_FirstLastName_2.accdb by changing the “1” to a “2”.

· Hint: If you do not see the .accdb file extension in the Save As dialog box, do not type it. Access will add the file extension for you automatically.

Open the _GradingInfoTable table and ensure that your first and last name is displayed as the first record in the table. If the table does not contain your name, delete the file and download a new copy from the SAM website.

PROJECT STEPS

Open the Relationships window and add the Billboard table to it. Create a one-to-many relationship between the BillboardID field in the Billboard table and the BillboardID field in the Rentals table. Make the relationship enforce referential integrity and cascade update related fields. Do not make the relationship cascade delete related records. Save the relationship.

With the Relationships window still open, modify the relationship between the AdRep and Advertiser tables to cascade update related fields. Do not make the relationship cascade delete related records. Save the relationships and close the window.

Open the Billboard table in Design View. Use the Lookup Wizard to change the Type field to a Lookup field. Type in the following four values (in the order shown) as the list of possible values for the field: Digital, Bulletin, Poster, and Junior Poster. Limit the field values to only the items in the list, and do not allow multiple values for the field.

With the Billboard table still open in Design View, delete the Facing field.

With the Billboard table still open in Design View, add a new field named SqrFt after the Width field. This field is a calculated field. Use the expression Height * Width to calculate the field values. Save and close the Billboard table.

Open the Rentals table in Design View and make the following updates:

a. Change the BillboardID field to a required field.

b. Change the Field Size property for the Facing field to 6.

c. Change the data type of the Cost field to Currency, and change the Decimal Places property to 0.

d. Change the default value of the Months field to 1.

Save the changes to the Rentals table. (Hint: Because there was a change to a field size, the “Some data may be lost” warning message will appear. Continue saving the table. The data fits within the valid ranges, so ignore this warning and continue saving the table.)

Switch to viewing the Rentals table in Datasheet View, and then add the Total row to the table. The Total row should average the values in the Cost field. Sort the records in ascending order by the AdvertiserID field. Save the changes to the table, and then close the datasheet.

Create an Update query to update the value of the Discount field in the Rentals table for all records to No. Run the query, and then save it as Discount Query. (Hint: 24 records will be updated by this query.)

Open the AdRep table in Datasheet View, and then open the subdatasheet for Abraham Miller (who has the AdRepNumber field value of AM01). In the subdatasheet, update the Germann Inn record (which has the AdvertiserID field value of GRI03) by changing the Current Due field value to 2900.50. Close the subdatasheet and then close the AdRep table.

Open the Advertiser table in Datasheet View. Find the record for Goldendale City Foundation (which has the AdvertiserID field value of GCF56) and delete this record. Close the Advertiser table.

Open the Billboard table in Datasheet View, and then apply a Filter by Form to find all records where the State field is equal to ID and the Type field is equal to Digital. Toggle the filter and, for the record returned, change the DEC field value to 1724. Toggle the filter, and then save and close the table.

Create a Split Form based on the Billboard table. Save the form as Billboard Split Form, and then close it.

Create a Delete query for the Rentals table. Delete all rentals where the BillboardID field value is LSEU05 and the Facing field value is West. Save the query as Delete Rentals Query, run the query (Hint: Only one record will be deleted.), and then close the query.

Create an Append query for the More States table. Append the State and the StateName field values in the More States table to the States table in the current database. Save the query as Append States Query, run the query (Hint: Two records will be appended.), and then close the query.

Open the Insurance Query in Design View, and then modify it by adding the Insurance field to the Design grid. Insurance is a multivalued field, and each option should appear on a separate row. Run the query, save it, and then close the query.

Open the Rentals Update Form in Form View, and then navigate to the last record (with the RentalID field value 1700227). Change the Months field value to 4. Navigate to the previous record in the form (with the RentalID field value 1700226). Change the Discount field value to Yes.

Use the Rentals Update Form to add a new record to the Rentals table with the values shown in Figure 1 below.

Figure 1: Rentals Update Form

Save and close any open objects in your database. Compact and repair your database, close it, and then exit Access. Follow the directions on the SAM website to submit your completed project.

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UCC final/Instructions_SC_AC16_4a.docx

Shelly Cashman Access 2016 | Module 4: SAM Project 1a

Shelly Cashman Access 2016 | Module 4: SAM Project 1a

West Coast Outdoor Advertisers

CREATING reports and forms

GETTING STARTED

Open the file SC_AC16_4a_FirstLastName_1.accdb, available for download from the SAM website.

Save the file as SC_AC16_4a_FirstLastName_2.accdb by changing the “1” to a “2”.

· If you do not see the .accdb file extension in the Save As dialog box, do not type it. The program will add the file extension for you automatically.

Open the _GradingInfoTable table and ensure that your first and last name is displayed as the first record in the table. If the table does not contain your name, delete the file and download a new copy from the SAM website.

PROJECT STEPS

Open the Basic Billboards List report in Layout View. Group the report by the State field, and then sort the report by the BillboardID field in ascending order. Do not add any additional grouping or sorting options to the report. Close the Group, Sort & Total pane. (Hint: Click the Group & Sort button.) Save and close the Basic Billboards List report.

Modify the Advertiser Financial Report to match Figure 1 on the following page by performing the following tasks:

a. Open the Advertiser Financial Report in Layout View.

b. Sum the values in the Amount Paid column and the Current Due column for each state’s advertisers and for all advertisers.

c. Switch to Print Preview to view the report and to check that the values in the subtotal control and the total control are displayed completely.

d. Return to Layout View and, if necessary, expand the size of the subtotal control and the total control so that they are displayed completely.

Save the report without closing it.

With the Advertiser Financial Report still open in Layout View, apply conditional formatting to the Current Due column. If the amount currently due is greater than $6,000, display the value in bold, Green font (7th column, 1st row of the Standard Colors palette).

Save the report again, and then close it.

Figure 1: Advertiser Financial Report

Open the Advertiser by AdRep Report in Layout View, and then create a summary report. (Hint: To create a summary report, hide the detail lines.) Save and close the report.

Open the AdRep Phone List report in Layout View. Apply the Office theme to this object only. Save and close the report.

Use the Label Wizard to create mailing labels for the AdRep table, and include the following options:

e. Use Avery C2163 as the label size.

f. Use Arial font, 11 pt. font size, Light font weight, and Black (1st column, 6th row of the Basic Colors palette) font color with no special font styles for the labels. (Hint: These formatting options may be the default settings for your label.)

g. On the first line of the label, include the FirstName field, a space, and the LastName field.

h. On the second line of the label, include the Address field.

i. On the third line of the label, include the City field, a comma (,), a space, the State field, a space, and the PostalCode field. Your label should match Figure 2 below.

Figure 2: Prototype AdRep Label

j. Sort the labels by the PostalCode field.

k. Save the Labels as Labels AdRep (which is the default name).

Confirm that your labels match Figure 3 below, and then close the Labels AdRep report. (Hint: If a message appears warning that some data may not be displayed, click OK.)

Figure 3: Labels AdRep Report

Use the Report Wizard to create the report shown in Figure 4 on the next page. The report is based on the Advertiser and Rentals tables and should include the following options:

l. Include the AdvertiserID and AdvertiserName fields from the Advertiser table.

m. Include the RentalID and BillboardID fields from the Rentals table.

n. The data will automatically be grouped by the AdvertiserID field, but do not add any additional grouping levels.

o. Sort the report by the RentalID field in ascending order.

p. Use the Stepped layout and Landscape orientation.

q. Save the report as Advertisers and Rentals Report. (Hint: Do not include the (.) period following Report.)

Preview the report, and then close it.

Figure 4: Advertisers and Rentals Report

Open the AdRep Contact Form in Layout View, and then modify the form by performing the following tasks:

r. Select all the labels and controls in the Detail section of the form. (Hint: Do not select the form title label in the Form Header section.)

s. Place the selected controls in the Stacked control layout.

t. Add the DateHired control after the PhoneNumber control as shown in Figure 5 on the next page.

u. Move the LastName control after the FirstName control as shown in Figure 5. (Hint: Be sure to select both the label and the control for the LastName field.)

Save and close the form.

Figure 5: AdRep Contact Form

Open the Rentals Update Form in Layout View, and then bold the BeginDate control. Save and close the form.

Open the States Entry Form in Layout View, and then add the current date to the form. Use the option button for the second date format. Do not include the time on the form. Save and close the form.

Open the Advertiser Address Form in Form View, and then use the Advanced Filter/Sort option to create a filter with the following properties:

v. The records in the form should be sorted in ascending order by the AdvertiserName field.

w. The form should only return records where the State field contains “OR”.

x. Toggle the filter to confirm it is working. (Hint: There should only be nine records included in the form.)

Save and close the form.

Use the Form Wizard to create a form based on the Billboard table with the following options:

y. Include the BillboardID, Location, City, State, Type, and DEC fields (in that order) on the form.

z. Select the Columnar layout for the form

aa. Save the form as Basic Billboard Form. (Hint: Do not include the (.) period following Form.)

Close the form.

Save and close any open database objects. Compact and repair your database, close it, and then exit Access. Follow the directions on the SAM website to submit your completed project.

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UCC final/Instructions_SC_AC16_5a.docx

Shelly Cashman Access 2016 | Module 5: SAM Project 1a

Shelly Cashman Access 2016 | Module 5: SAM Project 1a

West Coast Outdoor Advertisers

Multiple-table forms

GETTING STARTED

Open the file SC_AC16_5a_FirstLastName_1.accdb, available for download from the SAM website.

Save the file as SC_AC16_5a_FirstLastName_2.accdb by changing the “1” to a “2”.

0. If you do not see the .accdb file extension in the Save As dialog box, do not type it. Access will add the file extension for you automatically.

1. Open the _GradingInfoTable table and ensure that your first and last name is displayed as the first record in the table. If the table does not contain your name, delete the file and download a new copy from the SAM website.

PROJECT STEPS

Open the Advertiser table in Design View. Use the Input Mask Wizard to create an input mask for the Phone field. Accept the default input mask for the Phone Number field. Store the data without the symbols in the mask. Save the change to the Advertiser table without closing it.

Switch the Advertiser table to Datasheet View, and then add a new field named Customer Notes at the end of the table. Use Long Text as the data type for the field. Save the change to the table.

With the Advertiser table still open in Datasheet View, update the record for Boise Medical Services (which has the AdvertiserID BMS53) as described below:

a. Using the input mask, enter 603-555-2883 in the Phone field.

b. Enter the text Designs own ads in the Customer Notes field.

Close the table.

Open the Rentals table in Design View, and then add a new field with the name Rental Contract following the Discount field. Use Attachment as the data type for the field, and use Rental Contract as the caption property of the field. Save the change to the table, and then close the table.

Modify the AdRep Data Entry Form to match Figure 1 on the following page by completing these tasks:

c. Open the AdRep Data Entry Form in Design View.

d. Open the field list for the form.

e. Add the PhoneNumber field to the form in the location shown in Figure 1.

Save and close the AdRep Data Entry Form.

Figure 1: AdRep Data Entry Form – Design View

Select the States table, and then create a new form in Design View. Update the form to match Figure 2 on the following page by completing these tasks:

f. Add the State and StateName fields (from the States table) to the Detail section of the form, in the approximate location shown in Figure 2. If necessary, reposition the controls and their labels after adding them to the form.

g. Save the form with the name State Data Entry Form, but do not close the form.

h. Add a title to the form. The title of the form should match the name of the form.

Save and close the State Data Entry Form.

Figure 2: State Data Entry Form – Design View

Open the AdRep Master Form in Design View, and then ensure that the Use Control Wizards button is selected.

With the AdRep Master Form still open in Design View, use the Subform/Subreport Wizard to add a subform with the following options:

i. Use the Advertiser table for the subform.

j. Select the AdvertiserID, AdvertiserName, and Current Due fields from the Advertiser table to add to the subform.

k. Accept the default link (“Show Advertiser for each record in AdRep using AdRepNumber”) to link the main form to the subform.

l. Save the subform as Advertiser subform (which is the default name).

m. If necessary, reposition the subform to match the approximate location shown in Figure 3a on the following page and Figure 3b on page 5.

Save and close the form.

Figure 3a: AdRep Master Form – Form View

Figure 3b: AdRep Master Form – Design View

Open the State-Billboard Master Form in Design View, and then modify it to match Figure 4a on the following page and Figure 4b on page 7 by resizing the width of the subform as shown in the figures. (Hint: The right edge of the subform is at the 5.5″ ruler mark.) Save, but do not close the form.

With the State-Billboard Master Form still open in Design View, modify the form title to match Figures 4a and 4b by completing the following tasks:

n. Change the font color of the title to Dark Red (1st column, 7th row of the Standard Colors palette).

o. Change the font size of the title text to 20 pt.

p. Apply the Raised special effect to the title.

Save and close the form.

Figure 4a: State-Billboard Master Form – Form View

Figure 4b: State-Billboard Master Form – Design View

Open the Rentals Financial Form in Design View, and then modify the form by completing the following tasks:

q. Delete the Discount control and the accompanying label.

r. Change the label for the Facing control to Direction. (Hint: Do not type the period.)

Save and close the form.

Open the Rentals Contact Form in Design View, and then modify the form to match Figure 5 on the following page by completing these tasks:

s. Select the BillboardID, Cost, Months, and BeginDate controls and labels simultaneously.

t. Adjust the spacing of these fields to have equal vertical spacing.

Save, but do not close the form.

With the Rentals Contact Form still open in Design View, change the tab order so that users tab to the AdvertiserName field immediately after the RentalID field. (Hint: Move the AdvertiserName field upward in the tab order.) Save and close the form.

Figure 5: Rentals Contact Form – Design View

Open the Basic Billboard Form in Design View, and then change the background color of the form to Light Gray 2 (1st column, 3rd row of the Standard Colors palette). Save the form, but do not close it.

With the Basic Billboard Form still open in Design View, modify the form to match Figure 6 on the following page by performing these tasks:

u. Select the Location label, Location control, Height label, and Height control simultaneously. Align the controls to the top.

v. Select the Location control, City control, State control, and Type control simultaneously. Do not select any labels, and make sure the Height control is not selected. Align the controls to the left.

Save, but do not close, the form.

With the Basic Billboard Form still open in Design View, add a title to the form using Basic Billboard Form as the name. (Hint: This is the default name). Save, but do not close the form.

With the Basic Billboard Form still open in Design View, change the Tab Stop property to No for the SqrFt field. Save and close the form.

Figure 6: Basic Billboard Form – Design View

Open the AdRep Skills Query in Design View, and then modify the query to find all ad reps who were hired after 1/1/2016 and who have special skills in Spanish. (Hint: The Special Skills field has the Long Text data type. The query should return one record.) Run the query, and then save and close it.

Save and close any open objects in your database. Compact and repair your database, close it, and then exit Access. Follow the directions on the SAM website to submit your compl

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