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COM1012

INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE OF AUTOMOTIVE KOMPLEKS AUTOMOTIF DRB HICOM PEKAN, KAWASAN PERINDUSTRIAN PERAMU JAYA, KARUNG BERKUNCI NO.8 26607 PEKAN, PAHANG DARUL MAKMUR

PRACTICAL SHEET 5
DIPLOMA IN VEHICLE INSPECTION (DVI) DIPLOMA IN VEHICLE ASSEMBLY MANAGEMENT (DVA) DIPLOMA IN AUTOMOTIVE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS (DMS) DIPLOMA IN AUTOMOTIVE SYSTEM TECHNOLOGY (DST) DIPLOMA IN AUTOMOTIVE PARTS MANAGEMENT (DPM) DIPLOMA IN AUTOMOTIVE RETAIL MANAGEMENT (DRM) DIPLOMA IN PROCUREMENT VENDOR MANAGEMENT (DPV) DIPLOMA IN ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING (DRP) COMPUTER APPLICATION / COM1012 1 OR 2 / 1 1 / MICROSOFT ACCESS 2010

PROGRAMMES

MODULE NAME / CODE SEMESTER / YEAR TOPIC NUMBER / TITLE

PREPARED BY CHAROMIE A/L TAT WI

CHECKED BY ELLYZIANA ABU BAKAR

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STUDENTS DETAILS
NAME :

ID NO

PROGRAMME

DVA

/ DMS / DVI / DST / DRM / DPM / DPV / DRP

SEMESTER

GROUP

MDM ELLYZIANA BINTI ABU BAKAR MR CHAROMIE A/L TAT WI LECTURERS NAME : MS NURUL AINI BINTI OTHMAN MDM RAJA SITI NURHIDAYAH BINTI RAJA IDRIS MISS NUR HANIS BINTI KAMALUDDIN

COMPLETED DATE FOR PRACTICALS PARTS

5A :

5B

1C

1D

1E

1F

STUDENTS SIGNATURE

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ASSESSMENT MARKS
PRACTICAL 5A: MICROSOFT ACCESS 2010 GRADING CRITERIA
COMPLETION ITEMS: ATTITUDE: Discuss the usage of Access Discuss the objects in Access Identify the usage of Access Explain the objects in Access Responsible Punctuality Job Finish on Time Listen to Instruction Well

TOTAL MARKS
5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 TOTAL

MARKS ACHIEVED

/ 40

PRACTICAL 5B: MICROSOFT ACCESS 2010 GRADING CRITERIA


ATTITUDE: Construct a table Perform query (using Query Wizard and Design) Enter data using form/table (using Split Form) Creating sophisticated report (using Report Wizard) Understand the objects in Access 2010 Able to create a functional database Responsible Punctuality Job Finish on Time Listen to Instruction Well

TOTAL MARKS
5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 TOTAL

MARKS ACHIEVED

COMPLETION ITEMS:

/ 50

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TABLE OF CONTENT

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

FRONT PAGE STUDENTS DETAILS ASSESSMENT MARKS TABLE OF CONTENT PRACTICAL 5A PRACTICAL 5B

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PRACTICAL 5A: WEEK 13: TOPIC 8: MICROSOFT ACCESS 2010 MODULE OUTCOME 2: To recognize and practice the suitable office application to fulfill task using word processing, spreadsheet, database and presentation. PRACTICAL OBJECTIVES:
At the end of the practical session, student should be able to: Discuss the four objects in Access 2010. Be able to create a database that consists of table, form, query and report. Explain the usage of database.

PRACTICAL INSTRUCTIONS: TASK 1: (40 MARKS) In group assigned by the lecturer, discuss about the Access 2010 object, which is the table, form, query and report. You are given 15 minutes to discuss before the lecturer starts asking the group questions.

EXPECTED COMPLETION TIME: 120 minutes in computer laboratory.

REFERENCE: Practical Sheet Lecture Notes Reference Book

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PRACTICAL 5B: WEEK 14: TOPIC 8: MICROSOFT ACCESS 2010 MODULE OUTCOME 2: To recognize and practice the suitable office application to fulfill task using word processing, spreadsheet, database and presentation. PRACTICAL OBJECTIVES:
At the end of the practical session, student should be able to: Discuss the four objects in Access 2010. Be able to create a database that consists of table, form, query and report. Explain the usage of database.

PRACTICAL INSTRUCTIONS: TASK 1: (30 MARKS) In group assigned by the lecturer, you will team up and create the database based on the Practical Instructions.

PRACTICAL INSTRUCTIONS: TASK 1A.WORKING WITH TABLE (7 MARKS)

In this activity, you will learn how to construct a table which is one element in the database. Table is list of information organize by rows and columns. Follow the step accordingly to complete this task. 1. Click Start; choose All Program, Microsoft Office and lastly Microsoft Access 2010. 2. Click Blank Database, at the File Name key in Car_Database_2012-09 and click Create. 3. Click on Click to Add, choose Text and edit Field 1 as Car. 4. Click on Click to Add, choose Number and edit Field 1 as Full Price. 5. Click on Click to Add, choose Number and edit Field 1 as Installment. 6. Click Save button on your Quick Access Toolbar and save the table as List of Cars. 7. At Tables, right click on List of Cars. Right click and choose Design View.
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8. Right click on the yellow key, and choose Cut. You will be prompt to delete the primary key. Click Yes. 9. Enter the following data to the table.

10. Click Save button.

TASK 1B.WORKING WITH SPLIT FORM (3 MARKS) While you can always enter data directly into database tables, you might find it easier to use forms. Using a form to enter data lets you be certain that you're entering the right data in the right location and format. This can help keep your database accurate and consistent. 1. 2. 3. 4. Click on the tab Create. Click on More Forms button and choose Split Form. Click on View and choose Form View. Click on New (blank) record. Enter the following record using the form.

5. Click Save button and save the Form with Form _for_Cars_DB.

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TASK 1C (i).WORKING WITH QUERY WIZARD

(5 MARKS)

The real power of a relational database is in the ability to quickly retrieve and analyze your data by running a query. Queries allow you to pull information from one or more tables based on a set of search conditions you define. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Click on the List of Cars table. Click on Create tab and click Query Wizard. In New Query, click OK. Select Car and Full Price fields only for the Query and click next. Change the title of the query to List of Full Price Query and click Finish. Your query should look like this.

TASK 1C (ii).WORKING WITH QUERY DESIGN

(5 MARKS)

1. Click on List of Full Price Query 2. Click Query Design, then at Show Table click Add then Close. 3. Make sure you design your query with Car, Full Price and Installment at the fields. 4. At the Installment Criteria, enter >1000. 5. Click Run to run the query. 6. Save the query as Budget Query.
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7. Your query should like the table below.

TASK 1D.WORKING WITH SOPHISTICATED REPORT

(10 MARKS)

The Report Wizard is a tool that guides you through the process of creating complex reports. Once you've created a report, whether through the Report Wizard or the Report command, you can then format it to make it look exactly how you want. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Click at the List_of_Cars table. Click Create tab. Click Report Wizard. Choose only Car and Installment. Click Next, Next and Next. Change the title of the report to Budget for Installment. Click Finish. Your report might be similar to the report below.

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EXPECTED COMPLETION TIME: 120 minutes in computer laboratory.

REFERENCE: Practical Sheet Lecture Notes Reference Book

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