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Macschool: curso de diseño web
3.600 $ Macschool curso de diseño web duración 40 horas contenido del diplomado de diseño web: • adobe fireworks cs6 10 hrs. programa para editar imágenes, crear animaciones y elementos para web • adobe flash cs6 10 hrs. el programa líder en la creación de animaciones e integración de elementos para audio y video para la web. • adobe dreamweaver cs6 10 hrs. el programa estándar para los diseñadores que integran elementos e imágenes para la creación de sitios web de impacto. • desarrollo de pagina web 10 horas el curso de diseño web permitirá al alumno aplicar las herramientas aprendidas durante el curso para desarrollar sitios web, animaciones en flash, banners, gifs animados, interfaces, botones y elementos para poderse integrar en un sitio web. Benito Juarez (Distrito Federal)
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23-09-2014 en Computación, Diseño Web
Cursos de php particular
100 $ Clase particulares en linea como presenciales, es para las personas que buscan soluciones reales de aprendizaje , es decir, no esta pensado solo en enseñar el código sino para que puedan entender perfectamente el código. también doy cursos de html,ajax,javscript,jquery y php la primera clase es gratuita para que conozcan la metodología de enseñanza. Benito Juarez (Distrito Federal)
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11-08-2014 en Computación, Diseño Web
Curso de php y mysql
5.800 $ Macschool curso de php y mysql php es un lenguaje de programación del lado del servidor independiente de plataforma, que permite realizar accesos a bases de datos, conexiones en red, y otras tareas para crear la página que finalmente verá el usuario. Es un lenguaje rápido y fácil de utilizar, con una gran librería de funciones y mucha documentación, que se escribe dentro del código html. dirigido a: el curso de php y mysql esta dirigido a personas que desean adquirir, mejorar o actualizar sus conocimientos en esta área. requisitos: para el curso de php y mysql es necesario contar con conocimientos nivel básico de html. para qué te prepara: adquirir una base teórica y práctica en el campo de la informática para poder comprender los conceptos prácticos. El curso de php y mysql te permite conocer el lenguaje de creación de páginas web. Conocer los principios del diseño y la interactividad con el usuario. Aprender la forma de optimizar las bases de datos y protegerlas contra posibles agresiones. Conocer los principios básicos del diseño y construcción de bases de datos en internet. Benito Juarez (Distrito Federal)
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13-05-2014 en Computación, Diseño Web
Cursos Computación Internet Word Excel PowerPoint y más
500 $ Escuela CESAI ofrece Carrera Técnica de Computación para Oficina Inscripción única $200.00 $500 pesos cada 2 semanas por persona Grupos reducidos de máx 5 personas Habla y regístrate pronto para apartar lugar. Cada curso es de 2 semanas de lunes a jueves de 2 horas Gratis Manual por Curso y al terminar la carrera Memoria USB de 8GB Introducción a la computadora, Internet, Word, Excel Básico, Excel Avanzado, PowerPoint. Tiempo aproximado 12 semanas Curso Especial o Individual $1800 pesos por curso deseado de 12 a 16 horas con horario ajustable a tu tiempo avanzando a tu ritmo sin presiones. Gratis Manual por Curso y al terminar el curso Memoria USB de 8GB TEL: 55 51 36 48 José María Velasco No. 4-F Esq. Revolución Col. San José Insurgentes. (Frente al Superama) Benito Juarez (Distrito Federal)
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11-04-2014 en Computación, Diseño Web
Posicionamiento Web, Publicidad en Linea
A consultar Llega a más clientes potenciales. Google Adwords es la plataforma más importante para realizar publicidad online. Probablemente tus clientes actuales buscan tu negocio directamente por el nombre. Los clientes potenciales, en cambio, tienden a buscar por tema y ubicación (por ejemplo, "venta de casas en Cuernavaca" o "clases de música en Ixtapa"). Anunciando en Google, podrás ser encontrado por personas que buscan palabras relacionadas con tu negocio. Empezar es muy fácil. Crea tu anuncio de Google y obtén nuevos clientes. Para utilizar esta oferta visita: nuevaweb.com.mx o llama al 26148196 Benito Juarez (Distrito Federal)
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08-01-2014 en Computación, Diseño Web
Curso De Reparacion De Consolas De Videojuego Y Reballing
2.490 $ Aprende A Reparar Cualquier Tipo Consolas Videojuego Profesionalmente Mas información: Benito Juarez, Colonia del Valle centro. Teléfono Fijo: 5604 7267. Celular Telcel: 55 3250 3613. Benito Juarez (Distrito Federal)
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20-11-2012 en Computación, Diseño Web
CURSO BÁSICO ILLUSTRATOR CS5.5
2.000 $ CURSO BÁSICO ILLUSTRATOR CS5.5 CREACIÓN DE IMÁGENES VECTORIALES + ILUSTRACIÓN TRADICIONAL IMPARTE: GUILLERMO HIRIART Adobe Illustrator CS5.5 es un programa de capacitación especializado que le permitirá conocer, utilizar las mejores técnicas y herramientas para la creación y tratamiento de imágenes vectoriales. OBJETIVO: Mostrar desde los fundamentos del dibujo vectorial hasta la creación de ilustraciones sofisticadas para impresión, web y dispositivos móviles. Además, conocerá todas las novedades y mejoras de la versión CS5, en complemento se apoya con la enseñanza de ilustración tradicional para conocer cómo las ilustraciones que hacemos en papel se pueden digitalizar en Adobe Illustrator CS5. DIRIGIDO A: Estudiantes y profesionales con pocos o nulos conocimientos en Adobe Illustrator que desean realizar proyectos de Ilustración y gráficos para la creación de carteles, posters e imágenes publicitarias. REQUISITOS PARA EL CURSO: ? Conocimientos básicos del sistema operativo Mac OS X ALGUNOS TEMAS A TRATAR: ? Conocer el área de trabajo ? Dibujo básico ? Selecciones y formas ? Creación de formas ? Transformar objetos ? Dibujar con la herramienta pluma ? Color y pintura ? Trabajar con texto ? Trabajar con capas ? Fusionar formas y colores ? Trabajar con pinceles y garabatos ? Aplicar efectos ? Aplicar atributos de apariencia y estilos gráficos ? Trabajar con símbolos ? Combinar gráficos de Illustrator con los programas de Creative Suite ? Imprimir ilustraciones y producir separaciones de color INSCRPCIÓN: FECHA DE INICIO: 26 de Noviembre HORARIO: Lunes de 7 pm a 10 pm DURACION: 2 meses // 8 sesiones de 3 horas // 24 horas totales REQUISITOS: 2 fotografías tamaño infantil y copia de identificación oficial. COSTO: Mensualidad: $2,000 FORMAS DE PAGO: Efectivo, depósito bancario o transferencia bancaria. Pago anticipado (antes del 24 de Noviembre) 10% de descuento en la mensualidad ($1,800). Pago después del 24 de Noviembre 5% de descuento en la mensualidad ($1,900) Esperamos te sea útil la información. Cualquier duda o sugerencia comunícate a CAP Digital Tel: 6276-6535 Mail: contacto@capdigital.com.mx www.capdigital.com.mx Benito Juarez (Distrito Federal)
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29-10-2012 en Computación, Diseño Web
2541: Core Data Access
6.195 $ 2541:Core Data Access with Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 About This Workshop Elements of this syllabus are subject to change. This three-day instructor-led workshop provides students with the knowledge and skills to develop data-access applications by using the Microsoft .NET Framework and Microsoft Visual Studio 2005. The workshop describes how to access and update data in a database by using ADO.NET. The workshop also describes how to create, read, and write XML data. Audience Profile This workshop is intended for corporate and Independent Software Vendor (ISV) application developers who have a desire to learn more about specific technology areas in distributed application development. At Workshop Completion After completing this course, students will be able to: ?Connect to databases and read data. ?Query and update databases by using commands. ?Perform transactional operations. ?Perform disconnected operations programmatically. ?Perform disconnected operations by using Visual Studio 2005 wizards. ?Perform XML operations on disconnected data. ?Read and write XML data. ?Process XML data by using the Document Object Model DOM. Session 1: Unit 1: Connecting to Databases and Reading Data This unit introduces the fundamental skills required to connect to a database and read data from the database. It describes how to use ADO.NET data providers to connect to various different kinds of databases, and how to execute a query that returns a scalar value from the database. It also describes how to use connection pooling to achieve scalability, and how to handle connection events and exceptions. Lessons ?What Is ADO.NET? ?The Process for Connecting to a Database and Reading Data ?What Is Connection Pooling? Lab : Connecting to Databases and Reading Data ?Connecting to a Database ?Saving a Connection String Securely in an Application Configuration File ?Retrieving Data from a Database ?Handling Connection Events and Exceptions ?Configuring and Using Connection Pooling (if time permits) After completing this module, students will be able to: ?Describe the key features of ADO.NET. ?Explain the process for connecting to a database and reading data from a database. ?Describe the benefits of connection pooling. ?Connect to a database. ?Save a connection string securely in an application configuration file. ?Retrieve data from a database. ?Handle connection events and exceptions. Session 2: Unit 2: Querying and Updating Databases by Using Commands This unit describes how to create and run commands that return a scalar value, return a result set, update data in the database, or update the schema of the database. It also describes how to create and run parameterized commands. Lessons ?ADO.NET Commands ?The Process for Passing Parameters into Commands Lab : Querying and Updating Databases by Using Commands ?Creating and Running Query Commands ?Creating and Running Parameterized Commands ?Creating and Running Update Commands ?Using Globalized Formats for Storing and Accessing Data (if time permits) After completing this module, students will be able to: ?List the different types of ADO.NET commands. ?Explain the process for creating and executing parameterized commands. ?Create and run query commands. ?Create and run parameterized commands. ?Create and run update commands. Session 3: Performing Transactional Operations This unit describes how to manage transactions in a .NET application at the middle tier. It describes how to write ADO.NET code to start, commit, and rollback local transactions. It also describes how to specify an appropriate isolation level for a transaction, and how to enlist in distributed transactions. Lessons ?What Is a Transaction? ?The Process for Managing Local Transactions ?The Process for Managing Distributed Transactions ?Isolation Levels Lab : Performing Transactional Operations ?Performing Data Updates within a Transaction ?Choosing an Appropriate Isolation Level for a Transaction ?Enlisting in a Distributed Transaction ?Managing Transactions in the Data Tier (if time permits) After completing this module, students will be able to: ?Describe the concept of transactional operations. ?Explain the process for managing a local transaction. ?Explain the process for managing a distributed transaction. ?Describe the effect of setting the isolation level for a transaction. ?Perform data updates within a transaction. ?Choose an appropriate isolation level for a transaction. ?Enlist in a distributed transaction. Session 4: Performing Disconnected Operations Programmatically This unit describes how to create and use DataSets programmatically. It describes how to create DataSet, DataTable, and DataColumn objects, how to populate a DataSet manually, and how to load and save data by using a DataAdapter. It also describes how to create in-memory views on data by using a DataView. Lessons ?What Is the ADO.NET Disconnected Model? ?The Process for Loading and Saving Data in a DataSet ?What Are DataViews? Lab : Performing Disconnected Operations Programmatically ?Creating a DataSet Programmatically ?Populating and Saving a DataSet ?Adding, Modifying, and Deleting Data in a DataSet ?Merging DataSets ?Creating and Using DataViews (if time permits) After completing this module, students will be able to: ?Describe the ADO.NET disconnected data model. ?Explain the process for loading and saving data in a DataSet. ?Describe how to use DataViews to provide a view on data. ?Create a DataSet programmatically. ?Populate and save a DataSet. ?Add, modify, and delete data in a DataSet. ?Merge DataSets. Session 5: Performing Disconnected Operations by Using Visual Studio 2005 Wizards This unit describes how to create typed DataSets, DataAdapters, and TableAdapters by using the TableAdapter Configuration Wizard and the Data Source Configuration Wizard in Visual Studio 2005. It also describes how to write type-safe code to access data in a typed DataSet. Lessons ?Comparing Untyped DataSets with Typed DataSets ?What Are Table Adapters? ?Demonstration: Creating a Typed DataSet by Using Visual Studio 2005 Wizards Lab : Performing Disconnected Operations by Using Visual Studio 2005 Wizards ?Creating a Typed DataSet by Using the DataSet Designer ?Loading, Displaying, and Saving Data in a Typed DataSet ?Adding Code to a Typed DataSet ?Creating a Typed DataSet by Using the Data Source Configuration Wizard ?Adding Queries to a Table Adapter (if time permits) After completing this module, students will be able to: ?Explain the differences between untyped DataSets and typed DataSets. ?Explain how table adapters work in conjunction with data tables in a typed DataSet. ?Describe the process for creating a typed DataSet by using Visual Studio 2005 Wizards. ?Create a typed DataSet by using the DataSet Designer. ?Load, display, and save data in a typed DataSet. ?Add code to a typed DataSet. ?Create a typed DataSet by using the Data Source Configuration Wizard. Session 6: Performing XML Operations on Disconnected Data This unit describes how to read and write DataSets in XML format. It describes how to read and write data only, schema only, or a combination of the two. It also describes how to read and write a DataSet as a DiffGram, so that modifications to the data can be retained when the DataSet is serialized to XML format. Lessons ?XML Representations of DataSets ?What Are DiffGrams? Lab : Performing XML Operations on Disconnected Data ?Saving a DataSet as XML Data ?Loading a DataSet from XML ?Saving and Loading DataSet Schema Information After completing this module, students will be able to: ?Describe scenarios in which you can represent a DataSet as XML data. ?Explain how a DiffGram retains information about modifications to a DataSet. ?Save a DataSet as XML data. ?Load a DataSet from XML. ?Save and load DataSet schema information. Session 7: Reading and Writing XML Data This unit describes how to use the XmlReader and XmlWriter classes to serially read and write XML data. It describes how to read elements, attributes, and text content in an XML document, and perform validation against an XML schema. It also describes how to create an XML document and write elements, attributes, namespace declarations, and text content. Lessons ?The Process for Serially Reading XML Data ?The Process for Serially Writing XML Data Lab : Reading and Writing XML Data ?Writing XML Data by Using XmlWriter ?Reading XML Data by Using XmlReader After completing this module, students will be able to: ?Describe the process for serially reading XML data. ?Describe the process for serially writing XML data. ?Write XML data by using XmlWriter. ?Read XML data by using XmlReader. Session 8: Processing XML Data by Using DOM This unit describes how to process XML data in memory by using the Document Object Model (DOM). It describes how to load an XML document into a DOM tree, and validate the XML document against an XML schema. It also describes how to read existing XML content, modify XML content, and save the DOM tree to an XML document. Lessons ?What Is DOM? ?What Are DOM Trees? ?Types of XML Nodes in a DOM Tree Lab : Processing XML Data by Using DOM ?Reading XML Data by Using DOM ?Writing XML Data by Using DOM After completing this module, students will be able to: ?Explain what DOM is and describe how to process XML data in memory by using DOM. ?Explain what a DOM tree is and describe how to represent XML documents as a DOM tree. ?List the types of nodes in a DOM tree. ?Read XML data by using DOM. ?Modify XML data by using DOM. Benito Juarez (Distrito Federal)
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17-05-2010 en Computación, Diseño Web
4994: Introduction to Programming
8.995 $ 4994: Introduction to Programming Microsoft .NET Applications with Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 About this Course This five-day instructor-led course enables introductory-level developers who are not familiar with the Microsoft .NET Framework or Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 to gain familiarity with the Visual Studio 2005 development environment. Students will also learn basic skills using either Microsoft Visual Basic or Microsoft Visual C# as a programming language. Audience Profile The target audience for this course includes both novice programmers who have a minimum of three months? programming experience and intermediate-level programmers who are otherwise new to .NET Framework development, and want to learn how to use Visual Basic or C#. At Course Completion After completing this course, students will be able to: ?Describe the key features of the .NET Framework and Visual Studio 2005. ?Create a simple Windows Forms application. ?Explain programming fundamentals. ?Create and use data types and variables. ?Control program execution by using conditional statements and loops. ?Explain the fundamentals of object-oriented programming. ?Create simple object-oriented applications. ?Develop the user interface in a Visual Studio 2005 application. ?Validate user input on a Windows form. ?Implement debugging and exception handling in a Visual Studio 2005 application. ?Access data in a Visual Studio 2005 application. ?Create simple Web applications and XML Web services. ?Explain the key features of the .NET Framework version 3.0 technologies. ?Test and deploy Microsoft .NET Framework applications. Module 1: Getting Started This module introduces the .NET Framework and the software development life cycle. It also describes the key features of Visual Studio 2005. Lessons ?Introduction to Microsoft .NET and the .NET Framework ?Introduction to the Software Development Life Cycle ?Exploring Visual Studio 2005 Lab : Getting Started ?Working in the Development Environment After completing this module, students will be able to: ?Describe Microsoft .NET and the .NET Framework. ?Describe the software development life cycle. ?Explain the key features of Visual Studio 2005. Module 2: Creating a Simple Windows Forms Application This module explains how to create a Windows Forms application, how to add controls to a form, and how to compile and run the application. Lessons ?Creating a Windows Forms Project ?Adding Controls to a Windows Forms Project ?Compiling and Running a Windows Forms Project Lab : Creating a Simple Windows Forms Application ?Creating a Windows Forms Application ?Adding Controls to the Main Form ?Compiling and Testing the Application After completing this module, students will be able to: ?Create a Windows Forms project. ?Add controls to a Windows Forms project. ?Compile and run a Windows Forms project. Module 3: Programming Fundamentals This module explains important programming concepts and terminology. It also covers the main elements of a program and explains how to create and work with items such as functions, properties, and methods. Finally, this module provides guidelines on areas such as naming conventions and code documentation. Lessons ?Understanding Programming Concepts ?Defining Program Structure and Flow ?Styling and Writing Code Lab : Programming Fundamentals ?Displaying the Current Date on a Form ?Adding a New Form to the Application ?Adding Controls to the New Form After completing this module, students will be able to: ?Explain basic programming concepts. ?Define program structure and flow. ?Explain guidelines for styling and writing code. Module 4: Data Types and Variables This module introduces data types, variables, and constants and explains how to use them. It also explains how to use collections and data type conversion. Lessons ?Introduction to Data Types ?Defining and Using Variables ?Defining and Using Collections ?Converting Data Types Lab : Data Types and Variables ?Implementing Variables and Constants ?Implementing Arrays and Enumerations After completing this module, students will be able to: ?Explain the main features of data types. ?Define and use variables. ?Define and use collections. ?Explain data type conversion. Module 5: Controlling Program Execution This module describes how to control program execution by writing expressions, conditional statements, and iteration statements. Lessons ?Writing Expressions ?Creating Conditional Statements ?Creating Iteration Statements Lab : Controlling Program Execution ?Checking User Input ?Enabling and Disabling Controls After completing this module, students will be able to: ?Write expressions that contain operators. ?Create conditional statements. ?Create iteration statements. Module 6: Fundamentals of Object-Oriented Programming This module introduces students to the concepts of object-oriented programming, defines important terminology, and shows the syntax for defining classes and creating instances. Lessons ?Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming ?Defining a Class ?Creating a Class Instance Lab : Fundamentals of Object-Oriented Programming ?Creating a SalesPerson Class ?Creating and Using a SalesPerson Object After completing this module, students will be able to: ?Describe the essential features of object-oriented programming. ?Define a class. ?Create a class instance. Module 7: Creating Object-Oriented Applications This module describes how to design classes by using the Class Designer tool in Visual Studio, and also describes how to use inheritance and interfaces. Lessons ?Designing Classes with the Class Designer Tool ?Implementing Inheritance ?Defining and Implementing Interfaces Lab : Creating Object-Oriented Applications ?Creating a Base Class ?Creating Derived Classes After completing this module, students will be able to: ?Design classes with the Class Designer tool. ?Implement inheritance. ?Define and implement interfaces. Module 8: Building a User Interface This module explains how to develop an application by using features such as modal and modeless forms, menus, toolbars, status bars, tool tips, and the HelpProvider control. Lessons ?Managing Forms and Dialog Boxes ?Creating Menus and Toolbars ?Providing User Assistance Lab : Building a User Interface ?Adding a Menu and a Toolbar to an Application ?Adding a Status Bar and Tooltips to an Application After completing this module, students will be able to: ?Manage forms and dialog boxes. ?Create menus and toolbars. ?Provide user assistance. Module 9: Validating User Input This module explains how to restrict user input on a form, and how to use field-level and form-level validation. Lessons ?Restricting User Input ?Implementing Field-Level Validation ?Implementing Form-Level Validation Lab : Validating User Input ?Adding an ErrorProvider Component to a Form ?Providing Visual Cues to the User by Enabling an OK Button After completing this module, students will be able to: ?Restrict user input. ?Implement field-level validation. ?Implement form-level validation. Module 10: Debugging and Exception Handling This module introduces students to the types of errors that can occur in an application, and describes how to use a combination of debugging and exception handling to detect and diagnose these errors. Lessons ?Types of Errors ?Debugging Applications ?Handling Exceptions in Applications Lab : Debugging and Exception Handling ?Detecting Logic Errors ?Handling Run-Time Errors After completing this module, students will be able to: ?Describe the types of errors that can occur in an application. ?Debug an application. ?Handle exceptions in an application. Module 11: Accessing Data This module introduces students to data access in .NET Framework applications, and shows how to access data both by using the Visual Studio integrated development environment (IDE) and by writing code. Lessons ?Overview of Data Access ?Accessing Data by Using the Visual Studio 2005 Integrated Development Environment ?Programmatic Access to Data Lab : Accessing Data ?Displaying Data by Using a DataGridView Control ?Access Data Programmatically by Using ADO.NET After completing this module, students will be able to: ?Describe the key features of data access in a .NET Framework application. ?Access data by using tools in the Visual Studio 2005 IDE. ?Access data programmatically by using ADO.NET and the XmlReader class. Module 12: Creating Web Applications and XML Web Services This module introduces students to ASP.NET, and describes how to create simple Web applications and XML Web services. Lessons ?Creating Web Applications ?Creating and Using XML Web Services Lab : Creating Web Applications and XML Web Services ?Creating a Web Application ?Creating and Using an XML Web Service After completing this module, students will be able to: ?Create a Web application in ASP.NET. ?Create and use an XML Web Service in ASP.NET. Module 13: Exploring .NET Framework 3.0 Technologies This module introduces the new .NET Framework 3.0 technologies and explains how to create a Windows Presentation Foundation application and a Windows Communication Foundation service. Lessons ?Introduction to the .NET Framework 3.0 Technologies ?Introduction to Windows Presentation Foundation ?Introduction to Windows Communication Foundation Lab : Exploring .NET Framework 3.0 Technologies ?Building a Windows Presentation Foundation Application ?Building a Windows Communication Foundation Service ?Accessing a Windows Communication Foundation Service from a Windows Presentation Foundation Client After completing this module, students will be able to: ?Describe the .NET Framework 3.0 technologies. ?Describe the main features of Windows Presentation Foundation. ?Describe the main features of Windows Communication Foundation. Module 14: Testing and Deploying Microsoft .NET Framework Applications This module provides an overview of software testing and explains how to use the Object Test Bench (OTB). It also explains how to deploy Microsoft .NET Framework applications by using both Windows Installer and ClickOnce. Lessons ?Overview of Testing ?Creating Object Test Bench Objects ?Deploying Microsoft .NET Framework Applications Lab : Testing and Deploying Microsoft .NET Framework Applications ?Testing an Application ?Deploying an Application by Using ClickOnce ?Deploying an Application by Using Windows Installer After completing this module, students will be able to: ?Describe the main features of application testing. ?Create object test bench objects. ?Deploy Microsoft .NET Framework applications Benito Juarez (Distrito Federal)
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17-05-2010 en Computación, Diseño Web
Diplomado en Access
2.800 $ Duración- 24 Hrs Dirigido a - Las personas que deseen conocer las principales características de Access, crear y diseñar bases de datos. Para qué te prepara - El participante será capaz de diseñar bases de datos de alto nivel, así como aplicaciones personales donde se utilice este manejador de base de datos. Temario Lección 1: Explorar el entorno de Microsoft® Office Access? 2007 A. Examinar los conceptos de bases de datos B. Explorar la interfaz de usuario C. Usar una base de datos de Access existente D. Personalizar el entorno de Access. E. Obtener ayuda Lección 2: Diseñar una base de datos A. Describir el proceso de diseño de la base de datos relacional B. Definir el propósito de la base de datos C. Revisar los datos existentes D. Determinar campos E. Agrupar campos en tablas F. Normalizar datos G. Designar claves principales y externas H. Determinar las relaciones de las tablas Lección 3: Construir una base de datos A. Crear una nueva base de datos B. Crear una tabla C. Administrar tablas D. Crear una relación de tablas E. Guardar una base de datos como una versión anterior Lección 4: Administrar datos en una tabla A. Modificar datos de una tabla B. Ordenar registros C. Trabajar con subhojas de datos Lección 5: Consultar una base de datos A. Filtrar registros B. Crear una consulta C. Agregar criterios a una consulta D. Agregar un campo calculado a una consulta E. Realizar cálculos en una agrupación de registros Lección 6: Diseñar formularios A. Vea datos usando un formulario de Access B. Crear un formulario C. Modificar el diseño de un formulario Lección 7: Generar informes A. Visualizar un informe de Access B. Crear un informe C. Agregar un campo calculado personalizado a un informe D. Dar formato a los controles en un informe E. Aplicar un estilo de Autoformato a un informe F. Prepare un informe para imprimir Lección 8: Controlar la entrada de datos A. Restringir la entrada de datos usando las propiedades del campo. B. Establecer un patrón para la entrada de datos en los campos C. Crear una lista de valores para un campo Lección 9: Combinar tablas A. Crear combinaciones de consultas B. Combinar tablas no relacionadas C. Relacionar datos dentro de una tabla Lección 10: Crear consultas flexibles A. Establecer propiedades de una consulta de selección B. Crear consultas de parámetros C. Crear consultas de acción Lección 11: Mejorar Formularios A. Diseñar un diseño de un formulario B. Mejorar la apariencia de un formulario C. Restringir la entrada de datos en los formularios D. Agregar un botón de comando a un formulario E. Crear un subformulario Lección 12: Personalizar Informes A. Organizar la información del informe B. Formatear el informe C. Establecer las propiedades de control del informe D. Control de paginación del informe. E. Resumir información del informe F. Agregar un subinforme a un informe existente G. Crear un informe de etiqueta postal Lección 13: Compartir datos a través de aplicaciones A. Importar datos en Access B. Exportar datos C. Analizar datos de Access en Excel. D. Exportar datos a un archivo de texto E. Combinar datos de Access con un documento deWord . Lección 14: Integrar Access a su negocio. A. Importar un documento XML a la base de datos de Access. B. Exportar Una base de datos de Access al formato XML. C. Exportar archivos al Libro de Contactos de Outlook D. Recolectar archivos a través de mensajes de correo electrónico Lección 15: Automatizar un Proyecto de Negocio con VBA. A. Crear un módulo estándar. B. Desarrollar un Código. C. Traer un procedimiento da partir de una forma. D. Correr el procedimiento. Lección 16. Administrar el Panel de Control. A. Crear una base de datos con el Panel de Control. B. Modificar una base de datos con el Panel de Control. C. Fijar las opciones de inicio. Lección 17: Distribuir y Proteger Bases de Datos. A. Dividir una Base de Datos. B. Implementar Seguridad. C. Fijar Contraseñas. D. Convertir una base de datos De Access a un archivo ACCDE. E. Empaquetar una base de datos con una firma digital. Lección 18: Compartir una Base de Datos utilizando el sitio de SharePoint. A. Exportar una tabla a una lista de SharePoint. B. Importar datos de una lista de SharePoint. C. Publicar una base de datos al sitio de SharePoint. D. Mover una Base de Datos al sitio de SharePoint. E. Trabajar Offline. Benito Juarez (Distrito Federal)
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17-05-2010 en Computación, Diseño Web

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