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|Posted1/05/2019||Job Title||Salary / Daily Rate€50,000 - €60,000||LocationDublin||TypePermanent|
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The application allows for a large number of data to be
analysed, compared and managed more efficiently than in other Microsoft applications, like Microsoft Excel, therefore making this an essential application for IT specialists in analytical roles.
MS Access is part of the Microsoft Office suite of applications that is
partnered with other essential applications such as Word and Outlook;
however, it can be purchased as a stand-alone product. With its user-friendly graphical interface, MS Access is used within many businesses because it supports complex data types within an easy-to- use format.
Data is stored within the table formats, and they can be categorised by many fields. The content can be shared with other users, with permissions assigned where required. The application will subsequently create reports from the data when required to allow for easy analysis.
Many IT professionals will be aware of MS Access and its capabilities. Those within, or looking to acquire, analytical roles within the industry will benefit immensely from understanding and utilising this Microsoft application.
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