|05/14||Access Tip: Many-to-Many Relationships|
In this new Access Tip video, I'll show you how to set up a Many-to-Many Relationship in your databases, and why they're important.
|05/14||Access Expert 5 Handbook Ready|
The handbook for the Access Expert 5 is now available.
If you have already purchased this handbook, you can download it now or get it in the Theater. If you are on the Waiting List for it, your order will be processed today. If you haven't purchased the handbook yet but you DO have the video course, you can buy the handbook from the [more...]
|05/10||Access Tip: Email Using Outlook|
NEW Microsoft Access Tip: In this tutorial I will show you how to email a report from your Microsoft Access database using Outlook. Click here: EMAIL A REPORT.
|05/10||Microsoft Access Expert 5|
This is the fifth Microsoft Access video tutorial in the Expert series. It picks up where Expert Level 4 left off.
This class is 1 hour, 17 minutes long and focuses on creating a letter report that you can print, export, or email to your customers directly from your database. You'll also learn how to edit embedded macros, customize the Ribbon, and lots more. Topics include:
- Print a [more...] 2 comments
|05/10||Updated Production Schedule|
Updated 10 May 2013
This is a guide to what's coming up next, in order of release. Don't ask me (or Denise) for dates, as I never give them (Why? Click here for an explanation). You can find more information or pre-order these courses by clicking on the links below. Your credit card will NOT be charged until the course is actually released.
WORKING ON RIGHT NOW:
I'm currently working on a [more...] 18 comments
|05/02||Access Amort Handbook|
The handbook for the Access Amortization Seminar is now available.
If you have already purchased this handbook, you can download it now or get it in the Theater. If you are on the Waiting List for it, your order will be processed today. If you haven't purchased the handbook yet but you DO have the video course, you can buy [more...]
|04/30||New ZIP File Downloads|
As I posted a few weeks ago, I'm discontinuing the Amicron Video Player (AVP). It served me well for the past 10 years, but maintaining and upgrading it is just too time consuming. Over 90% of my students watch their videos online in the Theater now, and the rest of you will still be able to download your course videos as MP4 files which will you can view in most video players, including Windows Media Player, [more...] 1 comment
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