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Hi Guest. I'm in the process of redesigning the Online Theater to make watching courses more interactive. I recently designed my own News Article / Blog system for the web site, and I'm using it to recreate the Theater. It's a little more setup time for me, but I think in the end, the courses will be a lot easier for you to use, be more interactive with comments, and I can very easily include notes after the fact, addendum videos, quizzes, extra files (like sample databases, the handbooks, etc.) and lots more right here

Lesson Contents

  • 00. Introduction (10:17)
  • 01. Database Terminology (11:56)
  • 02. Planning Your Database (9:04)
  • 03. The Access Interface (11:02)
  • 04. Customer Table, Part 1 (10:52)
  • 05. Customer Table, Part 2 (12:14)
  • 06. Entering Data, Part 1 (11:09)
  • 07. Entering Data, Part 2 (9:10)
  • 08. Sorting & Filtering (7:18)
  • 09. Customer Queries (15:16)
  • 10. Customer Form (14:21)
  • 11. Customer Reports (14:08)
  • 12. Review (5:33)


Begin Course: Introduction


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George Stefanidakis     
Hello Richard, I do not normally use the theater option. I usually use VLC Media player on the downloaded files I get for each lesson. I have kept up with purchases but sadly have not been able to keep up with the lessons I have already downloaded. Having said all that, your full screen example is a little fuzzy on my computer, but I also see the same when I go to full screen with VLC. Anyway, It looks good and is much more readable. Please keep things going, I am looking forward to future lessons.
Richard Rost
Thanks George. The reason why the full screen is fuzzy for THIS video is because it's an older lesson. Access B1 was recorded at the small size. Even the video player at the normal size is larger than the video dimensions. Newer lessons like Excel Expert 11 will look better. Thanks for the feedback.
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