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Access Developer 17 Lessons

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Fancy Reports Link 
Brandon Jackson        
2 months ago
Hello sir,

     I would love to see some advanced reporting techniques.  I'll include a link to a report that blew me away when I saw it.  I love all things Access, so I could really get into an advanced reporting/charting seminar or a data analysis in Access seminar! Read More...
Richard Rost        
2 months ago
That looks similar to the printed Work Order I create in the Work Order Seminar (look about half way down the page.) Basically job costing. Yes, I'll be doing more with reporting and charting - especially with the new Metro Charts they added to Access in 2016. Just haven't gotten to it yet. If you've got more sample reports you want to see me create, let me know.
Richard Rost        
2 months ago
And you're right - I do tend to neglect reports. I always like to get everything build in forms and queries and make sure it's running and working. I always forget there's the other side which is printing stuff out. :)
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DLookupPlus Table Link 
James Gray        
2 months ago
I think you briefly mentioned this but couldn't you just set up the relationship between SalesRep and Region as a many to many one and then make the table a junction table? This would avoid the intermediary query, correct? Or am I way off base?
Richard Rost        
2 months ago
SalesRep to Region has to be many-to-many in order for SalesReps to have multiple states, and for states to have multiple SalesReps. The query is only because we want to display the data in that format with the DLookupPlus function. Unless I'm not understanding your question...
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Access D17 Lesson 3 Link 
Richard Rost         
3 months ago
Lesson 3 has posted. We build the DLookupPlus function!
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Access D17 Lesson 2 Link 
Richard Rost         
3 months ago
Juan, this one is for you. Use a Recordset to loop through customers and export specific individual PDF files for each of them into a folder.
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Access D17 Lesson 1 Link 
Richard Rost         
3 months ago
This lesson tackles removing items from unbound multi-select list boxes.
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