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8/19/2013 9:11:59 AM
Access 2013 Beginner 1
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If you are new to Microsoft Access 2013, this video tutorial will teach you all of the basics of how to build a Microsoft Access database. You will learn:

- Database Terminology & Benefits
- Planning Your Database
- The Access Interface & Ribbon
- Building a Customer Table
- Entering and Editing Data
- Sorting & Filtering Records
- Constructing Customer Queries
- Designing a Customer Form Interface
- Developing Reports & Mailing Labels

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Checking Out Keys Comment from Myra R Miller @ 9/3/2013
I am trying to make a data base for a Key log with a large number of keys. Where as a key is checked out it s taken from the main date base and put in the check out. Thus so I know how many keys are left open.


Reply from Richard Rost:

Well, I'm not exactly sure what you mean by "keys" but if you have a list of items and you want to indicate whether or not they're "in use" then just add a yes/no field with a checkbox that you can check ON or OFF based on each item's status.
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Access 2013 Beginner 1 Comment from Richard R @ 8/19/2013
Because the classes are almost identical, I'm merging the Access 2013 Beginner 1 and Access 2010 Beginner 1 forms. This way all of the people taking the 2013 edition can benefit from the questions and answers asked before. You can find the Access 2010 feed HERE.
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