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Access Developer 28 Lessons

Welcome to Access Developer 28. Total running time is 2 hours, 1 minute plus an additional 1 hour, 27 minutes of FREE bonus material.

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Richard Rost 
10 months ago
I just wanted to post this here for you guys, my Developer Students, so that nobody gets confused. The Time and Billing Seminar that you might see is basically everything you've already been taught - the Invoicing stuff plus Recordset Basics plus the material from THIS class. I packaged it together for people who aren't regular Developer students because lots of people don't want to have to learn ALL of the stuff we learn. They just want a working solution. So that's what this is for. You'll see more of this in the future. Seminars and Templates put together for a specific purpose. But there's nothing in there NEW for you guys. If that's ever the case in the future, I'll post a note for you.
Juan C Rivera
10 months ago
Good Morning All, Richard D-28 was awsome as I say I always walk away with something new. In my project I am developing a form. I did some spaghetti programing to isolate 1 item as I am validating making sure it works.  Then said I need a code to look through to make backgroung red.  the code in a silver platter.  Dim C as Control for each C...

The way it fit right into the databse and use what you already have was way cool.

Live Long and Prosper.
Richard Rost
10 months ago
Sweet. Glad you enjoyed.
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