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Event Enrollment
By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on Twitter Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   6 months ago

How to Track Enrollment in Classes, Trips, et al.


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In this video, I'm going to show you how to track event enrollment in Microsoft Access. This technique works equally well for students in classes, people on trips, employee training, or anything you need to track enrollment or signups for. We will see how to make subforms to view the people enrolled in each event and the other way: which events each customer is signed up form.

Cassidy from Jersey City, New Jersey (a Platinum Member) asks: I schedule regular seminars for my customers. How can I make a database to track what customers are enrolled in which seminars?

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Members will learn how to track payments from customers to see how much they owe for a given event, and how much total revenue that event is generating. We will also learn how to prevent a customer from signing up for the same event twice and set a maximum number of attendees for each event. We will also make double-click events to move between the forms.

Dianne from Ontario, California (an Access Developer Student) asks: I work for a church and I wanted to know which courses would be best for learning how to take payments for mission trips, I would need to know how to keep track of payments and balance due for individuals, as well as totals and balance due for the trip as a whole.

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Michelle Maughan 
39 days ago
Hi All
Can someone please help me, I know it is something simple but i can't get my head around it.
My EventT is called PropertyT, my problem is that it is not used once only like the example shown in the video, it is booked many times throughout the year. Read More...
Richard Rost
38 days ago
You're probably going to want a CustomerT, a PropertyT and then a BookingT. The BookingT will store the CustomerID, the PropertyID, and the dates of the booking. Classic Many to Many relationship.
Michelle Maughan
38 days ago
Hi Richard
Yes I have all three of those tables and using the BookingT as the junction table.
I did manage to get it to work but on both my Booking Form & Customer Form I can not add any new records.
I can only click on the last record.
Any suggestions.
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Bert Harmsma 
5 months ago
You're explaining it so well that it is easy to understand.

Thanks Richard
Richard Rost
5 months ago
Glad you approve! Thanks for the compliment.
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