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Determine Updates in Import Upload Images   Link  
Kishore Singh 
10 hours ago
Hi All,

I have a few tables in MS Access with 40 odd fields in each table. Every week I receive excel files that contains the updates over the last one week. I am working on capturing all the changes that has come in recent excel files and capture them in a change log table. During Import, Is there a way to determine all the fields that has a change and capture them in the change log. Read More...
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Course Enrollment Upload Images   Link  
Nicholas Barnes 
17 hours ago
Good Afternoon,

I need help enrolling students into classes at schools.

The goal:

Our shop needs to track classes relevant to the students assigned to us. As the student requests a class from a school at a particular location, we need to quickly be able to input data so that we can track when that student was enrolled, where the school is located, the name of the school and class and what the start and end dates are. Read More...
Nicholas Barnes
17 hours ago

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Command Buttons Upload Images   Link  
Amina Jones 
19 hours ago
Can you change the color of the arrows in the command button?
I know how to change the background colors but is there a way to change the arrow colors from blue. I watched the cmd button video but it did not answer my question.
Adam Schwanz
19 hours ago
If you're talking about a command button. You can change anything you want about it, you can even insert a custom image to be the button. If you're talking about the navigation buttons on the bottom, no there's not much you can do there that I know of.
Adam Schwanz
19 hours ago
If you're talking about the "preset" images that you make, I don't think you can change those either on the front, but you can always copy it into paint and overwrite the color there and then put it back into access as an image ;P.
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