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Access 2007 for Beginners?
By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on Twitter Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   11 years ago

Here's the question of the day: should I bother making an Access 2007 Beginner tutorial, or should I skip right ahead to Access 2010?

The two programs are VERY similar. From a BEGINNER'S standpoint, there are very few differences between the two versions. Should I spend the time creating an Access 2007 Beginner tutorial, and then move on to Access 2010, or should I skip right to 2010 to start with?

For those of you who are currently using Access 2007, unless you're an absolute beginner, you will have NO problems following along with my tutorials if I move right up to 2010. I'll be sure to point out any minor differences.

So, be sure to let me know which version YOU are interested in by CASTING YOUR VOTE on my WAITING LIST. Click on either one of these links, based on what version you're interested in:

  - Microsoft Access 2007
  - Microsoft Access 2010


If you have any thoughts or ideas, feel free to post them here too.

RR

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Albert Tripp 
10 years ago
Richard, I have finally changed from Xp to Access 2010. now I spend all day finding how things work. Most of my SQL command have gone out the window so bring on your 2010 courses.I'm ready and waiting.  Bert   Read More...
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Richard New 
10 years ago
I want to keep myself and students I teach up to date with the present day's computer subjects.  
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Emmanuel 
10 years ago
access is a nice software for me as a beginner
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