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Microsoft Access Advanced 4
By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on Twitter Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   4 years ago

Microsoft Access TutorialsAccess Advanced 4 continues our in-depth study of Macros and Event Programming. If you're serious about building quality databases with Access, and you want to learn how to automate your database with Macros and Events, which is a good pre-cursor to VBA programming then don't miss out on this course. Contents include:

- Password to Open a Form
- Creating a Global Settings Table
- Full Sheet of the Same Label
- SendKeys Command
- RunMacro Command
- Looping with External Macros, Repeat
- New Quote or Invoice Method
- Macro Groups and SubMacros
- Inserting Comments in Macros

Click here for more information on Access Advanced 4, including a course outline, sample videos, and more. This course was recorded using Access 2016, but most of the topics covered are valid for all versions of Access from 2007 on. This class follows Advanced Level 3. The next class in the series is Advanced Level 5.

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Abraham Breuer 
10 months ago
wonderful lesson
I saw your brilliant methods to make a list for labeling customers, but i wanted to have a way to the same and have a list of all customers and have a check box which I can check who should be included and who excluded, because the way you do it we need to come in to each customers name and run that macro, so it whould be nice when we have a list of customers and just tick a yes/no box who to include and how manytimes to include
Abraham Breuer
10 months ago
I also saw the preview for the mailing labels seminar, you cover how to put blanks or delete labels, a full sheet of one customer, and a list of all active customers, but what I wanted is to pick out of a list and then ask the user how many labels do you want for this customer, and so on, so my sheet of labels will have 5 labels of customer1 nothing of customer 2 and 3, 7 for customer 4  and so on
Richard Rost
10 months ago
That would certainly be possible. I might add that to the next Developer class. It would be a good use of a Recordset. I can't think of a non-VBA way to do that.
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Abraham Breuer 
10 months ago
Where do You cover Multi Login Passwords
I'm sure that you Have a whole Lesson on it, just want to know if you include it in the Normal Courses or you have for it a seminar?
'Multi Login Passwords' I mean to say that Person1 has his own password, person2 has her own Pasword just like every program/app everywhere! and With each person it should open up the form which he is allowed to open and not open what he isn't allowed to open, Read More...
Alex Hedley
10 months ago
There's a few Security Seminars
Richard Rost
10 months ago
Yeah the basic Security Seminar will teach you how to do that. I can show you easily how to set up user logons, but if you don't properly secure the database then that stuff is easy to bypass.
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