|02/18||Microsoft Access Developer 5|
Access Developer 5 continues our in-depth study of Visual Basic for Applications programming with Microsoft Access (Access VBA). If youre serious about building quality databases with Access, and you want to learn how to automate your database with VBA, then dont miss out on this course. Contents include:
- Pay Employee Commissions
- Commission Check Form
- Move Between Two List Boxes
- Drag and Drop Alternative
- Printing Checks
- Convert Currency to English Text
- Find Largest Check [more...]
|02/10||Microsoft Access Developer 4|
Access Developer 4 continues our in-depth study of Visual Basic for Applications programming with Microsoft Access (Access VBA). If youre serious about building quality databases with Access, and you want to learn how to automate your database with VBA, then dont miss out on this course. Contents include:
- Notes on Order Details
- DLOOKUP from Product Table
- Change Size of Field in OnGotFocus
- Constants, Const Keyword
- OnDblClick Event
- Sales Commissions by Order Amount
- [more...] 1 comment
|02/10||Updated MYOLP Membership Info|
I just updated the MYOLP (My Online Learning Partner) membership info. Ive gotten rid of the monthly and quarterly options. The minimum signup period is now annually, BUT Ive dropped the price significantly. So, if youre interested in signing up, now would be a great time.
Why? Well, it doesnt happen often, but it happens enough: people sign up for one month, watch as much as they can, and then cancel. Even though the membership terms clearly state you have to me a member for a minimum of [more...]
|02/01||Access Tip: Salary History|
In this Microsoft Access Tutorial, you will learn how to track an employees complete salary history using an Aggregate Query and the Max function. This will allow you to store the complete history but be able to calculate what his current salary is.
Click here: ACCESS SALARY [more...] 2 comments
|11/30||Back in the Saddle|
Hey folks. So many of you have emailed me wondering whats going on since I havent released any new classes in a few months. Too much to post here! But, in a nutshell, yes, Im OK now. Ive been dealing with some issues, both personal and professional, but Im back in the saddle and recording more videos, and Im looking forward to 2018 being a MUCH more productive year than 2017 was.
Next up will be to finish and release 3 or 4 more Access Developer lessons. Im going to try to get at least one [more...] 18 comments
|11/30||Issues With Customer Service Emails|
I just recently discovered a major problem in my mail server and several thousand student emails were never received, delivered, or were just lost completely. I performed a routine backup before the hurricane we had a few months ago, and somehow during this process something got messed up, and went unnoticed.
In some cases, I can see who sent the email, and what the subject was, but the body of the email is gone. In other cases the emails were there, but just stuck in the wrong box until I [more...] 1 comment
UPDATE (9/14/17): Everything is OK. Friends and family are all accounted for. Minimal damage to my house, thankfully. We have power and Internet, and things are getting back to normal. We were expecting 10 FEET of flooding, and fortunately it was only about 2 feet of storm surge, so that was fortunate. Some folks in my town arent so lucky, and Im doing what I can to help them out. So... sorry if I havent had a chance to answer customer service emails in a few days. Ill get to you as soon as I [more...] 29 comments
See Complete History
Subscribe - get email updates!
Got a News Reader? Subscribe to our RSS Feed.
Become a Fan of our
Follow us on Twitter