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Read Access Payables Seminar by Alan Hill @ 12/22/2010
Hi Brent
I know the cost of the 300 series seems expensive, but with a 50% off sale they are excellent value.
OK you buy a book but it will not get you the understanding you would get from the 300 series. Looking for stuff on the net can take heaps of time.
I do not know how old you are but maybe you could ask for a contribution towards the cost as a Christmas present.
I have seen some wonderful gobble-de-goop being passed of as Access VB code on the net. Then you find a simple solution. Suddenly you understand it and more importantly you can do it. That's what the 300 series will get you Guaranteed.
Best wishes
Alan Hill
P.S. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year    

Reply from Richard Rost:

Thanks for the endorsement, Alan. :)
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Read Access Payables Seminar by mike @ 12/8/2010
Just my 2 Cents....
The money spent for richards classes is WELL Worth it, not to mention the 50% discounts when avail. :).. To get a foundation for vba, these tutorials are well laid out and concise. If you have a specific question, the internet is amazing to get informatioin and direction, including this site of course ;)
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Read Access Payables Seminar by Alan Hill @ 12/7/2010
Favourite Books
Access Inside Out
If you are just starting with Access Step By Step Access 97 is really good.
To find information for your current project use the net. Some Access UK sites are really helpful.

Finally getting it all together. 599CD
Best wishes Alan Hill
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Read Access Payables Seminar by Trevor @ 12/7/2010
I have several access books I use a lot.Buildind Access Applications by John L Viescas ISBN 0 -7356-2039-3
(he has been invoved with many access books and they are great).
Also Access 2003 VBA programmers Reference is a good for me.ISBN 0-7645-5903-6. Hope you find this of use.

Trev In The UK (very cold UK at present!!!
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Read Access Payables Seminar by Brent @ 12/7/2010
I feel your tutorials in the 300 series would be great, but the cost is just to much for me, is there a really good book on vba that you would recommend?

Reply from Richard Rost:

There are tons. I've always liked the Bible and Inside Out books. I've got a couple of books on Access VBA, but they're not that great. Personally, I learn the most from poking around the Web. I try to distill all of that information down into the classes I make. What;s YOUR favorite Access book?
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Read Access Payables Seminar by Alan Hill @ 12/6/2010
An advanced course on VBA. You can put me down for that one. There are heaps of topics you could cover. Definitely
interested. Yes Definitely interested.
Best Wishes
Alan Hill
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Read Access Payables Seminar by Brent @ 12/6/2010
I really like the payables siminar, but I feel a lot of areas are confusing becasue there is so much jumping back and forth, fixing mistakes and typing a lot of code multiple times. I would like to really grasp the VBA I feel this is the most important and the most confusing to understand in the seminar for me. I understand you have tutorials, but I was wondering what book you would recommend for understanding vba like you use it in your tutorials. Is there a book written by Richard Rost about VBA? Also do you have the database saved after each lesson so that if we really get something messed up we could continue from a saved database that is right where the last lesson left off. Would like to beable to download if possiable.

Reply from Richard Rost:

Brent, I realize there is a lot of jumping around. This was one of those seminars where I had one thing planned, and as I got moving along realized that I could do something else completely different (and better) so I switched directions. The VBA in this seminar is all covered in more detail in my regular classes (Access 300-329) and as I said in the intro, it will make a lot more sense if you have watched those lessons first. I am planning a more comprehensive course covering Access VBA for the future. As far as the database goes, that would have been a great idea, but I didn't save a copy of the database after each lesson. Maybe next time I'll do that.
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Read Access Payables Seminar First Look by T-Bone @ 11/10/2010
This looks awsome!! I can't wait for this seminar to be released.
GREAT work, once again, Richard.
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Read Access Payables Seminar First Look by Richard Rost @ 11/9/2010
Check out the preview video for the new Access Payables Seminar.
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