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Open Different Form by Username Link 
Thomas Corbett - Wed 5/27
I would like to open a different menu form based on the user who logs in. I have the Username stored in a field. How can I determine which form loads when they click a LOGON button?
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Recipe Ingredient Database Link 
David Hunter - Tue 5/26
Hello Richard. I have been viewing your Microsoft Access Videos and I will explain what I am trying to do in Microsoft Access. I have recently been teaching myself how to cook. One of the things I have been doing is going through various cookery books and typing up recipes into my computer. I have also made a note of the ingredients in a large Microsoft Excel spreadsheet and been round the neighbouring supermarkets round me and asked the store manager to tick a box one by one as to what ingredients they have and what they don't have. Read More...
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F5 to Reload New Records Link 
Eric Michalek - Tue 5/26
I have a search form with controls on the top that fire VBA to filter records.  There is a button that launches the attached code to add a new record.  IdPackagetxt is a text box used for conditional formatting that changes the text box back color of the selected record to help show the selected record.  Problem is, I have to hit F5 to show the record that was created.  How can I do this without having to hit F5?
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Access Developer Network Link 
Richard Rost - Sat 5/23
This is an idea I've been throwing around for the past couple years, but it never got off the ground. I've been thinking of starting an Access Developer Network to match developers with potential customers who need databases built. Read More...
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Linking to Outlook from Access Link 
Ernest Landante Jr - Fri 5/22
Id like to build an Access database that links to and retrieves my Outlook contacts and my sent emails. While I was able to link to and retrieve this data into separate Access tables, Im having trouble creating an AutoNumber primary key and establishing a relationship between the two tables. Read More...
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