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Updated Production Schedule
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Updated Production Schedule
Updated 22 September 2018

This is a guide to what's coming up next, in order of release.


I just finished Access Developer 11.


Right now I'm doing my best to release one new Access Developer lesson per week. I'm just now getting over bronchitis, so I've been a little delayed, but I hope to have D12 and D13 ready to go by the middle of next week.

During this time, I'm also going to be updating my Level 1 Beginner courses for all of the Office apps: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and new classes for Publisher. These are long overdue. I also need to make Expert lessons for Word, and VBA lessons for Excel.

Windows 10 has also surprisingly been high on the WAITING LIST so I'm going to try to get some lessons out for that, but Microsoft is planning a new major release for Windows next month in October, so I'll probably wait until that's out.


And, of course, as a disclaimer, NOTHING listed above is set in stone. These are ESTIMATES ONLY. The tutorials I release may change at any time depending on demand, need, customer interest, or even just my whim. I like to keep you guys "in the loop" as best I can, but remember that things may change.

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Database Distribution Seminar or mini Seminar Comment from A Rajan @ 11/10/2018
Yes...It will be great if you can arrange a seminar on distributing access projects.
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Database Distribution Seminar or mini Seminar Comment from Uriel R @ 7/19/2014
It would nice if you could make a database distribution/deployment seminar or mini seminar. The material on your classes is great, the way you teach and record your videos is very professional and easy to follow, not to mention when you leave "mistakes" in so that we can understand related concepts and troubleshooting but I think that all the work we put into creating databases can wasted if we do not properly prepare out database to be deploy. I have take several of your classes and these are suggestions of things that you have cover in your classes already that can be include in this seminar:

-Record Locking
-Splitting database
-Reference libraries
-32/64 bit versions of access (and how to know which one you are working with)
-Working between 2003,2007,2010 and 2013 versions of office
-Make ACCDE files

I know some of these are more theory than practice but those concepts that must be take in account while building the database should go first in the course, like the record looking, or the 32/64 version since it will affect the final product (In fact I build a 64 bit 2013 database but didn't work on the 32 bit 2007 access of the computer that was actually intended for). Other topics I would like to see will be:

-how to distribute different versions
-send database updates automatically over your LAN and over the internet
-add signatures, copyright to final versions
-how to add help files and how to in the database itself
-program events or vba code to work when the database is first open
-prompt the user for information to setup the database when it is first open
-automatically add reference libraries
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