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7/23/2012 5:06:24 PM
Access 5 Now Available
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Access 5 is now available. This video explains what's covered. Click here for the full outline, or to purchase.

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Automating Outlook from Access Comment from James F @ 7/28/2012
Thanks Richard.
Just wondering if you would consider making me a custom tutorial on how to automate Outlook Access and Outlook. Nothing specific required just lke this see this done. Please could you conder this for me Richard. Always greatful for you time


Reply from Richard Rost:

James, this is an incredibly complex topic, so it wouldn't be something I could just throw together. There are lots of things you can do between Access and Outlook. I've already covered sending mail, but you can read the inbox, reply to messages, set appointments, manage tasks, edit/update contacts, and lots more. This will probably be a 4 or 5 hour seminar. I could make a custom tutorial out of ONE part of it, but to do it RIGHT would involve a lot of planning and recording on my part.
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Automating Outlook from Access Comment from James F @ 7/26/2012
Thank ou Richard. I've seen your updated scedule and really pleased the main seminars I want to see are high on the list, I've voted for sql, and sharepoint). Are you able to say if Automating Access with Outlook if likely to be produced in the medium term?. don't mean to pester, just looking forward to what's coming up !


Reply from Richard Rost:

It's only got 10 votes right now, but if more people vote for it, then it will definitely get moved up the list. I generally like to see at least 20 votes before I'll consider making a seminar.
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Whats coming up in Access 6 Comment from James F @ 7/26/2012
Really enjoyed Access 5 Richard. I thought the query criteria was interesting. Some new things covered there. Are you able to say what 6 will cover?


Reply from Richard Rost:

Shifting gears... moving from queries back to forms. Going to build the Employee Form, Main Menu, show the new Navigation Forms, etc. Nothing finalized yet, but I'll probably start recording today.

I'm trying to pick the best parts out of the old 2003 lessons, expand on the topics that need expanding, and cutting out the stuff that should be saved for later lessons. Access 5, for example, was all on Query Criteria, which I covered very quickly in just one lesson in 2003... but I felt it needed MORE for the new lessons.

I'm also just having a lot of fun with this... I really enjoy making Access lessons, so I'll probably expand upon EVERYTHING as I'm working on it. Having to cut material is VERY hard because I want to talk about everything, but I don't want to overwhelm beginner users.
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