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11/12/2012 12:16:34 PM
Access 2010 Expert and 2013
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This video explains:

- What course to take after you've finished Access 2010 Beginner
- Where are the Access 2010 Expert classes?
- What's up with Access 2013

UPDATE 8/12/2013: Access Expert Levels 1 - 11 have been released.

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Access 2010 Expert and 2013 Comment from Betti B @ 10/28/2014
I am thoroughly enjoying these Access courses. I plan to take all the courses you offer in Access. Then I'll probably look for other courses you teach. You have a gift for teaching - and we're the beneficiaries! I'm looking forward to the next lessons.
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multi user record locking Comment from Valon @ 6/29/2013
I'm interested in programmatic record locking (if possible) and change detection between when you read and try to update a record.  Understood the database file must be in a network drive  to be a shared database.  Thanks, Valon

Reply from Richard Rost:

Yes. I will definitely be covering this in the Advanced lessons. It's on my course outline already.
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multi user record locking Comment from Mitchell @ 6/28/2013
Does your course cover multi-user and record locking?  I don't see this in the course outlines even in the advanced courses.  Thanks

Reply from Richard Rost:

I really haven't spent a lot of time on the subject because Access supports multiple users right out of the box. There's really nothing special you have to do except place the database in a shared folder. Access handles the rest. This is, however, on my list of topics to cover in the upcoming Advanced lessons. There are a lot of topics like this that I didn't cover the first time through if they weren't crucial. There are some advanced multi-user issues that I will address, such as preventing a user from editing a record that another user is currently editing... which is the only real complaint I have with Access' default record locking.
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Tags showing up in text boxes Comment from Bassem Khatib @ 6/10/2013
I worked on memo field in access 2010 professional. I included in my vb application a richtextbox to display the  formatted text from memo field. I have tags (strong-font) displayed. Which course deals with this problem and I am ready to order it

Reply from Richard Rost:

You need to set your TEXT BOX property to "Rich Text"
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Calculated Query Fields Comment from Marty @ 1/6/2013
I want to do calculations which I can do on Excell F2=Cost*markup =Retail price , and N2 = retail - cost = Profit. There are a couple more equations but if I get one I can figure the others.
Thanks for the tips and training.

Reply from Richard Rost:

You just need to create CALCULATED QUERY FIELDS.
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