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6/18/2013 12:12:45 AM
Microsoft Access Expert 7
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Microsoft Access Expert Level 7 is 1 hour, 37 minutes long and focuses on Many-to-Many Relationships. You will learn how to place customers into multiple groups, work with table lookups and junction tables, send letters to groups of customers, format a report to print post cards, track products from multiple vendors, and more. Topics include:

- Many-to-Many Relationships
- Table Lookup Wizard
- Multi-Valued Fields
- Assign Customer to Multiple Groups
- Junction Tables
- Prevent Duplicate Records in a Query
- Format a Report for Post Cards
- Products from Multiple Vendors
- Track Unit Cost and Profit

Click here for more information on Access Expert Level 7, including a course outline, sample videos, and more. This course was recorded using Access 2013, but is also valid for Access 2007 and 2010 users. This class follows Expert Level 6.

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Access 2013 Multi Valued Combo Box Comment from Richard Wilson @ 4/12/2015
I have a large number of people who have multiple capacities in multiple years.  For example: Donor, Host, Driver, etc.  For a Donor, I need to keep up with the Year and the Amount of the donation for that year.  Similar problems with other groups.  What would be the best way to accomplish this?  Make groups such as "Donor 2015", "Donor 2014" etc?  Or is there a better way just to create a group "Donor" with something like sub-groups for each year attached to the amount?  If this is covered somewhere, please point me in that direction.  I can sometimes make the shift from order tracking to people management, but not always!!

Reply from Alex Hedley:

I'd add another Field of Year and record that too, it would then give you the option to query on both criteria.
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Access 2013 Multi Valued Combo Box Comment from Felisa @ 2/9/2015
First, when the dropdown box had the focus and the listing is display, I want the item that is selected to have focus. This keeps the user from having to scroll to the selected item, then having to go possibly numerous items either way to select the update item.

Reply from Alex Hedley:

You could bind the control to a field in record source then the selected item would show

I'm still not fully aware of what you're trying to achieve maybe if you explain what you have and what you want with an example we can help
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Access 2013 Multi Valued Combo Box Comment from Felisa @ 2/9/2015
No, the list is long, and there is a chance that through out different conferences there may be a change, and to have to scroll through a list to deselect then possibly go back up the the list to select the changed item can be cumbersome especially when you have over 500 possibilites

Reply from Alex Hedley:

Can you explain further.
What is it you want to do on the Form, step by step?

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Access 2013 Multi Valued Combo Box Comment from Felisa @ 1/23/2015
I have a field on my form that's multi-valued, I wanted to know if there is a way on the onclick event if the field already has an item or items selected it would go to that item within the list

Reply from Alex Hedley:

Are you wanting to open another Form?
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