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Microsoft Access Expert 7
By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on Facebook Richard Rost on Twitter Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   7 years ago

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.

Unit Prices Changing Link 
Pamela Gray    
33 days ago
Vendors to Products, at the end, you mentioned that in our "Products to Vendors" that you could update prices in the Products subform on the VendorsF. I was just curious how that would prevent changing any old records showing what we paid for an item in the past...say last year it was 10.00 and now it is 10.50. How would the UnitCost being in the JunctionT prevent those records from being changed in retrospect.
Richard Rost    
30 days ago
Pamela, you are absolutely, 100% correct. If you make that change it changes everywhere in your database. At this point, you'll just have to create a new product with different pricing. It's a more advanced feature, but in Access Expert 22 I teach you how to get around this by copying the price (and other product info) into your related records.
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Joe Beniacar    
4 years ago
Hi Alex,

Thank you very much for replying to my questions.

Is it possible to have 3 ID fields in a junction table?


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You can create as many joins as you'd like, say you have an OrderID with the CustomerID and a DiscountID Read More...
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Robert S     
4 years ago
Richard, I noticed that the last news item from you on the website was for September 2016, have you published and further news items since then? if so I am not getting them.



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Joe Beniacar    
4 years ago
Hi Alex, thanks for your response. My question is: If the Subform doesn't have all of the Table's fields, then when you enter the Subform's record, won't that transfer back to the Table as incomplete records? Is there a way around this issue? Read More...
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Upgrade a database to Sharepoint Link 
Joe Beniacar    
4 years ago
Is it still possible to upgrade a database to Share Point without using Lookup Wizards (even if you want that functionality, by doing it the better way instead)?


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Joe Beniacar    
4 years ago
At 10:35, you say that SQL statements should be stored in  Queries or Forms    do you mean  Forms or Reports  (to Query from Tables)?
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Product Substitutions Link 
David Leifer 
4 years ago
Hi Rick, I have a lot of product substitutions which i replace item b for item a. How can i talk to my product list when i choose item b that this is to replace item a?


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Joe Beniacar    
5 years ago
Hi Richard, I'm not sure if we covered this detail of the OrderF yet but:

(For a Many-to-Many relationship:) If you have a Form-Subform, where the Subform s Record Source is a Query that links the JunctionT-the other ManyT (besides the one who s data is on the Form itself), and then add a few fields from that ManyT to the Query (to be able to add them to the Subform)   When you add a NEW record to the Subform for a NEW  ManyT  record (say, with a List Items Edit Form on it s ID Combo Box), wouldn t you only be able to enter info for the  ManyT  fields  that you added to the Query  but not values for the REST of the  ManyT  fields that you didn t add to the Query   resulting in new  the other ManyT  records that are only partially complete? Read More...
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Alphabetical Order Link 
Betti Baldan    
5 years ago
Access 2013 Expert 7 Lesson 3 (Time Index 4:09) -  I'm using Access for a property management business for Homeowner Associations. I have an Association table and a Vendors table. They have a many-to-many relationship. Read More...
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Betti B    
5 years ago
The customers show up with a combo box by CustomerID. The combo box DOES have an ORDER BY instruction but that only affects the combo dropdown box.

As customers are added, they are not in alpha order. Is there a way to do that? Read More...
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