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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.

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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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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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