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Microsoft Access Expert 16
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Microsoft Access Expert Level 16 is 1 hour, 19 minutes long. In this class we will continue to learn how to use Action Queries. We will start by creating a macro to run multiple queries at once, and we'll learn about make-table and union queries. Topics include:

- Macro to Run Multiple Queries
- Delete Query on Multiple Tables
- Referential Integrity with Delete Queries
- Make Table Queries
- Backup Table to Another Database
- Multiple Parent Student Mailings
- Include Multiple Parents in Mailings
- UNION Queries
- Merge New Contacts with Archived Ones

Click here for more information on Access Expert Level 16, 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 15. The next class in the series is Expert Level 17.

Missing Customers Link 
Katheryn Hartig 
At 3:38 you had 3 CA customers in the CustomerT but at 3:52 when you ran the query, only 2 CA customers displayed...?

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Did the Query have a criteria on it?
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Stephen Egan    
I am working on the homework for Expert 16.  I tried to run the OrderBackupMakeTableQ and received a message Calculated Columns are not allowed in Select Info statements.  I checked the fields in OrderT.  It looks like DayToShip is the problem as it is a calculated field. I am not sure how to handle this.  I don't think I can change is like we did with the Notes field in CustomerT.  I need a clue on how to handle this Read More...
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State CustomerT Link 
Clarice Barkhordarian 
Sorry, I figured out what it was.  In my CustomerT for the State I have input mask = >L?? that was not transferred to the new table.
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State CustomerT Link 
Clarice Barkhordarian 
The State in my CustomerT is 2 letters in Caps but in the new table it changes to lower case.  Why is that? and how can I change that?
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Set Warnings Homework Link 
Alex - Amazing! I opened a blank database and put a command button on a blank form. I was able to activate "Show All Actions." I wonder if the issue is that I started the PC database in Access 2007 and imported it into Access 2013? No worries. I plan to take all of the courses over again, so I'm sure it'll work when I start the DB from scratch in 2013. Thanks for your help! M. Read More...
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