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Microsoft Office Lesson Versions
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Hey folks. I've received a few emails from people asking about different versions for the my Microsoft Office lessons, so I wanted to clarify how this works.

Since Office 2007, 2010, 2013, 2016, and 2019 are NEARLY IDENTICAL, I did not record separate lessons for each version. I have separate lessons for some of the Beginner Level 1 lessons so that I don't confuse any users who are absolutely new to the software, but after that point, all of the lessons from Beginner Level 2 on are all recorded in the then-current version of the software. There are no separate lessons for these versions. They would be identical to the previous videos, so I didn't bother re-recording them.

Yes, there are a few MINOR additions and changes in some of the versions, but the vast majority of the material is the same, and if there is a major change, I either re-recorded that lesson segment, or I have made an addendum video and you will get a copy of that video with the class. So far, in 15 years, I've only had to make two.

In my expert opinion, 99% of the material covered in my Office 2007, 2010, and 2013 lessons are PERFECTLY FINE for all users, however, if you do discover something different, however, please let me know.

I hope this clears up the confusion.


UPDATE June 2020: There have been some improvements and updates in Access 2019 for Microsoft 365 users. I am planning a What's New in Access for 2020 lesson that will be FREE for all current customers - coming soon!


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Joe Crouch    
I am considering Office 365 to keep updated with latest Access version and to deploy database on line (split data base).

Are you planning any tutorials for Office 365 and Share Point

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Access 2010 vs 2013 Lesson Versions Link 
thank you for your help and Continuous support
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thanks for your help
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Richard, I have recently had problems with my working out the lessons from Access 2013 Expert 12. The computer I normally use is in the shop. That computer is Windows 7 running Access 2010.  My older laptop is Windows XP running Access 2007. When I try to work the lessons in Expert 12, in 2007 it refuses to copy the database I ended with as I finished Expert 2011. An error message tells me that it can't read OrderT because it needs Access vr 14.0.0000 (which = Access 2010).  I thought I must have done something funny  so I tried to copy your sample file for the end of Expert 11 and got the same message. Read More...
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I have problem and i think it has to do with Microsoft access. Whenever I'm using my computer I get a lots of Adds, they pop up all the times even when I close them they keep coming out. Please any help will be highly appreciated.
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