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2/5/2015 9:19:22 AM
Asset Management Seminar Part 1
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In the Microsoft Access Asset Management Seminar, Part 1 you will learn how to build a database to manage your assets. You will learn how to create grouped assets (with unlimited grouping levels), track locations, owners, values, and keep a complete log of changes to the asset's history.

- Develop proper asset management tables, queries, and forms
- Create asset groupings (unlimited parent / child relationships)
- Track asset owner, location, condition, values, serial number, more.
- Maintain a change history for any changes to asset

This seminar is 2 hours and 9 minutes long. Click here for more information on the Microsoft Access Asset Management Seminar, Part 1 including a complete course outline, sample videos, and lots more.

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Part 2 Comment from James Gray @ 3/16/2017
Any ideas of timing for the second seminar?  Seems like Rich is pretty busy lately and new courses are coming out pretty slowly....


Reply from Alex Hedley:

I think Rich wants to finish the Macros for Advanced and release a few Beginner 2016 courses for Excel/Word etc.
He does enjoy Access Seminars the most so hopefully will throw one in between.
It's a bit out of date but worth checking the Updated Production Schedule
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Asset Part 2 Comment from MSG @ 12/7/2016
Any progress with Asset Part2? I also have an asset DB that I want to use to sign out expensive equipment on a weekly basis to complete jobs and then sign back in after mission completion so I know what is and what is not available for my tech folks? Thanks, your classes are great and really could use this.
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Part 2 eta Comment from David Williams @ 9/6/2016
When do you expect to have Part 2 finished?  I have an asset database I have been setting up where I am trying to track which asset is signed out to which employee.  Each employee can and does have multiple assets assigned to them.  As new employees are hired it would be nice to be able to add the new employee on the fly without to much trouble for the end user.



Reply from Alex Hedley:

I know he's working on the a couple of Expert lessons first to cover Macros etc.
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Has Asset Management Part 2 been released Comment from Scott Sorgi @ 7/16/2016
Has Asset Management Part 2 been released?


Reply from Alex Hedley:

Not yet
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Asset Management Seminar Part 2 Comment from Gene @ 6/16/2015
Alex, I wouldn't hold your breath. I was also waiting. This is long overdue (as was Part 1) with no communication about the status. I wound up finishing it myself (by many internet searches) and I've now got a very good and feature rich asset management database. And I know quite a bit more about Access now. Sorry you have been waiting so long as well. I'd be happy to share any info I can if possible.


Reply from Alex Hedley:

Thanks Gene, any ideas or problems you came across and fixed would help others when making theirs.
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Asset Management Seminar Part 2 Comment from T-Bone @ 5/4/2015
When can we expect to see Asset Management Seminar Part 2?


Reply from Alex Hedley:

I think the next Access courses are being developed so maybe after those.
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