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Access Expert Level 13

Expert Microsoft Access Tutorial - 1 Hour, 22 Minutes
 
 
This Microsoft Access video tutorial picks up where Expert Level 12 left off. In this class we will learn how to use Update Queries to modify data in our tables. Topics include:
 
  - Update Queries
  - Types of Action Queries
  - Report Where Conditions
  - Datasheet View vs Run Query
  - UCase, LCase, Proper Case
  - Deleting Tables with Relationships
  - Assign Sales Rep by State
  - Add 5% to all Product Prices
  - Update Paid Orders with Ship Date

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Access Expert Level 13
Description: Access Expert Level 13
Versions: Recorded with Access 2013. Also use with 2007 and 2010. Everything in this class should work for all versions of Access.
Pre-Requisites: Access Expert Level 12 strongly recommended
Running Time: 1 Hour, 22 Minutes
Cost: $24.99


This class picks up where Expert Level 12 left off. We will focus primarily on Update Queries. We will begin by learning how to edit the code in an embedded button macro to control what records are printed when we open a report. We will show a single invoice, all invoices for a specific customer, or all invoices between two dates.

 

Next we will learn about Action Queries: what they are, what they do, and why you want to use them. We'll discuss update, append, delete, and make-table queries. We'll talk about properly backing up your database BEFORE running any action queries.

 

Next we'll begin learning about Update Queries. We'll see how to change the name of all companies in a particular state. We'll use a nested IIF function to assign sales reps to customers based on what state the customer is in.

 

A lot of using Update Queries has to do with fixing data that your users enter poorly. We will learn how to capitalize all of the states in our table, assuming some are entered like "ny" and other "NY" and others yet "Ny" (hey, it happens). We'll learn about the UCase, LCase, and StrConv functions to set the names of our customers in Proper Case.

 

Finally we will learn how to use Update Queries to add 5% to all of our product prices, and how to mark all of the PAID orders in our system as SHIPPED, and give them a ship date.

 

This is the 13th class in the Access Expert series. There's a lot of great material in this class. Learning Update Queries will add tremendous power to your databases. Of course, if you have any questions about whether or not this class is for you, please contact me.
 

 

Complete Outline - Access Expert Level 13

00. Intro (7:20)

01. Open Report WHERE Condition (28:04)
Buttons on Main Menu for Reports
Replace Invoice with Grouped Report
Same field name on two tables
OrderT.F1 and OrderDetailT.F1
OrderID Header Section
Open Report to Specific Multiple Records
Print Multiple Invoices
Macro WHERE Conditions
Print All Invoices for a Customer
Print All Invoices Between Dates

02. Types of Action Queries (5:49)
What are Action Queries
Update Query
Append Query
Delete Query
Make-Table Query
Backup your data!
How to backup your database file
Online backup recommendations
Backing up a table
03. Update Queries, Part 1 (14:48)
Update Queries allow Complex Criteria
Change Select to Update Query
Update To Property
RUN vs Datasheet View Buttons
Preview Records to be Updated
Running the Update Query
Multiple Criteria
Change "XYZ Corp" in "PA"
Save Query
Nested IIF in Update Query
Assign Reps Based on Territory

04. Update Queries, Part 2 (10:26)
Capitalize States
UCASE() Function
Can't Delete a Table with Relationships
Manually Delete Relationships
Delete and Rename Backup Table
Restore Relationships
LCASE() Function
STRCONV() Function for Proper Case
Exceptions: Don't change McDonald

05. Update Queries, Part 3 (9:26)
Add 5% to all Product Prices
UnitPrice = UnitPrice * 1.05
Update all Paid Orders as Shipped

06. Review (6:03)

 


 
Keywords: Update Queries, microsoft access tutorial, microsoft access tutorial, microsoft access training, access 2007, access 2010, access 2013, action queries, report where condition, backup database, backup tables, nested iif, ucase, lcase, strconv, proper case
 

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