I've been working on some new basic Access templates. This one is just a real simple customer database. It includes a customer table and form. If you're one of my advanced Access users, you probably won't benefit from it, but if you're new to Access, this is a great place to start. Short, sweet, and simple.
Here's a link to download and watch the tutorial: CUSTOMER DATABASE TEMPLATE
I decided to put this together because I often need to show examples in my classes of how to do certain things and I don't want to keep having to re-invent the wheel. I don't want to have to always show the steps of building a simple customer table and form, but I need them in the class. I can't assume that every student has watched these lessons, so, here's a FREE template and video to show those students how it's done.
And yes, I covered this in the Beginner and Expert classes, but if you've been with me for a while, that PCResale database has gotten HUGE. There's way too much stuff in it. Students are complaining that they're getting lost. So, I'm going to make a couple of real simple templates like this one that you can download and use for class moving forward.