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Access Developer 14 Lessons

Welcome to Microsoft Access Developer 14. Total running time is 2 hours, 40 minutes


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Drag and drop template Upload Images   Link 
Simon Baynton 
14 months ago
Richard, i would like a copy of your drag and drop database please.
Richard Rost
14 months ago
Now I can't seem to find it. LOL. I was planning on putting a lot of this material in the next class anyways.
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Developer 15 Next Upload Images   Link 
Richard Rost 
15 months ago
OK folks, that's all for Developer 14. I've got the page up for Developer 15. I'm going to send out emails today to everyone letting you know whether or not you're enrolled already (some of you have pre-purchased it, and members will get it automatically, of course).
Richard Rost
15 months ago
I am hoping to have the first lesson for Developer 15 published in the next couple of days. Again, this is an estimate, not a promise.
Robert Wentworth
14 months ago
Hi Richard. The new developer pages seem to be working really well - congratulations on that! I prefer to work off-line. When a module (e.g. Developer 14) is completed, could you please include it in the classic course list too, so I can download it and work offline? That would really help me out with learning the way I prefer. Cheers, Rob.
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Video Corruption Upload Images   Link 
William Dowler 
15 months ago
Anyone else getting this message?
The video playback was aborted due to a corruption problem
Richard Rost
15 months ago
Hi William. At what time does the video error out for you, exactly? I've had this happen before, but I just played this entire video and it worked OK for me.
John Hubbard
15 months ago
Richard -
Stops at 0:44 but advancing a few seconds and continues fine.
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Lesson 5 Posted Upload Images   Link 
Richard Rost 
15 months ago
Lesson 5 is finished and online. I built the Group and Person Select Form so you can pick who the order is for. We'll get to Multi-Select List Boxes in the next class, Developer 15.
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Lesson 5 Upload Images   Link 
Richard Rost 
15 months ago
I'm going to TRY to get Lesson 5 recorded tomorrow, but I've got an appointment in the afternoon, so we'll see. I hate giving estimates because I never know what might pop up. Remember, folks, I'm a one-man band. If something unexpected pops up, I've got to handle it myself. Pros and cons of working for one's self. :)
Richard Rost
15 months ago
I was putting together the outline for Lesson 5 this morning, and I've decided that I'm going to hold off on Multi-Select List Boxes until the next class: Developer 15. There's just a LOT to cover, and it may require more than one lesson. I haven't covered them at all in this series, and I want to do it right. You also need background in how to programmatically control the data in an unbound list box. So... I am going to record one more lesson for D14. We're going to work on the Group and Person boxes and set up the related forms.
Richard Rost
15 months ago
I may include Recordsets in this database too. Haven't decided that one yet. You CAN do everything we need to do in the POS database using just SQL, but Recordsets make things a lot cleaner and faster.
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Lesson 4 Posted Upload Images   Link 
Richard Rost 
15 months ago
Sorry for taking so long to get Lesson 4 ready. I've had some fires to put out (personal and professional). But it's ready for your viewing pleasure.

Some of you have also asked for links to download the videos so you can watch them offline. You'll now find a link to download each lesson below it. Sorry, I'm not going to ZIP them up like I used to. Now that I'm recording in HD, the video file sizes are much larger. A single ZIP file for a whole course will be over 300 MB. Plus, MP4 is already a pretty well compressed file format, so ZIP won't be saving much space. Read More...
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Credit Card Processing Upload Images   Link 
Timothy Smith 
15 months ago
I would like to see how to do the credit card processing.  Thank you.
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Corrupt Video - FIXED Upload Images   Link 
John Miller 
15 months ago
Hello I was watching the lesson 2 in Developer 14. I get about 29 minutes into the video and I get this message: "The video playback was aborted due to a corruption problem or because the video used features your browser did not support. Read More...
Richard Rost
15 months ago
I just let it play from the beginning and got the same error. I'll recompile the video. Thanks for the notice.
Richard Rost
15 months ago
I just checked - the video plays fine LOCALLY. I'll rerun it through my software and upload it again.
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Sorry for the Delay Upload Images   Link 
Richard Rost 
15 months ago
Hey guys, sorry for the delay getting the next lesson out. I had a huge fire on the web site I had to put out and it took most of my holiday weekend to fix it. I've spent 3 days working on something that is because one of my vendors (a major corporation who shall remain nameless) has absolutely HORRIBLE documentation and something that should have been easily fixed took me (a seasoned IT expert) way more time than it should have to get working. Anyhow... I plan to spend tomorrow doing some recording and should have the next lesson and some other goodies ready ASAP.
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Reports Upload Images   Link 
Larry Aldama 
15 months ago
When thinking about reports... We always compare to track trends month to month.  There are plenty of ways to compare but most important to us are monthly, weekly, or daily.  Within that we like same day, or week, last year. Most managers I know use Excel to compare. We typically take POS data and I enter it into Access to generate custom reports.
Richard Rost
15 months ago
Thanks, Larry.
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