I just finished Beginners Level 1. It is so useful to get back to the basics sometimes. When self-learning there is a tendency to learn only what you need in a given moment in time, because you want to solve a very specific thing. Time is normally very tight, especially for people who work, but thanks to home office I gain so much time, that I can now dedicate to a more structured learning approach. You probably hear that a lot, but let me say it anyway: your courses are awesome.
Thank you Michael. I appreciate the compliments. And yes, I totally agree. When people are self-learning with books or Google searches, they tend to try to find a specific solution to a need they have and then stop. My goal is to give you the overall picture. A lot of people skip levels because they try to do this with my lessons, and I even wrote an article on why you should NOT do this: Skipping Levels
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After poring aimlessly through dozens of YouTube vids, and articles I found this gem. Finally seasoned Access instruction formatted through the eyes of a newbie. Using fifteen minute class segments Richard will lead you through a soup to nuts basic Access database, query and reports. In just four hours, and free! Amazing