I have been with Richard for over ten years now. It might be longer. I had no idea on Access Databases but wanted to try and learn. I "stumbled" across Richard's website way back then and have never looked back. Read More... Everything is organized both on his website and the way the courses are listed and presented. Great Videos. Can see the video right there on my screen and not ten miles away. And of course then there is the great voice. Richard was built for teaching with that voice. I could go on, however if you really want to learn Access and especially VBA then please, give Richard Rost a go. You will not be let down. Richard does deserve another MVP award I think.
Joining this site is one of the best investments I have ever made. I can play the Tech Help videos over and over 'til it sinks in. If that fails there seems to be a multitude of other resources too. I get quick responses for help and everyone is patient--so far anyway.Read More... Thanks
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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