By Richard Rost 7 months ago
Build an On-Screen Calculator in Access - Part 7
This is the 7th and final part of my Microsoft Access on-screen calculator tutorial. We are continuing to build the calculator that we started in part 1. In today's video we're going to talk about a bug that I discovered from part 6. We're going to go over some of your feedback from the last couple of lessons. We're going to add some trigonometry buttons to the calculator (sin, cos, pi, etc.) We're going make a copy button to copy the result to your clipboard.
Members will learn how to make a button you can click on to bring the result back to a form field. We'll put a calculator button on the Quick Access Toolbar up top so you can use it with any field in the database, and we're going to make an adding machine history tape.
Silver Members and up get access to view Extended Cut videos, when available. Gold Members can download the database template from class plus get access to the Code Vault. If you signed up on YouTube you have to register on my YouTube Find User page so I can set up your account here on my web site. If you're not a member, Join Today!
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