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Importing Data from Excel Upload Images   Link  
Julia Kauffman 
4 hours ago
I am designing a database that will track employee training and certifications.

I will receive the initial employee data from HR in an excel sheet.  It will include the following columns of information Read More...
Scott Axton
3 hours ago

Is this a one time import or ongoing?
Just in the example you provided I can see at least 4 tables.  More depending on what etc is.

Work with a back up COPY.
Get your tables pretty solid first using test data.
If you need to, go back through the courses you have.  Beginner series covers planning your db.  Brush up on relationships and be very comfortable with them. Check out Many-to-Many

Richard Rost
3 hours ago
Tons of resources on the site for importing data from Excel. Generally I recommend importing to a temporary table and then using action queries to move the data into your own tables.
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Imported Value on form Upload Images   Link  
Robert Sena 
22 hours ago
I used the formula =[formname].[form]![fieldvalue] to import a value from a form to the form I am currently creating.  Can I use the imported value in a computation on the form I am creating?  If so, how?
Alex Hedley
22 hours ago
Name the control then reference that.
Richard Rost
22 hours ago
Robert, we need a little more to go on. What exactly are you trying to do?
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Amina Jones 
26 hours ago
I created a pymt search form using the customer firstname and lastname. The issue I am having is when I put in any of the customers names it brings up one customer which is "Lea Willis". Not sure why its not working. When I run it using the query design and I enter the parameters it brings up each individual customer. I have screen shots.
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26 hours ago

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