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Calculating Percentage Link 
Michael Jones    
22 minutes ago
Hi everyone, I need some help with a report I am doing.
On my report I have 2 unbound text boxes. One gives me the total of Members the other gives the total of paying members. I want a 3rd Text box to give me the percentage of Paying Members. I can,t seem to get a formula that works. Read More...
Richard Rost    
22 minutes ago
It should just be a matter of math. If you've got Text1 and Text2 then in Text3 just make the ControlSource =Text1/Text2. Provided they're numeric values, that should be all you need to do.
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Navigation Pane Showing Details Link 
Michelle Seidelin     
32 minutes ago
Hello Richard

I am trying what you suggested how to fix my problem with the database but when I have imported the tables they are coming and showing the table name and the date it was crated how do I change it to just show the table name I suppose you have taught me this but I have forgotten and don't want to look through all my lessons I'm also kinda remember if there is a way of setting the how to change it from tab to window instead of going across I am running office 365 Read More...
Richard Rost    
32 minutes ago
You have to switch the Navigation Pane to LIST view (Right Click > View By > List). One of my members just emailed me asking about Navigation Pane options so I'm going to make a TechHelp video about this soon. The other option (Tabbed vs. Overlapping Windows) is in your Database Options. File > Options > Current Database > Overlapping Windows. And yes, that's covered in Access Beginner 1 which LOTS of people skip over!
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Folder of Linked Tables Link 
Juan C Rivera     
3 hours ago
I like to ask if I split the database with front end & Back end.  How do I tell the VB code to mkdir on the location where the Back end resides?
Richard Rost    
3 hours ago
You can issue the MkDir command in any folder you like, however if you're trying to get the folder that a linked table is stored in, that's a bit more work. I believe you can access it through the TableDefs collection and then look in the table properties. It's been a while since I've done this, but if you really need a solution let me know and I'll play with it some.
Richard Rost    
3 hours ago
Quick Google search yielded this: Retrieve linked database namepath
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Access Save to Sharepoint Link 
Michelle Seidelin     
2 days ago
Just recently for some reason access is trying to save to SharePoint can't figure out how to stop it this happens each time I open the database I am a running office 365 any suggestions would be appreciated
Richard Rost    
2 days ago
Michelle, I've never seen this before. I need more of a description of exactly what's happening in order to help you. Exact error messages or behavior, please. And of course, try running down the Access Troubleshooter.
Michelle Seidelin    
3 hours ago
Hello Richard

Just wanted to let you know your access troubleshooting looks like is going to fix my problem wished I could send a photo to you as you can be aware of what I was seeing but can't see a way of uploading a file thank you for your help will start rebuilding final database again tomorrow as it is 8:07 pm Tuesday as I'm writing this but went through all your troubleshooting with access and discovered what you suggested worked by creating a new database and importing the objects e.g. tables forms it has seemed to fix the problem I would suggest making a quick video on this I could do this myself but do not have the logos to really show what it is about anyway I'm not as good as you as a teacher yes I have been told I go into detail and very patient at teaching people have started my own YouTube video channel which I may end up putting how to fix this problem on it thank you again Michelle
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Start time and end time Link 
Michelle Seidelin     
3 days ago
Hello Richard before beginning any work on this idea I am wondering if the lesson that you do on level XI on time in time out would work for my purpose what I am trying to do is track a start time and end time may be many times a day may be over a couple of weeks I had a friend years ago right a Microsoft Excel coding to do this now that I have built a lot of the data base I fought I could use this idea to track this purpose but before starting I fought I'd get your opinion Read More...
Richard Rost    
3 days ago
If you mean the Employee Work Log that I create in Access Expert 11, then YES, that's what it covers. :)
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