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Updated Production Schedule
By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on Facebook Richard Rost on Twitter Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   5 months ago

Updated Production Schedule Coming up next is Excel Expert Level 11 followed by Access Developer 14.

I'm doing my best to record a little bit every day. I'm still blind in one eye, and my good eye is managing, but I'm feeling the strain, so there are only so many hours each day I can spend behind the computer. I know... it sucks.

My goal is to release at least one new class each week in addition to a few TechHelp videos and some Templates. Those are a lot easier to record - they're shorter. 

Also on my list for the near future is to re-record and update some of my older Office classes like Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook. They're long overdue. Lots of people have also been asking for some higher-end Windows 10 training. Since I have no Windows 10 classes, I need to get started.

And, of course, as a disclaimer, NOTHING listed above is set in stone. These are ESTIMATES ONLY. The tutorials I release may change at any time depending on demand, need, customer interest, or even just my whim. I like to keep you guys "in the loop" as best I can, but remember that things may change.

Database Distribution Seminar or mini Seminar Link 
Rajan A 
2 years ago
It is definitely a good suggestion to create a seminar on database distribution methods. For sure it will be an excellent seminar.
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Database Distribution Seminar or mini Seminar Link 
A Rajan 
2 years ago
Yes...It will be great if you can arrange a seminar on distributing access projects.
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Updated Production Schedule Link 
Verna C    
5 years ago
I am looking for something like project management with micro soft. I am sure this would big market, thanks
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Access Coverage Link 
Chris Thompson 
5 years ago
I don't recall seeing this and perhaps it is already covered; but do you talk to the customization of the Access menus and how to enable / disable them to meet your needs? (e.g., Disabling the print button on print preview,  hiding other buttons and features from users depending on their admin level, etc.) Read More...
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David Powell 
5 years ago
Hi Richard & compliments of the season.

I owe you a response for your courtesies of a couple of months ago. Will write soon.

Regarding Dates: Hopefully your "all-encompassing" Dates seminar will address issues of non-USA formats. I have spent masny frustrating hours dealing with Dates of dd/mm/yyyy format (my regional Windows setting) granted that Access internally operates as mm/dd/yyyy. I guess there are enough of us to merit attention in this regard. Also, commonly, there are many who operate in yyyy/mm/dd format. Read More...
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