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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   8 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.

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8 years ago
I'm looking forward to your course with the personal finance and importing data from bank accounts with categories. Will definitely buy that one. I'm excited now
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John Lanigan 
8 years ago
Interested in getting the windows 8
material, as soon as it's available.
Thanks (Great Stuff) John Lanigan

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I'll post on the site news as soon as it's ready. Read More...
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Paul Wade     
8 years ago
Good Day, Richard,

First, your programs are great. I've seen some bits and pieces about additional learning modules for Windows 8. Are these in the program for production? Bye for now! Paul
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Chris B 
8 years ago
Hello Rick
I split databases a lot but what concerns me is updating the distributed back ends. Like if a new table is added, fields added to existing tables etc.
Also any slick way of getting a new front end to link to the existing back end. Read More...
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James Fisher      
9 years ago
Hi Richard.
Thanks for the update Richard. Is the Sharepoint seminar hight on the list as you very kindley said you'd push up the order for me?. I'm please SQL server is hight on the list

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James Fisher      
9 years ago
Hi Richard. I'd like to see the sql,Sharepoint seminar. Yes I will be voting for thease classes. Please would you include some learning material on error trapping and how to eal with errors. I kind of know the basics. Thank you
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9 years ago
How much longer until Access 4 and 5 are realeased?

Reply from Richard Rost:

Working on it now. I've had some unexpected delays, but I hope to at least have 4 out this weekend. Read More...
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James F      
9 years ago
Hello Richard. Thank s for the update. Do you have a projected completion date for the Search and Sort seminar?.
Will this still be covered in 3 parts

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10 years ago
Hi Rick

I have not yet, but expect very shortly to purchase Access tutorials from you.

I will also soon be very interested in the processes necessary to bring an Access database "to market". ie How to commercialise a software product. For instance how to exclude source code and only to ship an object version.  How to exclude other features of access which are necessary for development (eg Navigation panel, Properties etc. etc.) from a shipped product.  And how to place an Access product on the market for sale etc etc Read More...
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10 years ago
I would like to see either lessons or seminar in creating an Access database for web if possible.

Reply from Richard Rost:

Wow. I can't believe I haven't added this to the Waiting List yet. The best way to get an existing Access 2010 database online for a limited number of users is to use a Sharepoint server. I will be making a seminar on this in the future. If you'd like to vote for it on the Waiting List, click here. Read More...
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