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Working on Access 2010
By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on Twitter Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   10 years ago

Working on Access 2010 Beginner Level 1. Still trying to decide if I should put together an "Upgrading to Access 2010" tutorial. The more I research, the bigger my list of NEW topics gets. What do YOU think?

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Paul Nathaniel 
10 years ago
Ilove to work with acccess
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Scott S 
10 years ago
This approach sounds perfect. I didn't mean anything by the "dummies" line except that's what I consider myself! Good grief, I've had AC for 10 years and only now am I scratching the surface - thanks to you and this site! Read More...
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Rick R 
10 years ago
I think what I'll do is make a series of FREE video tips showing some of the "cooler" new features. I'll release them as I cover the new features in the full Access 2010 lessons. The tip video will give a quick overview and of course point people to the full lesson for all the details. I've got a list of about 50 items that I want to cover.
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John 
10 years ago
Given the interface transition from Access 2003 to 2010 I recommend a complete tutorial on Access 2010. Additionally, if you were to receive a great demand for an update provide both.
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Rick R 
10 years ago
I'm not saying ANYONE is a dummy... it's just that the more I read up on AC2010, the more things I find to add to my "that's new and cool" list... usually little things.
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Mubeezi Micah 
10 years ago
Dear Richard,

For me i need both. The beginner level classes will be very good for me...because i know when we learn more and more complex things, we tend to forget the basics which actually are the most important. The beginner lessons will remind me of the basics in database design. Read More...
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Scott S 
10 years ago
I think it is necessary as there will obviously be users who are totally new to Access and they should not be forgotten. However, there is going to be a very large number of people upgrading and I don't think they need as much detail, perhaps an introductory overview of what's new in 2010 would be sufficient for them, newcomers can either skip it or read on. I've had Access since 2000 and haven't had any problems with transition, and I'm a dummy!
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