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Access 2010 Beginner 4
By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on Twitter Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   9 years ago

This Microsoft Access video tutorial picks up where Level 3 left off. This class continues teaching table field properties plus a lot more. You will learn:

- More Field Properties
- Required & Allow Zero Length
- Text Align & Format
- HTML Encoded Rich Text
- Indexing Fields
- Compact & Repair
- Backing Up Your Database
- Find & Replace
- Questions From Students

Click here for more information on Access 2010 Beginner Level 4, including a course outline, sample videos, and more.

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Shirley Berry 
35 days ago
It would be helpful to put subheading in the lesson titles for Beginner 3 & 4. It would make re-referencing MUCH easier.
Alex Hedley
35 days ago
On this page or somewhere else?

There is also more info on here.
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Brian Carter 
5 months ago
I cannot find the "MEMO" field in my DATA TYPES field.  I am running Access 365.
Kevin Robertson
5 months ago
The Memo field is now called Long Text.
Richard Rost
5 months ago
Brian, if you have the time, re-watch the new Access Beginner 1 that I just posted. It includes all of the little changes like this since 2010/2013.
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Mark Parsons 
6 months ago
Hiya, i have tried to change this in my split database_be but when i go back into the front end. It says the search key was not found in any record???
Adam Schwanz
6 months ago
What have you tried to change? I think im missing a lot of information here.

Check your linked tables make sure theyre going to the right file location
Mark Parsons
6 months ago
Hi Adam, I was watching one of Richards videos on tracking changes in a note section of my form. And changed the field property to append. Thats when I got that error message.
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