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Access 2010 Beginner 7
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 6 left off. This class covers building a navigation system for your database. We'll start out with a simple Navigation Form, then we'll build a custom Main Menu interface. We'll finish off by building a Customer List Form where you can pick a customer from a list to open directly to that record. Topics include:

- Navigation Forms
- Custom Main Menu Form
- Sorted Customer List Form
- Command Button Open Form & Report
- Form Record Source Property
- Creating Continuous Forms
- Form Header & Footer
- Open Form to a Specific Record
- Allow Edits, Deletions, Additions

Click here for more information on Access 2010 Beginner Level 7, including a course outline, sample videos, and more.

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Freddy Valencia 
2 months ago
Could you please help me with this issue, when I create the buttom appears this message. and the button doesnt work.
Adam Schwanz
2 months ago
Looking online it appears the error is with the wizard. If you click the down arrow by the form controls and turn off use the wizard, will it let you put buttons down then? Try to run down the Troubleshooter Although if it works I suspect you're going to have to repair/reinstall access
Adam Schwanz
2 months ago

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Mai-Lan Aikens 
5 months ago
I'm using Access2016. I'm in access Beginner 7, Lesson 2. In Form Design Tools of the Ribbon, I cannot find the button to open the Command Button Wizard, the box with the little xxx. Please help. Thanks.
Kevin Robertson
5 months ago
In newer versions the Command Button icon no longer has "xxx" on it.
Kevin Robertson
5 months ago

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Tuan Minh Pham 
5 months ago
Hi Richard,

I have a question.

I notice that if in your CustomerF, you turn on Data Entry -> Yes, then you can't open a specific record in CustomerListF. Do we have any solutions for this matter? Read More...
Adam Schwanz
5 months ago
I think you're confusing Data Entry with Allow Deletions/Additions/Edits. Data Entry is something else and I don't think it was covered in this course.
Richard Rost
5 months ago
Data Entry makes it so that you can't view existing records, only add new ones. I've got a TechHelp video coming up on it soon. It's covered in Access Expert 15.
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