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Access 2010 Expert 2
By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on Twitter Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   8 years ago

This is the second Microsoft Access video tutorial in the Expert series. It picks up where Expert Level 1 left off.

This class is 1 hour, 25 minutes long and covers database table normalization, defining explicit relationships, referential integrity, cascade updates and deletes, setting values across different forms, and lots more. You will learn:

- Database Table Normalization
- Global Relationships
- Working with the Relationships Window
- Referential Integrity
- Preventing Orphaned Records
- Cascade Update & Delete
- Table Subdatasheets
- Setting Values Across Different Forms
- Forms ! FormName ! FieldName

Click here for more information on Access 2010 Expert Level 2, including a course outline, sample videos, and more.

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Daniel Comer 
2 months ago
When I go into properties on the combo box. I have nothing under Date except enabled. I can not get to the default Value. I am using office365
Alex Hedley
2 months ago
Can you share a screenshot?
There's an "Upload Images" on your initial post.
Adam Schwanz
2 months ago
Sounds like what you have there is a command button not a combo box. They only show enabled. But yea if you could upload a screenshot.
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Bojana Bozovic 
3 months ago
Hi, can somebody help me about first normal form, about single value. I have a table with buyers, to be  more specific table what they are looking for. For example they are looking for first, second or third floor in a building. That is 3 values in a field. How can I improve that? Is it so big problem to have multiple values in one field?
Scott Axton
3 months ago
Each field should only contain 1 value.
NEVER put multiple values in a single field.  That will cause problems in the future.

Example:  Building XYZ has 3 floors with different departments on each floor - retail store, accounting and business office.

Your table would look like this:
Building name:  XYZ
Floor: 1
Department: Retail Store

So the second record would look like:
Building name:  XYZ
Floor: 2
Department: Accounting

Building name:  XYZ
Floor: 3
Department: Business Office

This way if you are searching for the Accounting floor you can tell right away it is floor 2 in building XYZ.
Does that help?  Watch the Expert 2 videos again.  it will come to you.
Richard Rost
3 months ago
What Scott said is absolutely correct. Also check these out: Relationships Tip, Relationships Seminar
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Julie Hunt 
4 months ago
For my transcript reports, I do not want the attendees name to show on every line but of course they are related to the dates.  How do I just show their name once and dates of activities, credits and provider information separately? Or is it better to use a form to develop transcripts?
Richard Rost
4 months ago
If you're making a report, create a sorting and grouping level for each attendee.
Adam Schwanz
4 months ago
You have grouping options inside of reports, are you able to group by the attendee?
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