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Access 2010 Expert 3
By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on Twitter Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   8 years ago

This is the third Microsoft Access video tutorial in the Expert series. It picks up where Expert Level 2 left off.

This class is 1 hour, 26 minutes long and teaches you the basics of SQL (the language behind all of the queries in your database), form footer totals, subforms, and lots more You will learn...

- SQL Basics
- Future Callbacks for Customers
- Default Value to Tomorrow at 9 AM
- Creating Subforms
- Link Master & Child Fields
- Using SQL in Form Record Source
- Form Footer Totals
- Sum, Avg, Max, Min, Count
- Modifying Embedded Macros

Click here for more information on Access 2010 Expert Level 3, including a course outline, sample videos, and more.

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Addington Bodie 
42 days ago
I am in Access Expert Level 3 Lesson 4 and I am using Access 365. I cannot turn off the navigation buttons on the subform of the ProductCategoryF form. When I select the subform object and click of Propety Sheet there is no option to turn off the navigation buttons for the subform. I can only turn off the navigation buttons for the form itself, and not the subform. What am I doing wrong? Thank you for your assistance regarding this matter.
Kevin Robertson
42 days ago
Sounds like you are selecting the subform object and not the form. Open the subform in Design View from the Navigation Pane to access the forms properties.
Addington Bodie
42 days ago
Thank you, Kevin for your assistance. My problem has been solved.
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Carlos Espinosa 
16 months ago
When adding a new record the call back date and time, will not show up.
Richard Rost
16 months ago
Sometimes the date and time will not appear in a new record of the start adding some kind of data like the notes or description than the default values will populate such as the date and time.
Carlos Espinosa
16 months ago
Fixed it by placing the date/time formatting as a default value on the property sheet of each text box control.
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Alexandra George 
5 years ago
Ok, I see. This report is grouped (by Project), but I had the count and avg fields in the page footer before, and now I've moved them to the report footer. Now they work as expected!
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