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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.

Totals in a form footer Upload Images   Link 
Richard Bray 
6 years ago
Seeing the Totals in a form footer raises this question in  my mind. Can (=Sums of other fields be added together?


Reply from Alex Hedley:

If you give your Total Textbox a name you can then use that in a Formula. Read More...
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Candyce 
6 years ago
Richard - Thank you for all of these lessons.  I have learned so much. I often go back to review various lessons and find that I pick up information that I had 'lost' or missed.  The convenience of having a Course List is just the ticket.
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Angelika Gutenberger 
6 years ago
No it is a single form


Reply from Alex Hedley:

Well it will only show 1 record at a time, you would need it to be continuous to show more.
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Chris Needham 
6 years ago
My contact form, record source is contact.  I know they are there but when I stretched the notes field at the bottom, I have to tab to see other contacts.


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PIERRE F BOIVIN 
6 years ago
The major difference between Access 2010 and 2013 is the removal of the pivot table and chart from the 2013 version.

Could you please talk about the ways to get these features dealt with in another way so the work can still get done. Read More...
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Chris Needham 
6 years ago
Hi Richard.  I'm in the customer form with the contact sub form.  I see my multiply contacts, but when I open show all contacts, only the last contact appears.


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Michael L 
6 years ago
Hi again Alex

I know now what I did wrong. You dont have to spend any more time on my question.
I had been writing the sort-SQL in the source of the date field itself, instead of the source of the whole table as I should have. Read More...
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Michael L 
6 years ago
Hi Alex
Thanks for your mail.
I'm not sure I know by "building the query graphcally".
I've mad a query that does the sorting of the contact dates descending.
I then copy that SQL-code and paste it into the source of the dates field of the Contact sub form. Read More...
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Michael Larsen 
6 years ago
Hi Alex
I have the same problem as Lone.
I'm using  a Danish Access 2013.
The expression SELECT * FROM ContactT ORDER BY DateTime DESC does not work.
Access tells me that I need to put a "=" in front of the expression. When I do that I'm told to but parenthesis around the expression, but that doesn't work either. Read More...
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Richard S 
6 years ago
Hi- I could not get this to work.  I had to manually add the sub form from the toolbox.
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