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Microsoft Access Expert 18
By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on Twitter Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   7 years ago

Microsoft Access Expert Level 18 is 1 hour, 15 minutes long. In this class we are continuing our work with Crosstab Queries. We will also learn about Find Duplicates Queries, and Find Unmatched Queries. We'll also take a look at some advanced query properties, and create a query with a Cartesian Product. Topics include:

- Crosstab Query
- Parameters & Criteria in Crosstabs
- Fixed Column Headings
- Find Duplicates Query
- Partition Function, Create Tiers
- Find Unmatched Query
- Advanced Query Properties
- Unique Values, Records
- Cartesian Products

Click here for more information on Access Expert Level 18, including a course outline, sample videos, and more. This course was recorded using Access 2013, but is also valid for Access 2007 and 2010 users. This class follows Expert Level 17. This next class in the series is Expert Level 19.

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Fred George 
7 months ago
Hi - I'm new to this forum.
I think I know the answer already, but perhaps there is something I haven't thought about.

Is it possible to produce a report from a crosstab query that doesn't require tinkering with (as time goes by)? Read More...
Richard Rost
7 months ago
It should work. You basically want the column headings to always show the previous 12 months. For example, the first time you run it you might get:

2020-01, 2020-02, 2020-03, etc.

But then if you run it again 6 months later you'd get:

2020-06, 2020-07, 2020-08, etc.

Is that what you're looking for?
Fred George
7 months ago
Thanks for your reply Richard.
That's the moving target that I was referring to...  Producing the crosstab query is no problem (and I used some great tips from your course!).  However - generating a Report based on the crosstab query is what I'm trying to figure out.   I don't want to be updating that report every month to compensate for the changing dates.

My feeling is that I have to stop at the "query" level and educate my boss on the nature of Crosstab Queries!
Thanks again & Happy New Year!
Fred
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faye p 
7 years ago
I think I posted on the wrong board. Richard what access tutorial covers pivot tables...I do not see it in 2013 so what replaces it or what?



Reply from Richard Rost:

Pivot Tables are GONE from Access 2013. Microsoft wants you to use Excel for this. You can get similar results using a Crosstab Query, but it's nowhere near as powerful as Excel. Read More...
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Keith Williamson 
7 years ago
Hi Richard

You have mentioned this topic on a number of occasions and it is something which I desperately need.  Are you likely to be completing it any time soon?

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Hamish Isaacs 
7 years ago
Hi Richard

I'm extremely excited about this seminar. Looking forward to when this is released.

Regards

Hamish
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william samson 
7 years ago
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Larisa  
7 years ago
Hello-
Are you still working in email session?


Reply from Richard Rost:

Yes, it's still in the works. I've been unexpectedly busy these past few weeks but I hope to have this out soon. Read More...
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Tracy Williams 
7 years ago
How much Access do you need to know if you want to learn SQL?


Reply from Richard Rost:

You can start learning SQL any time, but I'd recommend finishing my Beginner series, and at least Expert 1 and 2 before starting my SQL SEMINAR. Read More...
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