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Microsoft Access Expert 19
By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on Twitter Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   7 years ago

Microsoft Access Expert Level 19 is 1 hour, 40 minutes long. In this class we are continuing our work with Crosstab Queries. This class focuses primarily on advanced Conditional Formatting and Exporting Data from your Access Database to other formats, including Excel, Word (including Mail Merge), Text Files, Other Databases, XML, HTML, and more. Topics include:

- Conditional Formatting
- Advanced Conditional Expressions
- Exporting to Microsoft Excel
- Exporting to Microsoft Word
- Microsoft Word Mail Merge
- Exporting Text Files
- Fixed Width vs. Delimited Text
- Exporting to Other Databases
- Exporting HTML Files for the Web

Click here for more information on Access Expert Level 19, 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 18.

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Emy Ng Hang 
15 months ago
Is it possible to export multiples separate reports to one single pdf file?
Richard Rost
15 months ago
I don't believe so - unless you can make those all one report. There are third party utilities out there that can combine multiple PDF files. I suppose it might be possible to export to Word and then from there create a PDF file. I have done none of this personally, by the way. I don't do a lot with PDF files.
Austin Ritner
15 months ago
Emy, do you mean multiple reports from a customer? For example, if you wanted to see all invoices for that customer, is that what you mean?
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Emy Ng Hang 
15 months ago
Is it possible to export a report to a rtf file keeping the text formatting (background color, border color...) and the images (company logo)?
Richard Rost
15 months ago
I'm almost positive you can't export images. Colors, I'm not sure. It's been a few years since I've worked with that. I'd have to play with it. Might make a good video...
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Katheryn Hartig 
5 years ago
Also, I want to give my users a menu to select a variety of criteria and then return a recordset (e.g., find by discipline and date range and ...). Can this be done w/o programming? If so, which lesson(s)? Thanks! Read More...
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