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Microsoft Access Expert 20
By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on Twitter Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   7 years ago

Microsoft Access Expert Level 20 is 1 hour, 49 minutes long. In this class we will focus on importing and linking to external data sources, and sending mass email. Topics include:

- Sending Mass Email from Access
- Importing Data from Microsoft Excel
- Linking Live to Excel Spreadsheet Data
- Importing Text Files
- Importing Data from HTML Pages
- Importing and Exporting XML Data
- Saving XML Schema Data (Table Info)
- Linking to Outlook Folders
- Reading & Editing Inbox & Contacts

Click here for more information on Access Expert Level 20, 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 19. The next class in the series is Expert Level 21.

Word Merge Error Link 
Austin Ritner 
5 months ago
I get an error message that says "The Mail Merge Wizard cannot continue because the database is in exclusive mode. Close and reopen the database to run this wizard."
Richard Rost
5 months ago
I'm assuming you're not using Exclusive mode? This happens if you edit the database or put it into a state where it's locked for any other users. That will also prevent other applications (like Word) from using it. Close the database completely and restart it. Do you still get the same error? I know this is an Expert class, but have you put any VBA in your database that might lock it? For example if you use "CurrentDB.OpenRecordset" that will lock your database.
Austin Ritner
5 months ago
I fixed it. Options were set to default mode of Exclusive not Shared. Just didn't know where to find it at first.
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Is it possible to import Excel file to Access tabl Link 
Thomas Szypulinski 
6 years ago
Is it possible to import Excel file to Access table when it is not set as table, but it is more like a document where data is located all over the sheet.
please see below.

SET-UP INFORMATION      
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Email Recipient Link 
vicki Hudson 
6 years ago
Maybe a dumb question but, Where does it tell the email recipient who the email is from? Can I use something other than Outlook?

Reply from Alex Hedley:

I'm not sure I understand the question?
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Import Excel into Access Link 
vicki Hudson 
6 years ago
I have an xcel spreadsheet that calculates ride times for multiple riders and multiple loops on separate sheets for multiple mileage,  and results with Multiple column headings. Those are calculated and sorted on a separate sheet.  Does importing it bring over the formulas in the fields for each sheet? Read More...
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Mail Merge Link 
Nicholas S 
6 years ago
Hi does anybody know why I am getting this meesage please?



Reply from Alex Hedley:

Which version of Word are you using?
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Mail Merge Link 
Nicholas S 
6 years ago
Hi, I fell at the first fence, when I click Mail Merge I get this message.

ODBC Microsoft Access Drive Login Failed

Could not find file 'C:\Users\owner\Desktop.mdb'

To be honest I am not suprised it cant find it, it doesnt exist. Read More...
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Importing Duplicates Link 
Michael A 
7 years ago

Yes, thanks. I realised this and figured I should really go back and delete the question.

Thanks, Mike
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Importing Duplicates Link 
Michael Adams 
7 years ago

I have a situation where I have to important customer information from multiple ticketing agencies for the theatre company I work for and I have a couple of questions about importing that I hope you can answer for me. Read More...
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Microsoft Access Expert 20 Link 
7 years ago
Now I'm hooked.....I need to try the Email seminar when I get back from SoCal.
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I might have posted this in the wrong spot earlier Link 
Bryan Wells 
7 years ago
I might have posted this in the wrong spot earlier (comment approved but don't see it) so posting again-apologies if a repost:

Hi Richard, great lesson!  I'd really appreciate some discussion on "when normalization and imports collide". Read More...
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