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Access Advanced 1 is Finished
By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on Twitter Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   5 years ago

UPDATE: Access Advanced 1 is available in the Online Theater. The downloadable ZIP file will be online later today or tomorrow.

The videos are finished and are being uploaded today. Sorry for the delay. Here's what's covered:

00. Intro (2:31)

01. Macro Basics (13:40)
What is a Macro?
Benefits of Macros
Limitations of Macros
Review of Macros in our Database

02. Building Macros (14:47)
Create a Standalone Macro
Create > Macro
Macro Builder
Action Catalog
Beep Command
Delete a Command from Macro
MessageBox Command
Command Arguments
Hello World Example
OpenForm Command
Where Condition v Filter
Embedded Macro in Form Button
Build Event
On Click Event

03. Making Macros Smart (16:58)
Macro to Open Form to Specific Record
On Dbl Click Event
= Sign Required in Where Condition
Blue Fields Double-Clickable
ControlTip Text
Open Specific Contact
If Then Command
IsNull Function
If Not IsNull
Add Else Condition
MessageBox Command
StopMacro Command
Show Orders for Specific Customer

04. Form Open Events (15:29)
More With Conditions
Open Specific Order from OrderListF
Requery a Form when you return to it
On Activate Event Example
Discussion of Other Events:
On Open, On Close
On Resize
On Activate, On Deactivate
On Load, On Unload
On No Data Event for Reports

05. Review (4:44)

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Robert J H 
5 years ago
I paid $20.00 for a 7 min intro, that cover BEGINNERS level, and what would be cover in the balance of the advanced level. I learned nothing new. I am disappointed.

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Eric M 
5 years ago
Search form Macro: I sent a request for help in the forum but I think this would be a great class.  Saw something close in your tips videos but need the addition of a combo box.  So, the scenario: Set up a form with a combo box and two text boxes.  A command button opens a form based on the three.  I got the Query to work but don't know how to load the Query into the "where" part of the macro.  Just using VBA, I found code online; but can only get the text box part to work.  I get many errors from the variations I tried, most frequent, type mismatch when I add the part for the combo box. Read More...
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