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Michael Duncan        
2 years ago
Hi, I am a special needs adult and have been working with Access during the past year building database programs for my music collection and a Lego collection. I really enjoy the challenge and satisfaction on a daily basis. I have completed ALL beginner lessons and 1-5 of the expert lessons. Question: Should I take this seminar NOW or complete the expert level prior to starting the Access Search Seminar? (Posted by Michael's dad, Richard D.)
Alex Hedley             
2 years ago
Pre-Requisites
This is a Developer-Level Seminar. There will be a lot of VBA. It is strongly recommended that you have completed my entire Access Beginner and Expert series. My Developer 1 class is highly recommended so you understand the basics of programming in VBA. If not, at least watch my free Intro to VBA video. There will be a lot of SQL in this course too. I don't assume you know any SQL before we begin however, it would be very helpful if you take my SQL Seminar, at least part 1, before taking this course. Helpful, but not required.
Alex Hedley             
2 years ago
Hi Michael,
Sounds like you're making excellent progress.
The Lego part especially peaked my interest as I am a fellow fan!

This Search Seminar is quite advanced so as long as you follow along and build the DB exactly as it's done in the videos before trying to implement it into your own I think you'll be fine.

Also we're here to help at any point so happy to look into any issues, if they happen
Alex Hedley             
2 years ago

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