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Barbara Edwards      
15 months ago
Hi are Seminars an additional charge on top of my current subscription? There's one in particular I wanted to view as it's an issue I've come up against.
Richard Rost            
15 months ago
Some Seminars are included at each level. If you have access to it at your level, it should show up on your My Courses page. If not, it's not included. You still get a 50% discount on it by using your member link however.
Richard Rost            
15 months ago
Which one are you looking at?
Barbara Edwards      
15 months ago
Sharepoint:( the team (6) are not on a shared server so I need to use our SP site to share unfortunately
Richard Rost            
15 months ago
I added a free copy to your account. Membership has its benefits. :)
Barbara Edwards      
15 months ago
OH WOW!! thank you so much Richard . You're a star.
Barbara Edwards      
15 months ago
Hey Richard, great seminar thank you. On looking into this issue further this won't work either.  Ideally I wanted to share the Access 'dashboard' to SharePoint so that the users just clicked the button, the form appeared and they entered the data. They are currently using SP lists and Excel for data but they're no good for the reporting that is required, hence the database. Not sure what my next step will be. Will have to draw my process map and see what I can come up with.

Love your style of training and I'm thoroughly enjoying refreshing my skills and learning the new stuff. I remember using Access just after it first came on the market - but let's not go there lol.
Richard Rost            
15 months ago
Yeah, for a lot of that reporting you'll have to use Access. You could build them a front-end that's connected to the Sharepoint data. They'd need Access installed, but they could use the free Runtime edition.
Barbara Edwards      
15 months ago
Oh, I hadn't thought of that!! Thank you. I'll look into it. Thanks so much for being so prompt on your responses :)
Richard Rost            
15 months ago
I do what I can. Usually it's my moderators who are on the ball. Once I get into a conversation though, I get the notifications, so I tend to reply to those. LOL

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