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James Ogier       
9 months ago
It might just be me but, I could use some help in finding template clips. Clips listed in the Access TechHelp list have a date posted as well, but the clips as posted do not. I was searching through the "Blank Database" clips (the first one and the extended one) and am trying to find the next one in the series but there is no easy way that I have found to get there! Trying to search through the Tech Help list (More) seams to be in the order as posted. I need a way to search without scrolling back through the entire list, maybe by date posted? Thanks Jim O
Alex Hedley             
9 months ago
Top right of the page has a previous and next button links to jump through them
Alex Hedley             
9 months ago
What is "clips as posted"?
James Ogier       
9 months ago
The problem is if I come into the page as a filtered entry (I click in from a link in my database) the 'next button' does not show up, thats why I was thinking of a 'sort by date' feature.
Kevin Robertson            
9 months ago
There really is no set order for the Tech Help series.
If it is a series of videos such as Association or Account Balances then these are designed to be taken in order, as are Richard's normal classes.
Scott Axton            
9 months ago
If you click on the column header Title you will get an alphabetical list of all of the videos.
Date works differently.  Click on the Date header and it will sort Decending.  Click it again and it sorts Assending.
Unfortunately when sorted by date there isn't an option to show all.  It is paged and only shows about 10 videos. Clicking the More... takes you to the next 10.

I personally click the Title to get all and use Ctrl-F (find) and type in words to search all of the time.  That is pretty useful for me.
James Ogier       
9 months ago
Thanx for the help, Jim O
James Ogier       
9 months ago
I am learning, but I still think it would help some of us (old hobbyists, lol) if the date were also added to the page link as a reference. It is on the index but not on the page itself.
James Ogier       
9 months ago
Clicking on a 'title' from the index brings up the 'clip as posted', the date is on the index but not on the 'clip as posted' page. It may be helpful (for some of us) to have that as a reference.
Scott Axton            
9 months ago

James Ogier       
9 months ago
The page that comes up, after clicking, does not contain a date. I just think it may be helpful if it did, it would help give you a range to search for info close to the same post.
Scott Axton            
9 months ago

Sure it does.  Are you clicking the Column headers? (In the gray title bar)


Scott Axton            
9 months ago

In each individual video  if you hover over the circled area - in this case "2 years ago" it also shows the date it was posted.
Note: my screen cap doesn't capture the mouse pointer.

Additionally, in most of the videos Richard has a date field somewhere.  You can get a pretty good idea of date of the recording by observation.
I'm not quite sure of your need for a date of the video but there are multiple ways to see it.
As far as the materials go, there really isn't a need for knowing the date of the video.  The screens are mostly the same - maybe some cosmetic differences between versions of access but in general the materials will work across the current versions no problem.


James Ogier       
9 months ago
Not on the 'index" the page it opens does not list a date.
Richard Rost              
9 months ago
James, which "index" are you talking about? This index...
Richard Rost              
9 months ago

Richard Rost              
9 months ago
If so that's just a listing of the topics covered in each class so you can do a CTRL-F "find" in your browser to look for keywords to find a particular class something's covered in. Microsoft Access Outlines
Richard Rost              
9 months ago
Other than that, I'm not sure what "index" you're talking about. Can you give me the URL?
Alex Hedley             
9 months ago
https://599cd.com/blog/display-article.asp?ID=1276

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