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Access Expert Level 16

Expert Microsoft Access Tutorial - 1 Hour, 19 Minutes
This Microsoft Access video tutorial picks up where Expert Level 15 left off. In this class we will continue to learn how to use Action Queries. We will start by creating a macro to run multiple queries at once, and we'll learn about make-table and union queries. Topics include:
  - Macro to Run Multiple Queries
  - Delete Query on Multiple Tables
  - Referential Integrity with Delete Queries
  - Make Table Queries
  - Backup Table to Another Database
  - Multiple Parent Student Mailings
  - Include Multiple Parents in Mailings
  - UNION Queries
  - Merge New Contacts with Archived Ones

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Access Expert Level 16
Description: Access Expert Level 16
Versions: This class was recorded with Microsoft Access 2013. The material is valid for Access 2007 up to 2021. Access has not changed that much over the years.
Pre-Requisites: Access Expert Level 15 strongly recommended
Running Time: 1 Hour, 19 Minutes
Cost: $25.99

This class picks up where Expert Level 15 left off. We are continuing our work with Action Queries. Today we will begin by creating a macro that will run multiple queries at one time, so we can automate the process of archiving our contacts. With one click we can turn warnings off, run the append query, run the delete query, turn warnings back on, and use the MessageBox command to display a "finished" message.


Next we'll learn about running delete queries based on multiple tables. For example, you want to delete all of the contacts for customers in a specific state. The records you're deleting are in the contacts table, but the criteria is based on the customer table. How do you handle this?


In Lesson 3 we will begin learning about Make Table Queries. These can be used to actually create a new table based on data from another table or query. We will create a customer mailing list table that has only specific customers in it based on specific criteria. Then we will learn how to create a backup of our customer table in a separate database file (real handy for quick backups).


Next, we'll deal with a very common problem that I get asked about all the time. You have a table with a child (let's say a school student) with multiple parents who may or may not live together. You need to be able to send separate mailings home to each parent. How do you handle this? I'll show you one technique using a make table query and an append query with two parents, then I'll show you another multi-table solution allowing for unlimited parents.


Finally, we'll learn about UNION queries, which allow us to take multiple tables (or other queries) and combine them into a single dataset to look like one query. So far we've split the contacts up so that old contacts get archived in a separate table. What if you want to temporarily put them back together so you can search on the whole set of contacts? That's a good job for a UNION query, a special type of query that can only be created in SQL view.


This is the 16th class in the Access Expert series. There's a lot of great material in this class. Learning Action Queries will add tremendous power to your databases. Of course, if you have any questions about whether or not this class is for you, please contact me.


Complete Outline - Access Expert Level 16

00. Intro (8:25)

01. Macro to Run Multiple Queries (9:21)
Command Button Wizard
Open Query
Delete Queries Not Listed
Archive Contacts Button
Macro Builder
OpenQuery Command
Add New Action
Show All Actions
SetWarnings On/Off
MessageBox Command (MsgBox)

02. Delete Query Multiple Tables (8:56)
Referential Integrity
Delete Queries and Cascade Deletes
Delete Contacts from Customers in CA
Two Queries Needed
Customer By State Query

03. Make Table Queries (16:05)
Create a Customer Mailing List Table
Make Table Query in Same Database
Create a new blank database ACCDB file
Make Table Query into a Different Database
Backup Customer Table
Multi-Valued Fields Not Allowed
Long Text with Append Only Property On
Automated Backup of Contact Table
Include in Command Button Macro
OpenQuery Command
04. Multiple Parent Mailing List (18:25)
Create Student Table with 2 Parents
Include In Mailings Field
Make Table Parent 1
Append Parent 2
Show Another Example Relational
Use a Query with a Join

05. UNION Query (10:30)
Merge Contacts with Archive
Don't use the Union button
UNION SQL statement
Homework Assignment

06. Review (7:25)


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