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Old 05-25-2011, 05:33 AM   #1
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Microsoft Access Video Tutorials

I have started creating some video tutorials, which can be found here: http://www.access-programmers.co.uk/...69#post1068969

Over time, I hope to expand these so we get a nice little collection going.

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Added another 3 videos today. We are up to 11!
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Added another 4 more videos today - 19 now.
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Re: Microsoft Access Video Tutorials

I've been tidying up the look, feel and order of the video tutorials. They look much nicer now. :

http://www.access-programmers.co.uk/...ess-tutorials/

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Re: Microsoft Access Video Tutorials

I appreciate the videos and the new organization of the page makes it faster to find what I'm looking for. The forms section might benefit from sub-sections...though maybe not, I tend to organize to the breaking point, lol. Thanks again!
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Thanks for the suggestion Megan. Maybe I will create subsections as the quantity of videos grow. I am curious if anyone is finding them useful or are they just a bit too basic?

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Re: Microsoft Access Video Tutorials

Some of the videos are too basic for me, though I just checked out the autoexec macro video and I hadn't known that a macro like that could be done, very good to know!

I'm also learning a thing or two about creating instructional videos from watching yours. I don't feel knowledgeable enough at this point to create them for this community, though I'd like to create one for my clients regarding the database I'm making for them.

Please keep yours coming!
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thx, theze video's are a real help to a newbie like me!!

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