Originally Posted by billgyrotech
Too complicated for me sorry
Yes, you are right it is difficult! It's always difficult learning new code, new ways to do things.
However this forum is full of people that have been through that learning process, people that have committed themselves to helping others through the same process.
if you want to learn MS Access, then these people will step in wherever they can and show you the way.
If you post your database and say "fix this", then it is unlikely you will get any help. The main reason being, if someone does the work for you, then you're not going to learn. And that's what this forum is about helping people learn how to use MS Access.
The second problem, and this is more difficult for you to grasp as a beginner, it's not easy looking at someone's database ferreting out the problem, and providing a solution. Even if the database is built along the recommended lines, and everything is functioning correctly, adding a piece of code will take at least half an hour, time that is much better spent showing the prospective database developer how to do it themselves.
Finally, the public nature of the forum, the process of you asking a question, and receiving an answer makes the knowledge available to everyone. For every person stuck and asking a question, I should imagine there are at least 10 others that solve the same problem by reading your questions and the answers given.
So don't give up, tackle it in small chunks. you could begin by creating a small sample database, extract some code from Colins example, and apply that code within your example.
Keep doing that until you run into a problem and then post the sample database along with an explanation of what you were trying to make happen and what actually happened, and then you will get some help.
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