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Old 05-23-2011, 01:42 AM   #1
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Video Tutorials

I have created a few video tutorials to help people learn Microsoft Access. Over time, I hope to add to them and build up a collection, time permitting.

For a nicely formatted index of videos, go here: Microsoft Access Tutorial Videos

How to create a simple Table

How to create a simple Query

How to create a simple Form

How to create a simple Report

How to create an autoexec Macro

How to create a Switchboard

How to create a Tabbed Control

How to create a relationship between 2 tables

Tips for read-only fields

How to Tidy up a messy Form

How to change the Tab Order on a Form

Adding a new Field to a Table and Form

Tips for organising the database window

Creating a close button for a Form

Creating a calculated Field

Creating a sub Form using Drag and Drop

Creating a main Form and sub Form using the Form Wizard

Creating a sub Form using the sub Form Control and Wizard

Tips on tidying sub Forms

How to filter data between two dates in a Query

Filtering and sorting data in Tables

Creating a Parameter Query


Comments and suggestions are most welcome.

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Re: Video Tutorials

Awesome idea Jon. Wish i had this when starting out. One thing you might need to do later is group the videos into the different object types (Forms, Tables, Queries etc) as you could have 100's down the track.

Also - You might need to advertise the fact that these exist. I came across them by chance.
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I am new to Access 2007 and would now consider myself as slightly above beginner status thanks to your easy to follow and understand tutorials. Excellent work

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Thanks Jon,
Please Add More Video Tutorials
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Thanks Jon,
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There are more here:
http://www.datapigtechnologies.com/AccessMain.htm
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Thanks Bob
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Re: Video Tutorials

Additionally, I have noticed if I go to YouTube and search for a particular type of video on Access, there are many available that novice users could avail themself of. For example, when I type in "MS Access Append Query," there are 61 hits.

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@jon
You did really great work on this one. I still consider myself an access newbie and I like your presentation. It's very clear and you have a great voice.

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I hate to say this but I'm afraid that you have stolen the thunder! Well, In a good way! That link you gave above is a killer. He's got great pace and you can tell he's not holding back. Now, if I can just download it and name it as my Access Video Cookbook.
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Re: Video Tutorials

Hey Jon,

I'm new to the group and have some experience with video editing and don't mean to push any products nor tell you what to do but I thought I'd give you some feedback.

1. Voice and tone is done well.
2. It's hard to see what you are clicking on because the video doesn't zoom in and out. Consider using a program called Camtasia Studio.
3. And other people mentioned this too, but offer advanced course, e.g., data modeling and normalization with proper primary and foreign key constraints. This is one of the biggest mistakes I see.

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Hi

5 Videos - How to create custom Ribbons

http://www.ribbons-access.com/articles.asp

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Thanks for the tutorial, I have seen some vídeos like this and help me very.

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These video tutorials are great, Jon! I wish they had been here 14 years ago when I first started using Access.
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Jon, it seems only the first four of these point to a valid U2b video. Links decay over time, don't they. I'm in the US, could it be a regional issue, as BernieAnne above registered no complaints?

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