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Designing A Multi-Table Query – Part 2

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To view Part-1 of this series, (by Ben Beitler ), Click here >> Queries can be hard to comprehend and fabricate if you don’t have a smart thought of what you’re trying to search and how to find it. A one-table MS access query can be simple enough to make up as you go along. However, to construct anything more powerful, you will need to plan the query initially. Planning a MS access query When planning a query that uses multiple tables, follow […]

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Microsoft Access Database Functions

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This is something I have touched on briefly in the past with an article called Microsoft Access Functions which introduced you to the popular functions and the tool to generally browse for other not so popular function calls. So as a revisit to this topic, there’s no point describing each and everyone that’s at your disposal – that would be silly as we all have different uses for our Access databases but instead you can find a full list (by […]

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Microsoft Access Functions

Microsoft Access Functions

There are over a 100 commonly available functions that can be utilised in an Access database application. I have no intention of listing them all here but the following category of functions may give you the appetite and confidence to explore other functions available. ? Arrays ? General ? Conversions ? Inspection ? Database ? Math ? Date/Time ? Messages ? Domain Aggregate ? Program Flow ? Error Handling ? SQL Aggregate ? Financial ? Text         […]

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Access 2007 Demo: Use the Expression Builder

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An excellent video tutorial on how to use the Access database Expression Builder tool. It clearly explains the features of this powerful and useful tool making good use of the terminology with ‘jargon’ free explanations. This tool can be used in a query, form, report, macro and to a lesser extent tables too and applies to all versions of Microsoft Access (as far back as you really need to go!). Here’s a tip to bear in mind (especially when using […]

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