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Microsoft Access 2007: CREATING MACROS: Setting Macro Arguments

Get the complete lesson at http://www.totaltraining.com. find out about more lessons on Twitter @totaltraining or http://www.Facebook.com/total-training. Order today and save 20% using coupon code tt_social. Explore the endless capabilities of Access 2007. These lessons, hosted by Jeff Conrad begin with a solid introduction of Access and cover topics such as defining a database, knowing when to use Access, working with database objects, and converting older databases. Once you're up to speed on the intricacies of Access, Jeff walks you through step-by-step procedures on how to construct your table structures, create and adapt meaningful data entry forms, as well as share tracked information with others through reports. Highlights Learn how to build new data entry forms and reports at the click of a button with the help of new Quick Create commands in Access 2007. You can then use these forms and reports as is, or modify them to your liking. Try out the new built-in Date Picker control which can be used for any date fields. Explore how to enter a date into a field on datasheets, forms, or reports - no coding required. Discover how to save valuable development time with the new Layout view in Access 2007. This cool new feature allows you to design your forms and reports while viewing live data. You can quickly resize, move, and align your controls without having to constantly switch between views. Let Jeff show you how to use the new Report view, to dynamically filter the data and drill down to print only the information you need. The traditional Print Preview view is a static snapshot of your data that you view or print. Find out how to make your data pop on screen with a "Greenbar Effect" by using the new Alternating Background Color button. Your data has never been easier to read on screen or in printed form.
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