Before we dive into Access, we will put it into perspective with other types of applications (thank you John Mishefske for this idea)

If you learn an application in each of the following categori. . .

 

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  • i dont belive how informative you are .

  • very good(english)muy buen(español)muito bom(português)

  • LearnAccessByCrystal

    February 27, 2010 at 12:18 pm

    thank you!Warm Regards,Crystal *  (: have an awesome day 🙂 *

  • Access has always escaped me but this video just about but it into perspective so I’ll be following along (hopefully not hanging on by my fingernails!). Thank you, Crystal.

  • LearnAccessByCrystal

    February 27, 2010 at 12:50 pm

    you’re welcome, happy to have you with us! thanks for commenting 🙂

  • LearnAccessByCrystal

    February 27, 2010 at 12:50 pm

    thank you for the kind words, dmalle

  • Thank you, you are a wonderful guru.

  • LearnAccessByCrystal

    February 27, 2010 at 2:06 pm

    you’re welcome and thank you, Ozair, I appreciate your nice comment! I see you also subscribed so you are notified when I post new tutorials, thank you again.The next video is taking more time (4 days so far) because I am still deciding the best approach — and making lots of original drawings to illustrate what you need to think about when you are Planning a Database.In carpentry, it is “measure twice, cut once” — but, with Access, planning is everything — more like “measure 50 times!”

  • Excellent!Crystal – you are a true lover of Ms-Access.Thanks for the video.

  • LearnAccessByCrystal

    February 27, 2010 at 2:50 pm

    Thank you! the video I am making now is for Planning a database …

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