The Access SIG of the Heartland Users Group meets at JCCC
Date:  Wednesday, February 15Th
Time:  6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Location: Regnier Bldg 2nd Floor

Beginner Presentation by:  Lisa Friedrichsen  "The two personalities of a combo box"

Lisa Friedrichsen is a Professor at Johnson County Community College in Overland Park, Kansas where she teaches database and Web-related classes. As an author, Lisa has written several Access, Office, and Web-related textbooks. Lisa has developed many relational database systems in the fields of marketing, healthcare, and education.

Advanced Presentation by:  David Blackwell Tip #35 Using the TreeView and ListView Controls Together

If you found Treeview and Listview controls interesting, you are sure to enjoy this presentation using the two of them together. While powerful alone, in tandem these controls are an excellent and effective enhancement to your application's user interface.

David Blackwell is a senior developer for Heritage Computer Consulting & Services, Inc. HCCS is a 20 year Computer Consulting located in Overland Park, Kansas specializing in providing custom solutions to real world challenges for their clients.


Microsoft Access 2010 for Dummies (by Laurie Ulrich Fuller and Ken Cook)  - The book covers the latest Access features and tools and explains how they assist in organizing and mining data to get the information and reports you need.

Give-away drawing for HUG members only. 

Sponsored by: Heritage Computer Consulting & Services, Inc.

Please note:  Give-away drawing for HUG members only. 

Sponsored by: Heritage Computer Consulting & Services, Inc.

Arlene Watkins


Heritage Computer Consulting & Services, Inc.

7700 Wedd Suite 100

Overland Park, KS  66204

FAX  913-660-0362 

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