HUG Access SIG Meeting 6:30 pm, April 19th, 2011 at JCCC, Regnier 2nd Floor  RC238


Beginner Presentation:

Presenter:  Lisa Friedrichsen: 

Topic:  Using a form to pass criteria to a report

Lisa Friedrichsen, Computer Science Professor at JCCC, will present on how to customize the information on your reports by first entering or selecting criteria in combo boxes or text boxes on a form.

In this way, you can create only one report, but make it very flexible. You can run the report as many times as desired to view different data, as determined by the criteria you've entered on the form.

Advanced Presentation:

Presenter:  Jim Watkins

Topic: Using a Cartesian Product to Generate a Calendar…from Access Solutions book Tip #5

Have you ever needed to produce a row on a report even when you have no data? In other words, I need to show every day within the month on the report even though I have no data for some of the days. Well, your prayers have been answered. Jim Watkins will explore the realms of Access (good) Magic to demonstrate how to generate something out of nothing.            

Jim Watkins is a senior developer for Heritage Computer Consulting & Services, Inc. HCCS is a 21 year Computer Consulting located in Overland Park, Kansas specializing in providing custom solutions to real world challenges for their clients.


Illustrated Course Guides Microsoft Access 2010 Advanced by our own Lisa Friedrichsen

“Master computer skills easily with the full-color Illustrated Course Guides!  Our unique design presents each skill on two facing pages, with steps on the left, and illustrations on the right.”

Please note:  The give-away drawing for HUG members only. 

Sponsored by: Heritage Computer Consulting & Services, Inc.

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