HUG Access SIG Meeting 6:30 pm, April 17, 2019, at JCCC, Regnier Center - 3rd Floor, RC 353.

Please note:  The Room may change at the last minute if it is needed for classes.  Please see schedule boards for last minute changes to room assignments or call 913-963-6693 if you have any trouble finding the group.

Title:  How to “run” your Access reports?
Presenter:  Jim Watkins, Jr.
Description:  How do you “run” your Access reports? Click a button on the switchboard for a static report? Embed parameters in your query to Select a Customer or a Year? Create 12 reports to perform different sorting and groupings and/or Selection Criteria? Have you ever thought about a Report Setup form to allow the user to make selections to customize the report to their needs and then run the report with those user selections using ONLY one base report? This presentation will examine that approach to reporting in an Access database.

Bio:  Jim Watkins is a senior developer for Heritage Computer Consulting & Services, Inc. HCCS is a 24 year old Computer Consulting firm located in Overland Park, Kansas specializing in providing custom solutions to real world challenges for their clients.

Q&A Session:  Bring your Access questions for the group to answer, explore or brainstorm ideas.

We need your help:  Please come prepared to sign up and share your expertise at May’s meeting or for one of  meetings later this year. 

We need someone to lead the July meeting (07-17-19). Please let me know if you are willing to lead the group.  All materials will be prepared and e-mailed to you.

Upcoming Meetings: 
05-15-19  – RC 353
06-19-19  – RC 353
07-17-19  – RC 353
08-21-19  – RC 353
09-18-19  – RC 353
10-16-19  – RC 353
11-20-19  – RC 353
12-18-19  – RC 353

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