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Richard Rost

I am happy to answer any kinds of questions about Microsoft Access - from basic table design to advanced VBA programming. Also, please feel free to check the Access Tips & Tricks section of my web site, and free Access 101 tutorial.

Julie Misson

My area of expertise is Microsoft Access 2000-2007. I have been building microsoft databases for the past twelve years. I would be competent in answering questions from novice Access 2000 users to the more advanced including VBA. If I cannot help, I am more than likely be able to point you to websites that can.

Manish Batola

ALL MICROSOFT ACCESS DESIGN AND Development QUESTIONS which occur in a Access Projects Lifecycle. Can offer constructive help on Designing Advanced MS-ACCESS Applications such CRM/FRM(Follow-up),HSE-Health,Safety & Environmental Applications,School Management Systems,Hotel Software, Hospital Software,Chemicals Indenting,Import/Export,MRP - Manufacturing Resource Planning, ERP - Enterprise Resource Planning, Automotive Management Systems, Business Intelligence for Oil & Gas Drilling Operations, CRM,KPI- Key Performance Indicators,HealthCare, Hospitality, Constructions, Loyalty Clubs, Call Centers, Travel & Tourism, Educational Institutions, Industrial Strength Invoicing and many more being added every year.


I can answer almost all types of questions relating to Microsoft Access usage and application design. My strengths are database and interface design.

Bob Heifler

Free Microsoft Access Tutorial Videos are available to you at my web site. Fifteen years of Microsoft Access experience allows me to answer most of your questions. Common question example files available here.

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2016-09-13 Pass value from main form to subform:

Hi Oleg,    Many thanks for the question.    To do what you ask you will need to write a bit of code.  I am not sure of your level of expertise in VBA so I will step you through it.      You also have

2016-09-13 Form property DataEntery=Yes prevents fields be filled out automatically:

Hi Oleg,  When you set a property such as dataEntry = Yes, it will open the form with blank fields for data entry. Under this circumstance if you want some fields to be filled out automatically then you

2016-09-13 Combo does not work in form property Data Entry = Yes:

OK, So you use a similar solution to the one I gave you for the date. The main point here is that you are creating redundant data but adding the same records for a customer all the time. This is poor design

2016-09-13 Combo does not work in form property Data Entry = Yes:

Do you have a Customer's table? Assuming that you do I would do this differently. I would enter data directly into the Transactions table. The only thing you need is a CustomerID foreign key in the Transactions

2016-09-13 Combo does not work in form property Data Entry = Yes:

OK, I'm a bit confused here. You should have a table of customers. You should NOT always be entering a new customer. It sounds to me like your main form should be an Orders table with CustomerID a foreign

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