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I have Access The other day I started to use it and found a help system, by chance it seems. Today I can’t find that help library. I can find the video tutorials easily enough, but I want a straightforward, old-fashioned text version. I’m afraid I find the American accents of the tutors painful to listen to, and the constant movement doesn’t help my concentration.
In the absence of an ‘official’ F1 key help system, is there another tucked away somewhere? At least until my Amazon order of a book on Access arrives later this week. Was this reply helpful? Yes No. Sorry this didn’t help. There is a new feature for Similar to the Cortana search on Win 10 where you can type in some keywords into a box above the ribbon to get help.
The old F1 help system doesn’t work as well as it did in But on the other hand, almost nothing in Access has changed appreciably since Newcomer’s Reading List. Threats include any threat of suicide, violence, or harm to another.
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Thank you all for your comments. I kicked myself for not noting the location of that help system that I found just by chance. It seemed to be a complete manual on creating relational database systems, but a day later I couldn’t find it. Office Home version doesn’t yet?
I haven’t done any work on databases, including Access, since I retired thirteen years ago, so I need a reference that covers the lot. I am aware that the earlier versions are virtually the same, but I don’t have anything except Office , so I can’t refer back. I did spend an hour today searching the web, but what I found was either very basic or inconveniently fragmented.
I agree there is lots around, but it also takes a lot of time examining those sites! I said I’ve got not so. I have, as I also said, Office which has the components on Windows Access is on the Mac I think, but I don’t use that machine much. I had looked at my Office ‘Account’ page which confirmed that I had all the latest updates and that I had the versions of Office components, e.
Note the ‘automatic updates’ bit, which clearly hadn’t happened and had not been disabled by me. This page also claimed that my files were up to date, which was not true. It worked, and I now have all the components, including Access for Windows , and the Help libraries that go with them and which are the ones I wanted, whereas the components did not have any help attached.
So it seems to me that the subscription Office does not provide automatic updates. You have to know that they are available, then reinstall. Maybe, to be fair, I have missed something somewhere; I’m becoming quite an expert in how to be confused If I am wrong I hope someone corrects me! Hope this Helps. I am an Old gentlemen not kidding about the old part who used to know Access Cold.
Now that Microsoft has realized what a moneymaker they have and how they can compete with the other commercial databases on the market they have make this product a very hearty and beefed up product.
The products ability to pick up imbed databases inside other databases during the design phase makes it very friendly to use. At my age, that is all I can discuss. Details required : characters remaining Cancel Submit 2 people found this reply helpful. Choose where you want to search below Search Search the Community. This thread is locked.
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Cancel Submit. Gina Whipp Volunteer Moderator. I wish I could say yes but alas no, you will need to wait for your Amazon order. Thanks for your feedback. How satisfied are you with this reply? Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. Scottgem MVP. Daniel Pineault MVP. Help with what exactly? There are tons of great online resource!
In reply to Daniel Pineault’s post on November 9, Thanks again. In reply to alan sears’s post on November 9, I have at last got my head sorted around the problems I imagined I had. Today I decided to go for re-installing Office anyway, from the ‘My Account’ page: It worked, and I now have all the components, including Access for Windows , and the Help libraries that go with them and which are the ones I wanted, whereas the components did not have any help attached.
This may, or may not, help Gina, who had replied to my original post with: “I wish I could say yes but alas no, you will need to wait for your Amazon order. In reply to alan sears’s post on November 10, I have not yet installed , waiting for them to work out the bugs, but I am glad to know Help may be back!
Thanks for the info! Ernie Steiner. In reply to Gina Whipp’s post on November 9, Good Luck All. Rohn MVP. In reply to Ernie Steiner’s post on April 3, In reply to Rohn’s post on April 3, Guys, this post is from , I think it safe to assume the issue was resolved by now otherwise they would have posted back by now!
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– Microsoft Access Tutorial: MS Access with Example [Easy Notes]
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