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MoneyPlanters

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I am a complete newbie as far as Access is concerned. What I am looking for is a complete step by step guide that will help me learn the application from scratch upto an advanced level. It could be an ebook, or an online tutorial. What I cannot invest is money. What I can invest is my sincerity, diligence and hardwork.

Please suggest if any of you are aware of any such guides.

Regards.
 

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alansidman

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Suggest you google "MS Access Tutorials" You will get about 2.5 million hits. Pick one to start and then move on. As you build your first db, post back with specific questions. Also, it is a good idea to buy a book. I started with the Complete reference Access 2002 by Virginia Anderson. It was $40 on Amazon. You can probably find a newer version and used they are not much money.
 

MoneyPlanters

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Thank you so much. I have visited many such websites but none of them seem to be a a good coach. A one stop solution (wesbite/book) is preferable.
 

XL&ME

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Suggest you consider Mike Girvin's printed book or DVD titled, Slaying Excel Dragons. The book and DVD are available from MrExcel's Bookstore.

Mike Girvin also has an outstanding YouTube Channel called ExcelIsFun. Mike's videos of course are free on YouTube. Mike also has made his Excel workbooks he uses in his book, videos, and his YouTube channel downloadable. This way you can follow along and also use them to continue your practicing. Good luck to you!
 

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