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Access User Group Webinars for December

Here are the details for 2 of our 5  Access User Group (AUG) meetings this month. This is a wonderful opportunity open to novice and professional developers to learn new tricks. Each webinar is free and you don’t have to be a member to participate.

Interested in joining one of our virtual AUGs? We have groups across the globe in various languages. Sign up with free membership and receive email updates on future webinars held once a month. Once you have attended one of our meetings and gained a feel for how this works, we encourage you to apply for a chapter through our Contact Us form.

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Here are this month’s events:

Access Europe

When

Wednesday December 3rd @ 9:00 pm Central European Time

Topic

Ribbons

Details

Have you wanted to make your own ribbons for a while, but just can’t seem to get started? Or have you already made your first ribbon, but just want to know more about to customize it? Well, look no further. Access Europe will take you on the grand tour of Access Ribbons. Book that time in your calendar straight away so you don’t miss out on this great opportunity.Topics will include:

* What is the ribbon?
* Why do I care about the ribbon?
* Starting with a blank ribbon
* Customizing the back-stage view
* Creating a button
* A rundown of some of the xml properties.
* Re-using built in buttons, or customizing a ribbon
* Contextual ribbons
* Creating a Recently Viewed Items list.
* Dynamic enabling and disabling of ribbon buttons
* And more!

Where

To join the meeting please click here for details.

 

Access SQL Server with Access

When

Tuesday December 9th @ 6.30 pm Central Time

Topic

Power and Simplicity using Tables for Dates and Numbers

Details

In this session we will explain how a certain class of queries can be made simpler with pre-built tables for dates and numbers. These tables simplify aggregations and groupings involving time periods and numeric ranges, aid in gap analysis, and allow clever ways to implement certain algorithms – all without having to resort to procedural code. Examples include identifying the number of business days between two dates, grouping data by weeks and quarters, parsing strings of comma-separated numbers, and identifying missing numeric values in a table. We will present these and other examples and show how these tables may be designed and populated.

Where

To join the meeting please click here for details.

 

Three other meetings are scheduled for the week of December 15, details will be posted soon.

About Lucy Pyne

I work with a great team of people at IT Impact Inc. My role is Sales Support. I have worked with databases for many years and I really love how technology is advancing, it gives me new things to learn! I am sure that these meetings with Access User Group will open doors to new levels.

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