Access Tip 10: Multi-Table Queries, Part 1

In a typical database, a single table doesn’t show you the complete picture. That’s because related data is often spread out through several different tables. With a query, you can pull in data from multiple tables to answer questions. For example, to find...

My Thoughts on the Windows 10 Free Upgrade

In my opinion, you are crazy if you update your Windows computer to Windows 10! Let me tell you why. First and foremost this has nothing to do with Windows 10, I am hearing nothing but good things about Microsoft’s most recent version of Windows. But this is the...

Computer Tip 4: Mouse and Keyboard

In these 4 tutorials we take a look at working with your mouse and keyboard. If you are brand-new to computers learning to work with the mouse and keyboard is essential to having a good experience with your computer. Many people use laptop computers and those...

Google Translate

Google translate is an amazing tool. Google translate is a free tool that will translate written text from one language to another. Google translate is an amazing tool that needs to be experienced and played with to truly appreciate this amazing resource....

Intro to Microsoft Project 2013 – YouTube

Intro to Microsoft Project 2013 Published on Mar 30, 2015 Online Software Training: http://www.learnitanytime.com/ -Unlimited Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Access, MS Office, PhotoShop, Web Design, & lots more! -17 years teaching software to industry leaders. -Easy...

iPhone Tip 22: Compass

Here is a review of the iPhone Compass on an iPhone Have you ever been lost in the woods? Maybe you’ve wandered around the city and so lost track of where you are; I have. The compass on your iPhone can serve as a tool to help you find your way. I must confess...

Access Tip 15: Printing Reports

Once you’re finished with your report, you can either print it or export in a different file format it so that you can email it or post it on the web. Before you do this, you’ll need to go to Print Preview to make sure everything fits on the page, and you...