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Old October 22nd, 2009, 12:25 PM posted to microsoft.public.access.tablesdbdesign
BruceM via AccessMonster.com
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I sometimes find that the hard part of looking something up is figuring out
how to phrase the search. The more I learn the more able I am to search out
the answers. That being said, the forums continue to be a great resource.
Glad to hear it worked for you (and quite efficiently at that).

DRoads wrote:
Checked out the website (thanks) . I would think that someone that spends so
much time distributing "TIPS" from this newsgroup would have a rather
extensive tips page on their website. He should at least pull down the page
until he can populate it.

I just didn't appreciate his assumption that I either didnt' know what I was
doing so I needed his extensive knowledge and $help or that I must be lazy
because I was sarcastically taking him up on his "free" offer. What a
vulture. I not only finished the database quickly using the tips that some
were so kind as to write in but I did it without the $$$help$$$ of $teve.
How's that for stupid and lazy $teve?

To others.... please never underestimate your own creativity and the
kindness and knowledge sharing of (most of) the people on this site.

Thanks John

but he has had a website for years, www.pcdatasheet.com. Check out his
Access tips.
He also is a very busy blogger

John... Visio MVP

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