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 on: March 02, 2010, 07:51:15 AM 
Started by alexander - Last post by alexander
1.Click on the "Macros" option in the "Objects" menu.

2.Click "New" in the upper-panel of the database window to create a new macro.

3.Click in the "Action" field.

4.Click on the drop-down arrow and go to "MsgBox".

5.Go to the "Action Arguments" pane by clicking in the "Message" field or pressing "F6". To toggle to and from the "Action Arguments" pane, use "F6".

6.In the "Message" field, type the message that the end-user needs. A suggestion
is to let the end-user know where the file will reside once it is exported.
For example, "The file will be exported to your desktop in Excel." In order to have room to type and view the entire message, right-click in the "Message" field and go to "Zoom". The "Zoom" dialog box will open and this will provide the opportunity to type the message.

The font can also be changed by clicking "Font…".

7.Click "Ok" once the message has been typed.

8.Click in the "Beep" field. If a beep is to sound when the message box is displayed, click "Yes". Click "No" if a beep is not needed.

9.Click in the "Type" field.

10.Click on the drop-down arrow. There are five types of messages that can be displayed. The difference between the message types is the icon that will be displayed with the message.

If "None" is selected, an icon will not be displayed.

Select "Critical" to display a red circle with an "x" beside the message.

"Warning?" will display a speech balloon with a question mark in the middle. "Warning!" will display a yellow triangle with an exclamation point in the middle.

Select "Information" to display a speech balloon with an "i" in the middle.

11.Click in the "Title" box. Use this to give the message a title, if desired. The title will appear in the title area of the dialog box. If a title is not given, "Microsoft Office Access" will be the title of the dialog box.

12.Click on the second line for the next action.

13.Click on the drop-down arrow to select "OutputTo".

14.Click in the "Object Type" field or press "F6".

15.Select "Query" to export query results. Any type of object can be exported from a table to a module. In this example, a query will be used.
16.Click in the "Object Name" field, select the name of the object that will be
exported by clicking on the drop-down arrow. If "Query" is selected as the "Object Type", the "Object Name" field will display the queries in the database.

17.Click in the "Output Format" field. If the data is to be exported to Excel, select an Excel (*.xls) format. If it will be exported to Word, select "Rich Text Format (*.rtf)". The format that is selected at this stage will be ending format when it is exported.

18.Click in the "Output File" field.


19.Right-click in the "Output File" field and select "Zoom".

20.Type the path where the file will reside once it is exported, the filename, and the file extension. For example, c:\documents and settings\all users\desktop\contact list.xls.

21.Click on "Ok."

22.Click in the "Auto Start" field. Select "Yes" if the file is to open once it is exported. Select "No" to have the end-user open the file once it is exported.
Do not forget to save the macro. To preview the macro’s operation, click the exclamation point in the icon menu. To step through each action of the macro, select the icon to the right of the exclamation point (indented block paragraph with the arrow).

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 on: November 10, 2009, 09:18:12 AM 
Started by alexander - Last post by alexander
Please find attached:  Database Assessment Task 2010  Roll Eyes

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 on: June 11, 2009, 10:08:12 AM 
Started by terrykumar - Last post by ecyoj98
Roll Eyes

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 on: June 11, 2009, 10:00:35 AM 
Started by terrykumar - Last post by terrykumar
We all know that some musicians are really influenced by some other musicians (oh here we go again..) which affects their writing / composing style. But what if a song REALLY sounds like another song? I found it difficult to judge whether its just an influence or plagiarism.

So i did some research on the internet and I found some information about plagiarism:

The claim against the publisher of the song, which was co-written by Jeffrey Bass and Eminem, was brought by the writer of the 1960s hit “Daydream" performed by The Wallace Collection. The allegation was based on eight bars of a melody used in "Daydream" and in the refrain of "Cleanin’ Out My Closet".

So if a song has exactly the same chord progression, melody, harmonics as the other song for 8 (eight) bars, then it will be considered as plagiarism.

source >

 5 
 on: June 11, 2009, 10:00:21 AM 
Started by Jam - Last post by ecyoj98
I like PC too.. wahaha.. but i preferred xbox360 than ps3 =]

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 on: June 11, 2009, 09:59:48 AM 
Started by Realize - Last post by gameguru
Nokia N93i owns iPhone... (Iphone lacks useful stuffs like videos and bluetooth  police) total OWNAGE!  Grin

 7 
 on: June 11, 2009, 09:56:09 AM 
Started by Master Chief - Last post by ecyoj98
XBOX360 coss its much cooler than anythin else  Grin

 8 
 on: June 11, 2009, 09:55:01 AM 
Started by alexander - Last post by gameguru
Great stuff sir.. It's very useful... now I've got new stuffs to try..  angel

This site is so hot now I feel warm..  Grin bahahahaha!

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 on: June 11, 2009, 09:54:54 AM 
Started by Realize - Last post by ecyoj98
I pesronally liked Nokia's.. =] but i voted for iphone.. lol!  Tongue

 10 
 on: June 11, 2009, 09:52:51 AM 
Started by Master Chief - Last post by gameguru
LOL.. when it comes to gaming XBOX 360 OWNS everything!  now that they have that motion detector thingy... police

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