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How to make an inventory database in Access (Part 1) – Import External Data and Create Tables



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15 thoughts on “How to make an inventory database in Access (Part 1) – Import External Data and Create Tables

  1. buy a microphone and stop wasting people's time….

  2. Whatever, Thank you for taking the time to teach us the lessons. Have a great day.
    I know I appreciate it.

  3. Seriously!? You can't even make a tutorial properly.

  4. if you create a how to video YOU MUST SPEAK

  5. Why isn't there any narration?

  6. Could you do one as a precursor to this that helps you set up the various imported items? I know most are basic spreadsheets, but the actual inventory looked like another database from access.  I'm not entirely sure what I need to do to create that foundation to follow this tutorial. Thanks!

  7. Teach us guitar instead

  8. Great music. This is a good how-to for people who can figure stuff out on their own once shown. Just show me the steps, no yakkety yak!

  9. NO WORDS – — NO MEANING
    I HATE THAT NARCOTIC MUSIC.

  10. Hi dear, where is the balance parts?, it is very helpful to study. thanks for your videos.

  11. The quickest and best introduction of how to work on access, a Wikipedia for me :).  Thanks!

  12. Argh.  Why can't people talk during their videos to explain what you're doing.  Silent videos are so annoying.

  13. why people use database instead of file

  14. lose the music…..people who have no idea need to concentrate…..

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