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DAAUG Lab Meeting

Microsoft Access solutions are just waiting for you at the Denver Area Access Users Group monthly lab meetings. Bring your laptop computer or your USB flash drive. There is certain to an Access guru present to help you solve your most vexing database problems. Don't hesitate and don't be late!

Lab is held the last Wednesday evening of each month January through October. The November/December lab is always the Wednesday after Thanksgiving.

The DAAUG membership has enthusiastically embraced our coffee house concept and turned our evenings into social as well as technical events. Stop by the Food Court first or grab a cup o' jo at Starbucks right next to the Microsoft Store. Come in, hang out, talk about your problems, or be your own guru and bring solutions. We always have a good time.

Note: If we have no visitors at any time after 7:30 PM, we adjourn the lab and look forward to seeing you the next month. So, be sure to arrive early if you want that expert help you just can't seem to find anywhere else!

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  • James P.

    Small turnout during the holiday season. Two new members did come looking for help. I hope we satisfied them.

    6 days ago

    • Kathryn

      I'm working on changes to my database right now! So far so good... 😉

      6 days ago

  • Ken M.

    Ah-ha! I didn't realize we officially changed the starting time to 7:00. It was probably discussed at the last meeting which I missed.

    Yokes on me. :-)

    November 30

    • James P.

      Better to arrive early than late; you can come at 5:30 p.m. next time! Good to see you last night. Remember, joins can add columns. Unions can add rows. ;~)

      6 days ago

  • Kathryn

    Lol, i actually have the tables set up like that, working with them with queries and forms sure has me scratching my head though!

    November 28

  • Kathryn

    I'm so excited to get some advice on working with many-to-many relationships that i can hardly contain myself!

    November 28

    • James P.

      One intermediate table. Two columns representing the primary key in the two tables involved in the many-to-many. You're done! Now you don't have to come to lab, but we'll be happy to see you there anyway. <big smile>

      November 28

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