Using the New Expression Builder to Build If-Then Statements in Access 2010 Applications (Visual How To)

Watch the video and explore the code as you learn to create a nested IIf function call when you design a query using the new Access 2010 Expression Builder. Author: Ken Getz (MVP)

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Introduction to Data Analysis Expressions (DAX) in Gemini

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Introduction to Data Analysis Expressions (DAX) in Gemini

Gemini and DAX Extend the Power of PivotTables Excel PivotTables are not new, but Excel PivotTables that are based on multiple tables of data are new with the Gemini add-in for Excel 2010.

Data Feeds

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Data Feeds

One of the keys to self-service BI is that people need the highest quality, up-to-date data for their analysis.

Get Started with Expression 3: Watch Videos and Tutorials

Learn how to get started using Expression Studio 3 by watching these free videos and tutorials that cover Expression Web, Expression Blend, Expression Design, and Expression Encoder.

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Case-Sensitive string comparisons

Today’s guest blogger is Michael Groh, co-author of the popular Access 2007 Bible . The VBA language is not, by default, case-sensitive. A statement such as   CBool("XYZ" = "xyz") will always return True

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Roll-your-own “traffic light” icon set

Posted by Chris Downs, writer, Access IW Content Team Here’s a great tip suggested by Clint Covington.

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Roll-your-own “traffic light” icon set

Roll-your-own “traffic light” icon set

Posted by Chris Downs, writer, Access IW Content Team Here’s a great tip suggested by Clint Covington.

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Roll-your-own “traffic light” icon set