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    Does anyone have completed assignments for New Perspectives on Microsoft Access 2010?


    Hello everyone, I'm new to this forum. Does anyone have all the completed assignments for this book because I need to compare my work to someone else's work to see if I did my assignments properly. I especially need these ones: Case Problem 1 pgs. 351-353, Case , Problem 1 pgs. 409-410, Case Problem 1 pgs. 465, Case Problem 1 pgs. 513-514, Case Problem 1 pgs. 565, Case Problem 1 pgs. 606, Case Problem 1 pgs. 661-662. I need this as soon as possible so if you guys can post these completed assignments in your postings I would really appreciate it. Thank you!!!

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    Why don't you post one of the problems and your solution and we'll see if we agree with it?
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    Here is one of the assignments I need help with. If you guys could check through the whole assignment to see if there are any errors, please let me know. I know I was having trouble with when I click on Select Contract and choose a number the Student ID and Teacher ID do not change accordingly. However, if there any problems that you could point out to me I would really appreciate it. Thanks.
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    The Select Contract combobox should be UNBOUND. This control is used to input search criteria. If BOUND you will change the value in record. Controls for input of search criteria should be UNBOUND.

    There are two orphan labels on frmLessonsByTeacherSplitForm
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    Another question I have is with Case Problem 1, pgs. 513-514. When I created a make table query based on the qryLessonsByTeacher query, how would I enter the LessonType field values correctly so I could see the correct results when I run the query? Thanks.


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    You can't really "cascade" anything in a 1-1 relationship nor set ref int because it's not logical to do so. Which is the master and which is the detail? Logically, there is no definition.

    I don't understand your question about the LessonType field. Do you want to have filter criteria for this field as well as the LessonLength?
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    Hey, if anyone has both Case Problem 1,Pages 206-207 and Case Problem 1, Pages 513-514 completed, may you please post it because I want to see where I may have went wrong in my assignments. I will post post both of my assignments as well. Thanks.


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    In qryLessonsByTeacher the LessonType criteria is under the LessonLength field.

    Do you have any other specific questions?
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    For Lab 6 after I created frmContract, I'm having trouble with number 7. Even though I have the Student ID and Teacher ID combo boxes, how would I select the LastName, FirstName, and Student/Teacher ID from the tblStudent and tblTeacher table, and sort in ascending order by the LastName field and then by the FirstName field? Here is my lab below.



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    Use a query for the combobox RowSource. Try:

    SELECT StudentID, LastName & ", " & First Name AS StudName FROM tblStudent ORDER BY LastName, First Name;
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    Hey, thanks for responding. I went to the property sheet and for the Row Source Type I have Table/Query. In the Row Source part I entered SELECT StudentID, LastName & ", " & First Name AS StudName FROM tblStudent ORDER BY LastName, First Name;. However it did not work for me for both the empty box for StudentID and TeacherID combo boxes. I'm not sure what I did wrong. I'm a little confused in this part.

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    Sorry, looks like I left a space in the FirstName field name.
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    Ok now its working. Now its saying add a calculated control that displays the ttal of the MonthlyLessonCost and MonthlyRentalCost fields. Set the calculated controls Tab Stop property to No and format the values as currency with no decimal places. I need help with this part as well.

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    I guess you need to add those two fields. Textbox ControlSource property would be a simple expression.

    =MonthlyLessonCost + MonthlyRentalCost

    Set the other properties as instructed.

    This is all elementary functionality and should have already been explained in lesson lecture or reading.
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    Yeah, I already fixed that issue already.

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