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    Learn MS Access by playing Jeopardy

    This is MS Access Jeopardy! It is a program (designed completely in MS Access) to teach MS Access. This is a newer version with many new enhancements (designed in MS Access 365). I posted an older version about 10 years ago in MS Access 2000. I designed it to not only help others learn MS Access but to also show what is possible to create with an application such as MS Access.



    You can change the questions/answers as you need to and modify timer and other settings. Along with modify questions/answers, you can also change the "Jeopardy" name to something else. I used li
    ve Jeopardy pictures so you can play against opponents who have actually won on the TV show (you can even tweak their response rates and their favorite categories to make it more challenging). Add your own characters as you wish.

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    You can adjust other settings such as the timer can be turned on or off (I think it is set to off as a default).



    This is an *.accde file. There is a close button on the main form to allow you to close and view the database/form/module structure. If you'd like the source code, please email me at: pkohn@charter.net

    Enjoy!

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    Note: the password to close and get behind the scenes is PAK. Although you won't be able to see the code, you can see/edit the tables and see the form and module names used. I can email the source code (*.accdb file) upon request. The *.accdb file size is a little too big to upload onto this site even zipped.

    Email me at: pkohn@charter.net if you'd like me to send you the source code.

    Many thanks to Matrix who allowed me to upload the compiled version!

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    That is really cool, will have to check it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pkstormy View Post
    Note: the password to close and get behind the scenes is PAK. Although you won't be able to see the code, you can see/edit the tables and see the form and module names used. I can email the source code (*.accdb file) upon request. The *.accdb file size is a little too big to upload onto this site even zipped.

    Email me at: pkohn@charter.net if you'd like me to send you the source code.

    Many thanks to Matrix who allowed me to upload the compiled version!
    I also have a version for 64 bit versions of MSOffice.

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