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Microsoft Access Task Management Database. Design and Build Your Own! To Do List. Link to Customers.



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In this video, I'm going to teach you how to build your own task management database in Microsoft Access. We will add all of the standard fields: description, notes, date created, date due, date closed, priority, and what customer it's for. We'll make buttons to show all tasks vs. open tasks only.

Walter from Amarillo, Texas (a Platinum Member) asks: I would love it if you could show us how to build a task management database. I have a million things on my "to do" list. I need help organizing them based on priority, due date, what customer they're for, and that kind of stuff. If you could show me how to make buttons to show just the open tasks or ALL the tasks, that would be great too. Oh, and a search box! Thanks.

Silver Members and up get access to an Extended Cut of this video. Members will learn how to get rid of the queries and replace them with SQL directly in the button code. We'll also create buttons we can click on to sort by various fields: date due, priority, or description. We'll also make a search box that will look for keywords in the description or notes fields and filter the results accordingly.

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