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Before we part, I'd like to share some additional resources that you might find useful in developing your databases. First, I would encourage you to spend some time digging into the Expression Builder. There are over 150 built-in functions to choose from and with Access's context-sensitive help system, it makes it really easy to learn more about each one. Simply select the function that you're interested in, press the Help button, and you'll be taken directly to the reference sheet for that function. Another helpful resource can be found in online discussion forums. I highly recommend the forums at UtterAccess.com.
Here you could join a local Access user group, post questions about specific Access objects or procedures, and even download sample projects and code snippets. A second highly active community can be found at dbforums.com/microsoft-access. Finally, Microsoft's own Access blog regularly features tips and tricks that you can apply to your own database. I want to thank you for joining me as we took a closer look at using queries in Access 2010. Have a great day!
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