Creating Access Menu with Tree View Control

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Creating Access Menu with Tree View Control

The Microsoft Access Project Menu, when finished with the Tree View Control, will look like the Image given below.

The Image above shows the Report Group’s third Option Custom Report is selected and highlighted, with the Report Filter Parameter Form open, overlapping the Menu Screen, for User’s input.

Before going into that, in last Week’s Lesson we have learned how to organize the related items in hierarchical order, using Microsoft Tree View Control, based on the Sample  data Table. 

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Syntax error (missing operator) in Query Expression – Union All of 3 tables

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Hey everyone. I’m pretty new to using SQL code in Access, and I’m getting the error Syntax error (missing operator) in Query Expression ‘Mobile Orders’ when attempting to run the Union All of 3 tables (see below,) where Mobile Orders is one of the columns. Long story short, the Union All gives me the best chance of creating an Excel report that provides 100% accurate data that I need, versus other methods that haven’t been working very well.

I’ve used the NULL for certain

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Talk Dirty to Us on Our New, Sexy Podcast! (But Hurry, the Deadline is TODAY!)

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by Mercury Promotions

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From the sexy minds behind HUMP! and the Savage Lovecast, it’s Five Minute Fuck—a mini podcast featuring your best, dirtiest stories!

We’re looking for erotic fictional tales, orgasmic audioscapes, midnight confessionals, and even real sex. Whatever you think will make for some truly lewd listening!

Each episode of Five Minute Fuck will feature a short piece of audio created by listeners—each 5 minutes or less, and all submitted anonymously. You will be able to binge-listen to all of them at … Read More

We’re Postponing Our “Eyes On the Ground” Panel. Here’s Why!

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We’re Postponing Our "Eyes On the Ground" Panel. Here’s Why!
by Mercury Staff

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As you might be aware, we were planning to host a panel this coming Tuesday, September 22, called “Eyes on the Ground: A Conversation With Portland’s Protest Journalists.” The panel was intended to give our audience a glimpse into what it’s like for the independent journalists who have been covering the historic Portland protests against police brutality and racial injustice that started after a Minneapolis police officer killed George Floyd in May.

But we’re … Read More

This Week in Portland Food News: Japanese Food, Mochi Doughuts, and More!

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This Week in Portland Food News: Japanese Food, Mochi Doughuts, and More!
by Mercury EverOut Staff

The one-week-old Japanese-inspired restaurant Nanbans menu includes Hiroshima-style okonomiyaki with house-smoked pork belly bacon, yakisoba, and a house okonomiyaki sauce.
The one-week-old Japanese-inspired restaurant Nanban‘s menu includes Hiroshima-style okonomiyaki with house-smoked pork belly bacon, yakisoba, and a house okonomiyaki sauce. Nanban via Facebook

Welcome to a new edition of Portland food news! We’ve gathered all the latest happenings in the food scene, including a new Pearl District winery, a drool-worthy smash burger destination, a mochi doughnut pop-up, and an upcoming pasta parlor. Read on for all that and more essential updates. For more ideas, check … Read More

Sam Adams Endorses Mapps Over Eudaly for Portland City Council Seat

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Sam Adams Endorses Mapps Over Eudaly for Portland City Council Seat
by Blair Stenvick

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Portland City Hall MERCURY STAFF

Mingus Mapps, the challenger to incumbent Commissioner Chloe Eudaly in the November race for Portland City Council’s fourth position, just got a significant endorsement.

Sam Adams, the former Portland mayor who unsuccessfully ran against Mapps and Eudaly in the May primary, announced Friday that he is endorsing Mapps. Adams secured 27 percent of the vote in May, but was edged out of the November runoff by Mapps and Eudaly, who got 28 and 31 percent of … Read More

Takeout Club: Reviewing Takeout Options from Nanban, Luc Lac, and a New Salad Delivery Service

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Takeout Club: Reviewing Takeout Options from Nanban, Luc Lac, and a New Salad Delivery Service
by Suzette Smith

Dont sleep on the miso ice cream at Nanban!
Don’t sleep on the miso ice cream at Nanban! Sweet visuals

First we couldn’t go outside, then we could only go outside—as we learned that the indoors was where coronavirus thrived. Now with all this climate apocalypse wildfire smoke (that has thankfully lessened today, although the Air Quality Index still reports Portland’s air as Unhealthy for Sensitive Groups), we’re back indoors again!

In response to Portlanders’ return to responsible home arrest, here are a few reviews where we salute Portland takeout—new … Read More

Good Afternoon, News: Rest in Peace, Ruth Bader Ginsburg

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Good Afternoon, News: Rest in Peace, Ruth Bader Ginsburg
by Wm. Steven Humphrey

Supreme Court Justice and American icon Ruth Bader Ginsburg, dead at the age of 87.
Supreme Court Justice and American icon Ruth Bader Ginsburg, dead at the age of 87. Robin Marchant / Getty Images

Here’s your daily roundup of all the latest local and national news. (Like our coverage? Please consider making a recurring contribution to the Mercury to keep it comin’!)

• Ordinarily we report local news first in GAN, but this clearly takes precedence: In absolutely devastating news, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg—one of America’s most beloved legal and feminist … Read More

Good Morning, News: Our Savior Rain, Roadside Vigilantes Arrested, and Trump Ramps Up Crime Spree

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Good Morning, News: Our Savior Rain, Roadside Vigilantes Arrested, and Trump Ramps Up Crime Spree
by Wm. Steven Humphrey

We need your help. The economic fallout of the coronavirus crisis is threatening our ability to keep producing the quality reporting you’ve come to love. If you’re able, please consider making a monthly contribution to the Mercury.

Psst... did ya see all the crimes I did this week? Probably the biggest, best crimes anyone ever did ever.
“Psst… did ya see all the crimes I did this week? Probably the biggest, best crimes anyone ever did ever.” Scott Olson / Getty News

GOOD MORNING, PORTLAND! Now that it’s raining more than ever, know that we’ll still have each other. … Read More

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