Women’s Soccer Recap: USWNT vs. Spain and Thorns Draw Against Utah—WHAT A TIME TO BE ALIVE!

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by Erin O’Regan

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The US Women’s Soccer team pounded out a 2-1 win over Spain Monday in a gritty fast-paced thriller of a match. SUPER STAMINA ACTIVATED!

The last time the US played Spain was in January 2019 and they won 1-0. The US was heavily favored to win this match, but the game quickly proved that anything is possible with elimination on the line. This is the fourth match for the US in the 2019 World Cup … Read More

Budgeting Database

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I am creating a budgeting database. I have a transactions table and corresponding form that I can enter each transaction on. The transactions table and form have a payment type column where it specifies which checking account I paid with and if I paid with a credit card. There is also a category column where it specifies if this is for insurance, groceries, auto, or utilities, etc. The category column and the payment type column are both drop down lists.

What I want

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Women’s Soccer Recap: USWNT vs. Spain and Thorns Draw Against Utah—WHAT A TIME TO BE ALIVE!

Best Microsoft Access Programmer Portland OR


by Erin O’Regan

world_cup_Marc_Atkins.jpg
Marc Atkins / Getty Image Sport

The US Women’s Soccer team pounded out a 2-1 win over Spain Monday in a gritty fast-paced thriller of a match. SUPER STAMINA ACTIVATED!

The last time the US played Spain was in January 2019 and they won 1-0. The US was heavily favored to win this match, but the game quickly proved that anything is possible with elimination on the line. This is the fourth match for the US in the 2019 World Cup … Read More

Feeling Nosy

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by Anonymous

No one likes the nosy neighbor. Theres always annoying and hate filled neighbors. Everyone could think they’re a cool neighbor yet in turn they could hate a neighbor and be hated themselves.

I’m not only talking of neighbors in living quarters but also neighbors on a street, in a cafe or restaurant, at a show, in class, for music, on the bus, etc. Its like so many neighbors need to see who’s around them, this is fear planted in them to be … Read More

You Disgust Me

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by Anonymous

Sometimes I sit at the same table as you at lunch on break from work. I’ll watch you devour your tuna fish sandwich while looking at your phone. You never look up once. Your phone screen is greased the shit out because you dont wipe your hands. Do you even wash them bad boys? You’ll scratch your head, wipe your face off, then eat more. You’ll burp and fart. Sometimes man, the stench. Sometimes man, just the regular stench of your breath … Read More

You Disgust Me

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by Anonymous

Sometimes I sit at the same table as you at lunch on break from work. I’ll watch you devour your tuna fish sandwich while looking at your phone. You never look up once. Your phone screen is greased the shit out because you dont wipe your hands. Do you even wash them bad boys? You’ll scratch your head, wipe your face off, then eat more. You’ll burp and fart. Sometimes man, the stench. Sometimes man, just the regular stench of your breath … Read More

Multi-Field Validation Rules on Different Fields

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Hi guys, so I’m trying to create a table with multi-field validation rules set for specific fields. For example, I have a field called Phase, and based on the value there, the user can enter values in some fields, but not others. The specific validation rule is different for each field, but is based on the set Phase value. How would I do this while avoiding the ” Invalid SQL syntax – cannot use multiple columns in a column-level CHECK constraint. ” error message?

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Multi-Field Validation Rules on Different Fields

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Hi guys, so I’m trying to create a table with multi-field validation rules set for specific fields. For example, I have a field called Phase, and based on the value there, the user can enter values in some fields, but not others. The specific validation rule is different for each field, but is based on the set Phase value. How would I do this while avoiding the ” Invalid SQL syntax – cannot use multiple columns in a column-level CHECK constraint. ” error message?

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[Help] Dynamic form that adds a new row when a new ID shows up?

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So I have a database that tracks ID and Volume for each day. Very simple.

I have a form that just calculates the average for each ID. However, Every couple of months or so we’ll get a new ID and I have to add a new row in the form for this ID.

Is there any way to have a dynamic form that averages my Volumes by ID, similar to how a pivot table would work in excel?

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using DLookup in a table to pull up a number code’s designation

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I’ve been reading how to ‘s all over but i can’t figure this step out – this has to be simple and i’m just not getting it.

I’ve an existing contacts database – each contact has a number code designating the kind of work they perform for me. I’d like to add a column to this existing table (or even to a query is fine), but I dont where to actually use the vba code in order to get what I want done.

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