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Excel: Moving & Highlighting A Spreadsheet

This fundamental video will describe how to navigate around the Excel Spreadsheet. Most users of Excel are self taught and as a result they can do most of thier day to day work with...

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SSRS: Sorting

You have a shiny new report that your users can now interrogate with parameters (shown in last video), its interactive now, but there is something missing..... The user will always wants to sort the results...

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SSRS: Intro To Parameters

With your report well underway, the next hurdle is ensuring your report is able to change its results depending on the criteria the user wants. this is accomplished by putting report parameters onto...

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SQL: Server Agent

After you have your database the way you want it, the next thing on your list of priorities should be maintenance. You can perform most things manually, but what if you wanted the...

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SQL: Union Statement

When it comes to data manipulation there is only so much you can do. Most of the options on data manipulation stem from three sources: 1. Field Manipulation (the likes of case statements, if...

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SQL: Where Clause

Following on from our previous video of how to display results from SQL by use of the select statement. We are now going to discuss the basics of filtering our information by use...

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SQL: Select Statement

If you want to return values from any SQL source you need to understand the most fundamental statement. The select statement by and large is quite easy to understand but bit by bit, line by...

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