“Using SQL Server data sets and stored procedures to create dashboards in Microsoft Access”

By | November 5, 2014


Juan Soto, Microsoft Access MVP,  will be talking about how Dashboards are a wonderful way to convey a wide range of data points into a consolidated view, that will provide a quick glance of the operations of a firm. In other words, clients can look at the dashboard and quickly see if there are issues that require additional research.

This session will do a deep dive on creating a simple dashboard using a SQL Server stored procedure, data sets and a temporary table, allowing participants to learn more about these concepts and use them with Access.

To join our meeting, please use the following link and phone number or use your computer’s speakers with audio:

Join the meeting: https://join.me/accessusergroups

On a computer, use any browser with Flash. Nothing to download.
On a phone or tablet, launch the join.me app and enter meeting code: 842-599-774

Join the audio conference: 
Dial a phone number and enter access code, or connect via internet.

By phone: 

United States   +
Access Code   842-599-774#

Other international numbers available

By computer via internet: 
Join the meeting, click the phone icon and select ‘Call via internet’. A small download might be required.

Category: Blog

About Susan Pyne

I started with the firm as a Sales Assistant and over the years worked my way up to Senior Access developer, I’m certified on Power BI, with more certifications coming. I'm also the chapter coordinator for AccessUserGroups.org, a worldwide organization of Access virtual chapters that meet each month online to discuss a range of topics in different languages. I LOVE working with Access and learning new technologies!

One thought on ““Using SQL Server data sets and stored procedures to create dashboards in Microsoft Access”

  1. grovelli

    Videos for these meetings are great especially for those on much different time zones such as myself 😉
    Hope you’ll post the video for this meeting as well.

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