No problem. I understand - bubble is a really cool platform but because it’s target user base ranges from beginner all the way to advanced programmers, the tutorials and documentation might seem pretty broad at first. Often when I find a new tool, I like to cut through the documentation to find immediate answers to my specific questions.
I don’t recommend that with bubble, however. Bubble is a powerful product, and the time invested to learn it holistically vs time to building valuable applications is so small that it’s really worth the initial (very small) learning curve.
Bubble isn’t Access, which is to say, manipulating data is going to be different between the two platforms. To get a handle on how Bubble works with data, you’ll want to have a foundational understanding of the Bubble platform as a whole. Data, workflows and the UI are all needed to manipulate data.
After you’ve finished the bubble “lessons” I recommend mulling over user manual, videos and the reference.
Please don’t feel I’m being unhelpful! I think that with your experience, once you grok the mechanics of the platform, you’ll have little difficulty building highly valuable applications rapidly and with ease.