Microsoft Access Database: Use Search in Microsoft Access 2007

As with all Microsoft Access database applications, using the conventional search tool (Find Command) is basic but does exactly what is says on the tin!

This quick video tutorial shows your how you find data values in Microsoft Access 2007 highlighting the basic options that can be used across one or all fields.

Use Search in Microsoft Access 2007

The problem here is that users are searching for values directly in either a table or a query and leaves your data unprotected from editing and other unwanted changes to your recordsets.

How you can one protect your data and still have the flexibility of searching for records (especailly if you are not comfortable or knowledgeable with Microsoft Access form designs)?

This is where I can help!

Take a look at my Search Tool Utility Offer and take the next step to having a rich search and customisable tool for your Microsoft Access database system.

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