Welcome to Microsoft Access Database Tutorial

Monday, Feb 20, 2012
This website is about learning how to build an Access database using the most effective techniques and tools available with very little or no knowledge and get you up and running without the need to learn all the ‘geek’ speak keeping it Jargon free that most trainers and consultants like to impress you with!

If you are new to Microsoft Access or wish to know what it is, please take a look at An Introduction To Microsoft Access.

This website contains blog posts, products and general tips to help users find out all about Microsoft Access latest news and articles I feel worth mentioning and recommendations of videos and books on the subject.

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About Ben

Ben Beitler is a highly proficient software developer & consultant with over 19 years experience of database design and implementation of CRM management systems, bespoke applications using VBA (mainly Excel spreadsheets & Access databases). Currently he is also working as coach for individuals and small businesses who are looking to use the Internet to market their businesses focusing on SEO and traffic building to websites. He is a fellow member of the The Institute of IT Training which is the world's first professional body for IT training professionals which sets standards and code practices within the industry. Having successfully run several businesses, Ben currently provides training, consultancy and development in Access and Excel ranging from small to large companies including Ford, Toyota, HSBC, Barclays, PWC, Deloitte, Sage and many others. Even though he is based in the UK (in and around the London area), his services have been used as far as Australia consulting and developing systems with software specialists. Ben has created website resources for Microsoft Access database and Microsoft Excel spreadsheet which are free to use which collate news articles, tips 'n' tricks, video tutorials and support questions from the more popular websites around including Google, Yahoo and YouTube.
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