Microsoft Access Database: 5 Settings To Avoid With Microsoft Access Options Causing You Headaches
Here’s an article I wrote some time ago but is worth a revisit since the newer generation of users tend not to be always aware of the background tasks Access sometimes insists on performing…
When I first started to use Microsoft Access (back in 1993) which was then version 1.1 and quickly moved to the newer version of 2.0, you had various options available that could be set to change the behaviour of how you viewed and ran the basic objects. It probably took you no more than 15 minutes to discover, read (in the help files) and apply all settings that Microsoft Access databases had to offer – job done, never having to return to this area again!
Move forward 20 plus years and working with Access version 2013 you now have to either employ an individual to study and constantly refine the permutations of how Microsoft Access will work, behave and look. Okay, I may have exaggerated a little about employing and individual but your get the point! You need to Continue reading “Microsoft Access Database: 5 Settings To Avoid With Microsoft Access Options Causing You Headaches”