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Ready to consider upgrading to Access 2010 or Access 2007 ?


“Ready to consider upgrading to Microsoft Access 2010 or Microsoft Access 2007?…It may well be worth it!…” If you have been using Microsoft Access 2007 for a while now, moving to Access 2010 will be seamless and all you need to do is understand what new features have been introduced and what it has also replaced (where applicable). However, a lot more users haven’t yet upgraded to Microsoft Access 2007 and are still using Access 2003 (or even an earlier […]

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Brief history of Microsoft Access


Here’s a brief history of Microsoft Access just in case you wish to step back and reminisce A brief history of Microsoft Access Late 1992, Microsoft released the first version of Access (version 1.0) desktop database application for the Windows operating system and was shortly replaced with version 1.1 in mid 1993 to incorporate better compatibility with other Microsoft Office products of that time and more importantly introduce the ability for programmers to code this application using Access BASIC. Version […]

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‪Microsoft Access 2010 – How to Create a Navigation Form‬


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This video is a good advert that shows some of the new features – adding a navigation form with tabs that allows you to move between other forms replacing the conventional menu manager tool from previous versions. It also gives you a quick overview of how sleek looking this version is compared to earlier versions (not so much Access 2007 but earlier) and how interactive the Ribbon Bar is to the selected item (object) with dynamic previews when formatting the […]

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