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Microsoft Access Database: 5 Settings To Avoid With Microsoft Access Options Causing You Headaches

Microsoft Access

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 […]

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Microsoft Access Database Articles: Check Out My EzineArticles

Microsoft Access Database

It’s too hot to work – taking a vacation! While I’m away, checkout my Microsoft Access Database EzineArticles or click that big ‘Diamond Expert Author’ logo to the right of my home page. Microsoft Access Database Articles: Check Out My EzineArticles Here are some of the direct links to popular articles: Microsoft Access Database Design Tips – Want To Know 7 Quick Tips To Designing Your Access Database? I’m often asked How do you design a good Access database? My simple […]

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When to Use Microsoft Access database, When to Use Microsoft Excel

MS Access Macro

Tea or coffee? Shoes or trainers? Access or Excel? Life is full of different options but most of the time the decision comes down to practical requirements. If you need a shot of energy to get you through the day then you’ll be better off with a big mug of coffee. Likewise if you have an important business meeting scheduled it is probably best to stick to more formal footwear. But say that you have a volume of information that […]

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