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8 Tips to Create Flexible Tables in Microsoft Access


Tables should be responsive, optimized and efficiently designed for your Microsoft access database. Databases are all about tables and how they hold and then show the information stored in them. It is vital for them to be flexible, dependable and informative. That’s the reason why it is fundamental to create and assign the appropriate properties to such tables. The following 8 simple tips will help to plan and build your Microsoft access database tables: 1. Naming of the fields The name […]

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6 Advantages of Utilising Microsoft Access Database


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Access database is an effective tool that supports businesses in completing complex processes and enhances the way corporations work. It enables them to consolidate hectic organisational responsibilities like saving data,record keeping system, designing user-friendly forms and professional looking Reports on Microsoft Access Database. With the added level of Microsoft Access programming (macros and VBA coding), experts can keep their business records reorganized smoothly and mimic user activities and support Business workflows. This advanced database system has decreased the level of ‘data-disarray’ and settled the issue of data loss significantly. / To help understand the benefits, here are the 6 advantages of utilizing Microsoft Access database: 1. Sample Databases. The Microsoft Access […]

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MS Access Database Images: How To Correctly Handle Them ?


Microsoft access database was never really designed to handle images the same way other Office applications do and maybe it was deemed as bit of an afterthought. Different versions lead to different challenges and the latest version (2016) still have issues ending sometimes up with invisible images on those forms and reports. This is further complicated by having a 32-bit version of Access database 2016 (16.0.4229.1024) and perhaps not the 64-bit version installed but that may not be a good […]

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Time-saving tips when MS Access database


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Timing is very important in everything we do in life, in this post you will find out tricks to easily optimize your speed when working with MS Access database, this tips will also help you manage the time while creating access database. Each table should have primary keys: when creating access database in MS access make sure, each and every table in your access database should have primary keys. This allows the system to quickly locate and connect records with […]

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Microsoft Access Database 2013 Splash Screen Form


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Back in 2012, I posted an article on how to create a splash screen form without VBA code too using a little trick to name your database with an .bmp extension to it – a hidden gem! However, in this quick video tutorial, the alternative way is to create a navigation form in Microsoft Access (from version 2010) and take advantage of the Access options and a simple macro…take a look… Excuse the music and text narratives but hopefully you should […]

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Microsoft Access Database: Understand Database Design Using Microsoft Access 2010


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  Microsoft Access Database Tutorial – My Comments The video talks about planning a Microsoft Access database using a five step plan. Well there are various methodoligies one can use and I use a similar approach with a bit more meat in between the processes involved. To learn more about this and actually how to build an Access database, you may want to check out my eBooks which there are six that comes in a special offer bundle.   Money […]

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