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Microsoft Access Database: Where’s the Switchboard Manager Tool?

Microsoft Access Database

If you have been using Microsoft Access Database for quite some time and been through a few upgrades over the years and ended up with the latest version (currently Access 2016/Office 365), then you will have noticed many changes, newer look and feel, new features and older utilities and tools being dropped (deprecated). One example is the Switchboard Manager tool which up until version 2007 was the easiest way to create custom built menu forms to allow users to easily […]

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Creating a database in Access

Creating a database in access

Here’s an extraction taken from one of my eBooks, Here’s a quick overview to get you started and apply some if not all the above concepts discussed (from earlier chapters). Creating a new database in Access Step 1 – Start Microsoft Access and you are presented with an interface where you can choose from a number of different templates. The screen shot presented below shows a few template examples: If you are going to select one of the options (refer […]

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