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Creating an Append Query in Microsoft Access


This article talks about the importance of the  Append Query and the appropriate way of creating them in Microsoft access database. In Microsoft access database and all the other database management systems, queries as the heart of the software system which can execute numerous actions to make your database more systematized and functional. Queries prove to be useful for working on various tasks including returning record-sets in an ordered and filtered way, updating values, editing or deleting data, and even making a new table in the access database. Action Queries can be used for adding, changing, or deleting numerous records from a table, […]

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Microsoft Access Form Designs: Using VBA With On Timer Event

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This Access form will self-destruct in 10, 9, 8, 7…. Using the unknown or unused Timer Event for your Microsoft Access form designs can be quite effective and really automate your background processes. I was recently asked if this application has a timer control which one could illustrate as a count down or trigger code on a set time. You can show a real time count down by using basic controls like a text box or launch another form (or […]

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Microsoft Access Database VBA Programming – 3 Ways How You Can Automate Your Access Application

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  I haven’t really talked about Microsoft Access database VBA (Visual Basic for Applications) before as this is not for beginners! However, I do get asked about how to program with Microsoft Access using VBA and in some cases macros too. I intend to do two things in the near future; write an eBook for beginners and create a dedicated section for Access VBA – keep an eye out!   In the meantime, the following article will give you some […]

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