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What Are The New Features In Microsoft Access 2016

Microsoft Access 2016

Here’s a quick less than three minute video on what’s new with Microsoft Access 2016 to quickly discover if it’s actually worth the upgrade! As the video informs us, there seems to be little difference between the previous version (2013) and not convincing us it’s worth the effort or even an additional slight cost (unless of course you’ve subscribed to Office 365 with apps – meaning it’s effectively already been priced in and therefore free) to bother. What Are The […]

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Microsoft Access 2016 Database – New eBook Arriving Soon

Microsoft Access 2016 Database eBook

Since the release of Microsoft Access 2016 Database eBook late last year, everyone has been busy re-writing and documenting the changes to MS Access and in essence, there’s little difference when comparing it to the previous version (2013). However, to help freshen up and bring any newer features into the fold, I too have been busy re-writing my current eBooks which were originally written and supported for most versions ranging as far back as version 2000 (through to 2010). As usual, you can […]

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MS Access Databases Properties: How To Set It Using Access VBA And The DAO Object

MS Access databases

As with most Microsoft Office applications, MS Access databases also have a properties feature that captures the basic file attributes like author, date and subject to name a few. There is also a custom tab to edit and add your own properties and is stored with the database file itself. To know more about changing the built-in properties window, see view and change MS Office 2010 file properties. For the earlier versions (pre 2007), this feature can be found via the […]

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