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MS Access 2007 help

MS Access 2007 is the version of Access that changed everything. The interface is like no previous version and takes some getting used to. Instead of the classic toolbars and menus we now have what is known as ‘The Ribbon. It is easier to now create basic forms and reports. Unfortunately there is not a [...]

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Microsoft Access 2007 for dummies

The world’s most popular desktop database, Microsoft Access has seen many versions. The latest is known as Office Access 2007 and is the most radical release yet. It offers a wide range of features for beginners and seasoned users alike. There are many books on the market including “Microsoft Access 2007 for dummies” which will [...]

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Discovering the Microsoft Office Access database

Microsoft Office has been around for many years and includes at its core Access, Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. Microsoft Office is the world’s most popular office suite and is used on millions of PC desktops. The application used for storing and retrieving large volumes of data is the Microsoft Office Access database. Previously it [...]

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Working with Microsoft Access 2007

I have been making good use of MS Access 2007 recently. I’m starting to like it. I realise many people are still divided on the new Ribbon type toolbar. It takes some getting used to, but after a while I find it most useful. There are tools available to go back to the old style [...]

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Microsoft Access 2007

Microsoft Access is alive and kicking and is available in it’s latest incarnation “Access 2007″. It is unclear just how many companies have switched to it or Office 2007 in general, but I suspect the take up is slow. Personally I am not keen on Access 2007 because it seems too much of a radical [...]

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