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  • Access 2013 Web Apps Access Web Apps represent a significant step forward in the direction that Microsoft has taken with regards to Access. Access (whilst maintaining its desktop functionality) has become a design tool for data-centric SharePoint apps. These apps will be available through a standard web browser but will require designing with MS Access. In this series, we […]
  • Access Fundamentals (P) Understanding fundamental concepts in Access is vital when attempting to create better databases. In this series of posts we will be explaining the fundamental concepts associated with MS Access and taking you on a step-by-step guide through all Access has to offer.
  • Class Modules (P) Building applications in MS Access can get complicated as the size of the database increases. Keeping code organised can be difficult at the best of times but more so when multiple modules containing multiple functions and sub-procedures are used. One way to combat this is to use class modules (which is conveniently what is being […]
  • Excel Importing Excel is widely used as a means of passing data between different locations. Oftentimes, as an Access developer, you will be required to import data from an Excel sheet and this process can be a little tricky. In this series, we will be showing you how to import from Excel using both native functionality and […]
  • Many-To-Many Relationships (P) At some point you will have to create a many-to-many relationship at the table level. You may have already done it. But how exactly do you implement said relationship in an actual database? In this series of posts, we will be giving you practical implementations of many-to-many relationships and showing you how to create the […]
  • Outlook Automation (P) An important but often unknown feature of MS Access is the ability to utilise Outlook to send emails. Outlook is the email client of choice for many people and for those with the full Office suite, it makes sense to make full use of its capabilities. MS Access, as a data repository, is the perfect […]
  • SQL Server (P) One of the best ways to take your Access applications to the next level is by using SQL Server as a back-end. SQL Server gives you a lot of functionality that Access lacks and along with much improved security. An Access front-end with a SQL Server back-end is a set-up that has been used thousands […]
  • Switchboard Forms (P) Swtichboard Forms are incredibly useful when it comes to navigating your way through the database. They have a light footprint and help keep your form count down. Mastering them will help you to ensure that your databases look and act the part.
  • The Ribbon (P) Ribbons have become in vogue over the last few years but did you know you can modify them programmatically? Using VBA and some neat tricks that we will show you, you can completely change the appearance and functionality of the Ribbon and in the process make your applications look more professional.
  • VBA Fundamentals (P) Want to take Access to the next level? Then you will need to master VBA. VBA underpins everything in MS Access and its intuitive object model makes it simple to add increased functionality to your databases without having to write thousands of lines of code.