Access Database Recovery

How to Work with MS Access in a Cloud Computing Ecosystem

With Cloud computing making a big impact, it is but matter of time when companies would look to link Access databases to cloud solutions To be able to compete with all recent applications, Microsoft finally allowed support for Cloud support in MS Access, in the 2010 edition. The earlier editions of the application did not support Cloud storage, but with the most recent editions of the application, you can now store Access data on Azure cloud and even link it with SQL Server. Cloud storage...

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How to Add Multiple Queries in One MS Access Report

In this article we look at including several queries in a single Ms Access Report A lot of Access users wish to add multiple queries in a report, whereby the results of all those queries are presented in one single report. If you are able to do this, it would make your report look very comprehensive and professional. The reports you provide can be a lot more detailed and informative if they contain results of multiple queries. There is no uniformity required, while putting multiple queries...

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How to Prevent Error Messages in Reports in Older Versions of MS Access

If you are using an older iteration of Ms Access, Error Messages in Reports are fairly common. In this article we look to avoid them by performing some simple steps. Like it happens with many other applications and objects, the older editions become obsolete as the new and advanced ones take over. Also old versions of software are typically more prone to errors than current ones. In the 2003 and older editions of MS Access, an error message used to appear in reports if there was no record...

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