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Subreports – Why Do You Need Them in Access?

In this article we explore the need of subreports and learn to create them too. We create reports in MS Access to summarize data in a database, but there might be a need to create a summary of two related tables, in this situation, a user can make use of a subreport. Subreports are the reports of related tables and not complete databases, these can be inserted in a main report. Subreports prove to be an essential part of the Report feature in MS Access, by using subreports apart from the...

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How to Add Hyperlinks and Charts to a MS Access Report

By adding charts and hyperlinks in your Access reports, you can ensure that the reports become more visibly presentable and can link to data resources. Reports for an MS Access database help summarize what is contained in a database. The database reports is an essential feature of the application, which allows the user to quickly make sense of the data. With objects like hyperlink, charts and buttons, the report in MS Access will only become more comprehensive, detailed and informative....

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MS Access is Here to Stay – And It will Continue to Exist in Near future

In this article we look why it is likely that the MS Access database application will remain popular in coming years despite the availability of a plethora of enterprise grade RDBMS. MS Access was developed by Microsoft more than 2 decades ago, from then till now, the application has continuously been used and appreciated by millions of users all over the globe. Access was once a part of the MS Office applications in Windows editions for home use. But only recently, both Access and Excel...

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