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Best Practices for using Ms Access – A Primer

When we look at commonly used RDBMS solutions in the market, we find the likes of Oracle and SQL Server at one end of the spectrum that are designed for large and medium sized businesses. At the other end we have likes of Ms Access which are primarily suited for small businesses and personal applications. However the Ms Access database application has a lot of juice in it and has over the years been used by many to handle line of business applications and intricate multiuser programs. Now if...

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Understand the scenarios where an Ms Access Form can show up as blank

The Ms Access database from Microsoft is still widely used across small businesses and in various departments of large companies too. The fact that Access is easy to use and creating applications or data entry forms around it is a piece of cake, adds to its attractiveness. The ability to create custom forms in Access with the wizard or in Design view has attracted numerous businesses to experiment with it as the whole process can be completed without much effort. In fact one can create a form...

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Type of Application that you can create to work with Ms Access

The flexibility ingrained in Ms Access database application lends itself beautifully to be used for several purposes. You can build different kinds of applications that harness the advantages of Ms Access and these may range from mundane personal applications to organization wide applications that support nearly hundred concurrent users. The Access application which ships with the Ms Office suite comes with a form designer and wizards that can be used by nearly anyone and without any effort....

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