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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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Ms Access 2013 no longer supports PivotCharts

PivotTables and charts have found wide usability in the industry thanks to their inclusion in the Ms Office package, most notably in Ms Excel. They effectively gives you the flexibility to query the data from different points of view. They also allow you to briskly summarize a large data set and drill down through a summary to the underlying data. Most importantly a whole array of analysis done in financial and business process today harness the powerful filtering and group features that...

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Ms Access 2013 is all about web apps

In the 2013 edition of Ms Office, the Access application too seems to have got a major shot in the arm. It comes in form of web apps which allow you to share the data stored in an Access database online. Essentially you get to create browser based RDMBS application that does not require any intricate coding from your part. All you need to do is select the data elements you want to monitor say contact table or a specific project and Access would do the rest. Let’s explore web apps in...

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