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How to Work With Snaking Columns in MS Access

Snaking columns is a popular feature is MS Access which is routinely used by advanced users. Snaking columns in MS Access can be found in Access reports and help in consuming all the left over space on the page, thus leading to fewer prints and faster processes. We often need to print some text which can be easily accommodated in less than half or simply half the page. In such a situation, you can make use of snaking columns and make full use of the space on your page. When using snaking...

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Understand the Role of Access Services in Web Applications

In this article we look at the role of Access services in context of web applications where they act as enablers The support for Access Services in SharePoint was launched with the 2010 edition of the Web Server. And that is when Microsoft began promoting this as the most appropriate platform for Access applications. When you deploy or publish your Access application on SharePoint, you can get complete access to Access Services, thus enabling you to create a web application or SharePoint...

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Understand the Limitations of Linked Data in MS Access

If you are dealing with Linked Data in MS Access, you should be aware of its critical reputation. While making use of MS Access in your organization, you might also want to link external data with MS Access. As operations in the application cannot always be performed using data already in MS Access. When you make use of external data with MS Access, you will have to link the external data with the application, this will allow you to use the information in its original format. Meaning, you...

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