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A Beginner’s Guide to Create Access Macros

Creating macros is not as difficult or as scary as it sounds. Access makes it easy to set up a macro that will give you the automation you need without having to learn an entire programming language. Macros are incredibly useful tools that can save you a lot of time. However, knowing they exist is clearly not enough. You have to learn how to create them to really get the full idea of what they can do. Marcos are coded in a programming language called Visual Basic Applications, or VBA....

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2 Methods to Present Your Table Data in a Chart in Word

In this article, we will present you 2 methods to present your table data in a chart in Word. Reasons to Present Table Data in a Chart First of all, let’s take a look at why you may need to display table data in a chart in your Word document. Generally, the reasons go as below: A chart is more intuitive than a table on Word file. There is no doubt that charts can help readers easily understand data and connections among them. It’s convenient. Whenever you need a chart for your...

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4 Most Common Issues in Exchange Database Availability Groups

In this article, we are going to see the most common issues that occurs during our troubleshooting in the member of Database Availability Group in the Exchange system. Introduction: Database Availability Group (DAG) takes care of the Mailbox High Availability, even though any of the server or the Database goes down and the mailboxes will be accessible by the end user through the passive copy. Hence the end-user will not see major difference. Even though users are able to access the mailbox,...

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