How and When to Use Quotation Marks In MS Access

Both users and developers at times use Quotation Marks while working with Access database. In this article we will learn such use case scenarios in detail. MS Access developers have regularly used Quotation marks for several purposes including most notably in SQL statements. Let look at some key situations where you need to use Quotation Marks: When a user wants to specify criteria for any domain aggregate function. When specifying or using criteria for Find method. When the user...

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4 Vital Steps in Logical Data Recovery on Hard Drive

If your hard drive is subject to data loss due to logical failures, like power outages, system crashes or viruses, etc., you will proceed to attempt logical data recovery. In this article, we will reveal the 4 essential steps in this process. Unlike physical data recovery, logical data recovery doesn’t involve any repairs on physical or mechanical components. It only focuses on logical problems. Issues like viruses, deletion, file system corruption, file structure damage and mistaken drive...

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How to Save Changes without Prompt when Closing a Modified Email in Your Outlook

When you close an email after some modifications, you will receive a prompt asking whether to save the changes. If you always select “Yes”, why not just let Outlook auto save changes when you close an email? This article will teach you to realize it. It is inevitable that at times, you’ll make some changes to emails, such as altering email subject or removing attachments and so on. After that, when you close this email, you’ll definitely be prompted if you want to save the changes....

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