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5 Signs You’ve Outgrown Excel

Have you outgrown your Excel spreadsheets? It’s not always easy to tell when the time has come to upgrade to a database program. Usually, users begin to notice inefficiencies with their spreadsheets such as inconsistent information or redundant data. Rather than...

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Four Ways to Use Microsoft Access

When was the last time you used Microsoft Access? This database program is flexible and can be used for home and personal use. It is considered an information management tool that lets you store information for running reports and analyses. Access is a good choice...

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How to Create a Form with the Form Wizard

One of the things we love about Microsoft Access is its user-friendly interface. Whether you plan on using Access for a small business or departmental organization, chances are you don’t have a lot of time to learn a new database and teach it to others. Moving from...

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Benefits of Using Microsoft Access Templates

Microsoft Access database templates are the perfect way to organize and manage your data without having to create a database from scratch. When you choose a template that you like, all you have to do is open it and the database application will be created for you....

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How to Make Your Access Databases Ultra Fast!

With the latest Microsoft Access program rolled out just last year, a lot of improvements have been made to the database program. Still, many users struggle with slow-loading databases. When your business is running on speed and efficiency, it’s frustrating to be...

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Types of Table Relationships in MS Access

There are three types of relationships in Microsoft Access: one-to-many, many-to-many and one-to-one. Table relationships are used for various reasons such as informing query, form and report designs. Fortunately, MS Access makes it easy to create table relationships...

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How to Build an Access Database in the Cloud

  Are you looking for an easy way to move your Microsoft Access database to the cloud? Office 365 provides users with a central location where all Access databases can be stored and managed. There are many benefits to using this service, such as being able to protect...

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Reasons to Turn Access Apps into Web-Based Apps

When an Access database outgrows its original purpose, the next step is to upgrade to a more powerful system. Before you throw away your Access database, you may want to consider turning your Access applications into web-based applications. This won’t work for every...

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