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New Blog Post: A couple good reasons why you should upgrade to MS Access 2013 with Windows 8 or 10
If you’re upgrading to Windows 8 or 10, unfortunately Access 2003 or older is incompatible. On the other hand, this is the perfect opportunity for you to migrate that old database to Access 2013. W...
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Learn more about Access Web Apps at the next online User Group meeting - August 18 at 7:00 pm Eastern. The tutorial is free and open to Access users of all levels. http://bit.ly/1TrxwNY
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I'm wondering if there is a way to view/access my Microsoft Access database on my mobile devices?
I created a MS Access database (2007) on my work PC, I will be leaving my current place of employment and would like to take a copy of the database with me.
I would like to be able to view said database on my mobile devices for which I have; Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge and. An iPad Air 1
Does anyone know if this is possible? And if so which application(s) do I need?
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Catch one of the Access User Group meetings and learn for free!
We have six live webinars featuring MS Access Tutorials. Find one that's interesting, connect and join the Access User Group.
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It's time to refresh your Access skills. Don't miss out!
We have six live webinars featuring MS Access Tutorials. Find one that's interesting, connect and join the Access User Group.
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Check out the how-to guide: http://bit.ly/1h7OcZA
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We want to invite you to our special webinar session on August 5th @ 21:00 Central European Time!

If you’re an Access developer with multiple users, you are probably aware that best practice in the field is to use a split database architecture with a shared backend file (or SQL server) and distributed copies of the frontend. We’re going to demonstrate an easier way to do it. http://bit.ly/1JTXX4v
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MS Access españa se reune el tercer jueves de cada mes a las 9:00 pm CEST. Revisa el próximo tutorial aquí: http://bit.ly/1TrLCyE
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Gracias por responder, necesito hacerlo tanto por consulta como por reporte
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Our next Access User Group meeting is next Tuesday, Aug. 18th. Join the free tutorial and Q&A session to learn more about Access, more info: http://bit.ly/1Trpip3
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Our next webinars are on Tuesday, August 18th. Take a look at the upcoming topics and tutorials here: http://bit.ly/1hbdrKi
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Don't miss our special webinar session tomorrow at 9pm CET! We're demonstrating a tool that backs up the latest dev version, decompiles it, compacts it, compiles it to a accde file, places it on the server, handles patch notes, and informs the update application that an update is ready.
DOWNLOAD LINKS WILL ONLY BE PROVIDED TO THOSE PRESENT AT SESSION! http://bit.ly/1JTXX4v
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Join tomorrow's MS Access Q&A session at 4pm Eastern! Follow the link to connect and learn more about Access http://bit.ly/1h7RGeo
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Check out our next MS Access Q&A session! Next Tuesday, August 4th at 4pm Eastern. RSVP and receive a reminder to join the free webinar.
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