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40% of US Employees at Large Companies use their own devices.   #BYOD via +Gartner, Inc. 

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Log Code and Property References. Get Microsoft Access / VBA help and support on Bytes.
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How To Create User Permissions and Customized Menus in MS Access. Get Microsoft Access / VBA help and support on Bytes.
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New Article: How to Fill immediate window with Table columns #access   #vba  
Dev Tools: Fill immediate window with Table columns. Get Microsoft Access / VBA help and support on Bytes.
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How to Rank the Results from Queries in #Access   #vba   #visualbasic  
A query to rank or number the results is often requested. In more powerful database management systems such as Microsoft SQL and DB2, there are often functions to do this. However, in Microsoft Access, no such function exists.
Ranking Queries in MS Access SQL. Get Microsoft Access / VBA help and support on Bytes.
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New Article: Working with Front and Back-Ends
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A long-understood, good practice for Database design is to “split” the database into a Front End (FE) and a Back End (BE). The FE contains all the Queries, Forms, Reports and Modules needed to make your Database work. The BE contains all the Tables that house the data for your Project. The FE is linked to the Tables in your BE, so that there appears to be a seamless integration between the two. The reasoning behind this (among other things) is that, most often, when an Access Database crashes, it is due to the Queries, Forms, Reports and Modules failing to function properly, which may cause the program to close unexpectedly or, more likely, hang endlessly and require the killing of the program through your Task Manager. If this happened with your BE, there are much higher chances that you would lose your data or even that your data tables would become corrupted, thus making your Database unusable.
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New Article: Managing DSN-Less Connections

Until just recently, I would use system DSNs for all of my MS Access databases that connected to MS SQL Server backends. It is really easy to setup and didn't require all the code that I was seeing online for the DSN-Less connections. However, it is a pain to try to switch to a test server, make sure that you have the correct DSN setup on the client computer (changes depending on 32 or 64 bit client system), etc. So now I have made the switch to DSN-Less connections and decided to post how I did it (since I can't find everything that I need online).
Managing DSN-Less Connections. Get Microsoft Access / VBA help and support on Bytes.
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New Article: Implementation of Complex Numbers in C
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Links to various tutorials, articles and libraries that can be useful for developing #Android #apps  .
List of Android Development Resources & Links. Get Mobile Development help and support on Bytes.
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When to Use Layouts: The Synergy of Layouts and Anchors in #Microsoft #Access 2010

A layout provides a grouping method for controls on a form or report. The two default layout types are Tabular (labels in form header, controls in detail), and Stacked (labels to the left, controls to the right, all in detail). Regardless of which layout you choose, you can edit it afterward to work any way you please. 
When to Use Layouts: The Synergy of Layouts and Anchors in MS Access 2010. Get Microsoft Access / VBA help and support on Bytes.
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How to Export a Form or Report as a "Package" #access   #vba  

It happens often in Access development environments: you're working in one database, and you realize that you want to use a form or report in another database that you or your company are also developing. But when you import/export the object, you discover that a lot of the objects that it depends on (tables, queries, subforms/subreports) aren't in the other database and also need import/export. 

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How to Export a Form or Report as a "Package". Get Microsoft Access / VBA help and support on Bytes.
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