Application Launchers

Join me at 09:00 AM (USA Eastern Time), 19 March for a presentation on “Application Launchers”. During this discussion we will discuss the myriad of techniques to ensure you users have the latest version of your application(s), every time they are launched. AccessUserGroups.org/ET #MSAccess #AppLauncher

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Using Access to fill Word Mail merge documents

During the February session of the AccessUserGroups.org ET meeting, I gave a presentation on using Access to feed data to a Word mail merge document, and gave some tips on neat functionality within mail merge documents which might be beneficial to Access users.  The video of this presentation is available here. Please join us for […]

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Access – T-SQL Translator

During the AccessUserGroups – ET session this morning, one of our attendees provided a link to a new tool being offered by AccessUserGroups.org which converts Access SQL to T-SQL or to VBA code. You can try this tool out at: SQL Converter This tool does a very good job of translating Access (Jet) SQL into […]

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Synchronize sub-forms!

Have you ever: – needed to know what record was displayed at the top of a continuous form or sub-form – wanted to re-query a form and reset it so that the selected record is in the same position within the continuous form or sub-form that it was in before the re-query – needed to […]

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Force users out of an Access Application

Have you ever needed to work on an application and couldn’tbecause someone had a lock on either the front-end or the back-end? Some of you have probably already incorporated a similar feature into your own applications, but I’ve seen a couple of posts recently on several Access websites, so I thought I’d share the method […]

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Access Date/Time Picker

Finished updating the latest version of my Date/Time picker.  You can read more about this in my Experts Exchange article. You can use it as a date picker, time picker, or both with very little code.  I use it in my billing application, allowing me to default the start and end times of my work […]

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De-normalizing data for the user interface

Have you ever wanted to display and edit data in a form that looks like a Cross-Tab query?  A great example of this might be to allow users to enter their hours spent on various projects (rows) for each day (columns) in the current week or month. Last month, during my monthly Access User Groups […]

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