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What is Microsoft Access?

Microsoft Access is a personal relational database system that can be purchased as a standalone product, or is included in Office Professional versions and higher.  Access allows the user to develop database applications to track, store, and report on their data. Access applications are comprised of Tables, Queries, Forms, Reports, Macros, and VBA code modules and are typically contained within a single file. In addition to being able to store data locally, Access databases have the ability to connect to a wide variety of other data sources, such as Excel spreadsheets, SharePoint lists, SQL Server tables and views, XML files, and much more. To find out more about Microsoft Access, visit the Microsoft Access homepage or see this Microsoft Access WikiPedia article.

Microsoft Access Basics:

The following is a list of basic tutorials for Microsoft Access:

If there is a tutorial that you would like to see posted on this site, please contact us and let us know what you’d like to see. Chances are, if you want to see it, someone else does too!

Microsoft Access How-To’s:

The following is a list of some more advanced how-to tutorials for Microsoft Access:

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Access Database Templates:

Microsoft Access (2007 and higher versions) supports creating complete database applications from database templates in the ACCDT (.accdt) file format. The following is a list of links to some useful Access Database Application templates that you might find handy:

Access Resources:

For more information about Microsoft Access resources, please view our Microsoft Access Resources page. This page is full of information about Microsoft Access and is sure to provide you with answers to your questions or links to the content that you need!

More Help:

If you need more help with Microsoft Access, please feel free to contact us with your specific questions and/or problems and we will do what we can to help. We are dedicated to helping you solve your problems and no challenge is too big or too small for us to take on!




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