Total Access Components

User Manual
Microsoft Access 2000-2016 Version
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Supports 32 and 64-bit versions of Microsoft Access 2016, 2013, 2010, 2007, 2003, 2002, and 2000!

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Components Info:

Why Components?

"Add some zing to your apps!"

Diane Winger, Access Advisor Review

Convince your Boss

Additional Info:


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Awards and Reviews

Readers Choice Award Readers Choice Gold Award Readers Choice Gold Award
Best Access Add-In Best ActiveX Control Best ActiveX Control Best Interface
Design Tool

"...form resizer and splitter bars are particularly powerful and let you easily add these features to your forms. The visual controls such as rotated text, enhanced tabs, marquees, and bitmap animation also give your databases a professional touch."
- Alison Balter, Author of Mastering Access Desktop Development

"The flashiness and capabilities of some of these controls are impressive. If you want to make your work distinct from others, or you want to be well remembered by clients and get noticed, then these controls are for you."
- Matt Leigh, Independent Consultant

"Add some zing to your apps!" - Diane Winger, Access/VB Advisor Review

"Total Access Components is a quick and inexpensive solution to many user interface problems that can plague an Access project. The .ocx itself is well-tested, extremely well supported, and even ships with printed documentation. The installation includes a sample database that shows examples of all constituent components, which can get a developer up-to-speed very quickly. In addition, FMS maintains a well designed Web site that allows potential buyers to download demonstrations of various products, review numerous industry accolades, and check out FAQs and Knowledge Base articles on the product to see if it's worth buying."
- Thomas Wagner, CEO of eTechPartner, Inc.

Published Reviews

Microsoft OfficePRO Total Access Components
May 2001, Take Control of Your Access Projects.
Denver User Group Total Access Components
Denver Area Access Users Group Newsletter.
Access/VB Advisor Create Custom Buttons, Toolbars, and Tabs
November 1997, Access/Office/VB Advisor,