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Table Design

Query Design

Form Design

Form Tips and Mistakes

Form Navigation Caption

Using a RecordsetClone

Synchronize Two Subforms

Multiple OpenArgs Values

Late Bind Tab Subforms

Subform Reference to Control Rather than Field

Tab Page Reference

Shortcut Keys


Combo Box Top Tips

Properties and Validation

Select First Item

Cascading Combo Boxes

Zip, City, State AutoFill

Report Design

Suppressing Page Headers and Footers on the First Page of Your Report

Add the NoData Event

Annual Monthly Crosstab Columns

Design Environment

Adding Buttons to the Quick Access Toolbar

Collapsing the Office Ribbon for more space

VBA Programming

Using Nz() to Handle Nulls

Avoiding Exits in the Body of a Procedure

Shortcut Debugging Keys

Setting Module Options

Math Rounding Issues

Rename a File or Folder

Source Code Library

Microsoft Access Module VBA Library

Royalty-Free VBA Modules

VBA Error Handling

Error Handling and Debugging Techniques

Error Number and Description Reference

Basic Error Handling

Pinpointing the Error Line

Performance Tips

Linked Database

Subdatasheet Name

Visual Source Safe

Deployment

Runtime Downloads

Simulating Runtime

Prevent Close Box

Disable Design Changes

Broken References

Missing Package & Deployment Wizard

Terminal Services and RemoteApp Deployment

Avoid Program Files Folder

Microsoft Access Front-End Deployment

System Admin

Disaster Recovery Plan

Compact Database

Compact on Close

Database Corruption

Class Not Registered Run-time Error -2147221164

Inconsistent Compile Error

Decompile Database

Bad DLL Calling Convention

Error 3045: Could Not Use

Converting ACCDB to MDB

Cloud and Azure

Cloud Implications

MS Access and SQL Azure

Deploying MS Access Linked to SQL Azure

Visual Studio LightSwitch

LightSwitch Introduction

Comparison Matrix

Additional Resources

Microsoft Access Help

MS Access Developer Programming

More Microsoft Access Tips

Technical Papers

Microsoft Access Tools

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Microsoft Access Statistical Analysis


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Not sure when to use Microsoft Access? Wonder how Microsoft Access should fit in your organization? Here are a few resources to help you understand, justify, and position Microsoft Access to maximize its value:

History of Microsoft Access

Best Practices with Microsoft Access

Table Design

Query Design

Form Design

Combo Boxes and List Boxes

Report Design

Setting Up Your Microsoft Access Development Environment

VBA Programming Tips

VBA Error Handling for Microsoft Access

VBA Date Related Functions

Performance Optimization

Microsoft Access Deployment and Runtime Version

System Administration

Dealing with MS Access Database Corruption

Cloud Computing, Microsoft Azure, and SQL Azure

Comparison to Visual Studio and LightSwitch

Additional Resource Centers

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FMS Products for Microsoft Access Developers

FMS offers 12 products specifically designed for Microsoft Access.

These products are particularly important for Microsoft Access developers and sure to increase the quality of your development:

Finding unused Microsoft Access Queries with Total Access Analyzer

Automated Database Analysis for Best Practices

For automated analysis of your databases, check out our Total Access Analyzer program which is designed to examine every object in your database in detail, provide documentation to help you understand what's in it, how the objects interact, and offer suggestions for applying Microsoft Access Best Practices. It finds hundreds of types of errors, suggestions, and performance tips specific to your database objects.

Microsoft Access Database Comparison Add-in Tool

Microsoft Access Database and Object Comparison Add-in

During development if you have multiple copies, multiple developers, or other users making changes, differences occur and need to be tracked down. Total Access Detective compares any two MS Access databases or two objects for differences. Find exactly what changed with properties, fields, controls, lines of macro and module code, and even data between tables or queries.

Microsoft Access VBA and VB6 modules in Total Visual SourceBook

Microsoft Access Source Code Library

Why write all the code yourself? Get our Total Visual SourceBook code library with 100,000+ royalty-free lines of code you can insert into your Access, Office/VBA and VB6 projects. Written exclusively for this professional code library, there's code you won't find anywhere else.

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Standardize VBA/VB6 Module Code with Total Visual CodeTools

Simplify Writing, Taking Over, and Delivering VBA Module Code

If you want to write better VBA code and do it in less time, learn about our Total Visual CodeTools program which works with Access, Office, and VB6. Total Visual CodeTools includes code builders, tools to standardize existing code (indentations, variable names, adds error handling, etc.), and tools for you to deliver more robust solutions. Learn more about our Microsoft Access coding tools.

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