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touring Iceland, I was notified that my Microsoft MVP status was renewed.
Here I am enjoying a hike on the beautiful Sólheimajökull Glacier with my
Microsoft MVP jacket and Microsoft water bottle filled with glacial melt.
What a great experience and beautiful country! If you like the outdoors and
amazing geology, I highly recommend a visit.
We are delighted to announce the availability of Total Access
Analyzer for Microsoft Access 2013. Total Access Analyzer is
the most popular Microsoft Access add-in of all time. The Access 2013
version is our tenth major release since it's original debut in 1993 as
our first Microsoft Access product. We've added many new features to
make it more useful than ever.
We've also released an update of
Total Access Admin. In conjunction with the 2013 release, we've updated
the 2003 version. The 2003 version lets you monitor the user activity for your
Access MDB databases without requiring the installation of Access 2007 or later
to support ACCDB database formats. The new version includes the ability to maintain a list of
computer names to more friendly user names.
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Total Access Analyzer Ships for Microsoft Access 2013
Total Access Analyzer is the most popular Microsoft Access add-in of
all time! It examines every object in your database to document
what's there, how it relates to other objects, and analyze how your
entire database works. With detailed object, macro and VBA code
analysis, Total Access Analyzer finds over 300 types of issues to
help you avoid errors, identify unused objects and code, suggest
design enhancements, improve performance, and recommend best
practices. Almost 400 presentation quality, customizable reports are also available.
We are delighted to announce the release of Total Access Analyzer for Microsoft Access 2013 with many new features:
- Supports Microsoft Access 2013: 32-bit and 64-bit versions
- New documentation of
- Documentation of Navigation Control and Buttons
- Documentation of Web Controls
- Supports Procedure Calls to
- Three New Module VBA Coding
Suggestions including unused Declare statements and parameter
- Enhanced VBA Module
Parser for Compiler Conditionals
- New Search Bar for Selecting Objects
- Improved Open Documentation Form to Jump to the Current
- Report Filter Shows Count of Issues
- New Treeview with 64-bit support
- and many other features
For a complete list of enhancements, visit our
Access MVP Dale Fye recently provided a testimonial for Total
"This tool is unique in its ability to document every aspect of my
applications; my favorite feature is the ability to identify unused
objects within the database. This feature allows me to identify and
remove remnants from previous iterations of each application and reduce
application size and complexity."
Thanks Dale! Here are more Total Access Analyzer
Awards and Reviews!
Total Access Admin 2003, Version 11.6 Ships
Total Access Admin
lets you monitor users going in and out of your databases in
real-time. See who's currently in your database and who
recently exited, create a log of connections and disconnects,
compact the database after everyone exits, etc. Monitor all
the databases across your network from one installation of
Total Access Admin.
With the release of Total Access Admin 2013, we've also updated Total
Access Admin 2003 to includes the new features. Total Access Admin 2003
supports the MDB database formats but not the ACCDB format, which allows it
to be installed in environments where Access 2007 or later is not installed. Read our
Features page for details.
Download the fully-functional
Free Trial of the
2003 or 2013 versions to see how helpful Total Access Admin can be for
Statistics FAQ for Bad Data
Statistics is our data analysis product for Microsoft Access
that extends the power of Access queries. It performs advanced
numerical analysis on your tables to generate statistical values
such as correlations, percentiles, t-Tests, regressions, ANOVA,
crosstabs, Chi-Square, cash flow analysis, moving average, rankings,
data transpose, and much more.
From time to time, we receive reports from customers who encounter
3219: Invalid operation when attempting to run a scenario
This is caused by invalid or corrupt data in your table -- data that
is beyond the normal bounds of what Access should allow in the field
type. It is often related to data from a linked data source
(non-Access) or data imported from another source. Regardless,
Access does not consider it an error until Total Access Statistics
tries to read the data. It's easily addressed once you know which
record and field is causing the problem.
We've updated our FAQ to provide some VBA module code to diagnose your data
and a more detailed explanation: Total Access Statistics FAQ.
Visual Agent Workgroup Error with Microsoft Access 2013 Installed
from Office 365
Total Visual Agent
is a system administrator program that lets you schedule Microsoft
Access chores such as database compacts, backups, data extracts,
running macros, collecting database statistics, and much more.
Manage databases across your network and schedule events to occur
every few minutes, hourly, daily, weekly, monthly, or just one time.
To support ACCDB databases, Total Visual Agent 2013 requires a
copy of Microsoft Access 2007 or later to be installed on the PC
(even the free Access
runtime is sufficient). We have recently discovered instances
where this is a problem even if MS Access 2013 is installed. When
launching the Total Visual Agent Manager, this error appears:
Could not open system workgroup C:\ProgramData\FMS\Total Visual
It turns out that the problem occurs if Access 2013 was installed
directly from Office365 rather than from a disk or MSDN download.
Fortunately, there's a simple and free download from Microsoft that
fixes this issue. Read our updated
Visual Agent FAQ for more details
on resolving this issue.
Access Version Releases, Service Packs, Hotfixes, and Updates History
We've updated our Microsoft Access version history page with some recent
updates including May, June and July updates for MS Access 2013. They aren't
as significant as service pack releases, but address some issues that could
Read the page for more information and links for the free updates:
Microsoft Access Version Releases, Service Packs, Hotfixes, and
Let us know if there's more information you'd like us to add.
Access Articles Available Online for Free
FMS friend, Garry Robinson from Australia, has acquired the Microsoft
Access collection of
Smart Access articles. Smart Access was a technical journal for
Microsoft Access developers from 1996-2006.
Hundreds of the articles are available for FREE on a website he
created on Microsoft Azure. Improve your knowledge and Microsoft Access
skills with this collection of resources written by some of the world's
leading Access experts including several from FMS developers. Thanks
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