The world's most popular collection of custom controls for Microsoft Access is now available for Microsoft Access 2010 (which also supports Access 2013 and 2016).
Main product installation and runtime installations now support Windows 10 operating systems. The setup program is updated to support the latest operating systems and Access 2013 and 2016 environments.
The Sample database and User Manual/Help File have been updated.
Total Access Components 2010, Version 14.0, has a number of significant enhancements from the 2007 version:
Microsoft Access 2010 and later is available in 32 and 64 bit versions. ActiveX controls are either 32 or 64 bit and must match the MS Access version selected.
Total Access Components 2010 includes two sets of controls:
Both versions are compatible with each other. Use the controls from Total Access Components in your MS Access application and automatically run it in the other version without any changes. Your users simply need to have the appropriate version of Total Access Components on their machine. Separate 32 and 64 bit redistributable programs are included for to deploy them to your users.
To support both 32 and 64 bit environments, Total Access Components 2010 was upgraded from C++ version 6.0 to version 10.0.
A new property, FreeMemEx, is available for the System Information control to support larger values when returning the systemís total free memory. A new Constant value, TacmSys8664, is available for the System Information controlís CPUType property. This value is returned for 64-bit processors.
The Sample Database is significantly enhanced to demonstrate all the properties, methods, and events for each control.
The following features were added with Total Access Components 2007. The features are also included in Total Access Components 2010 for both 32 and 64 bit versions.
Many of the controls are enhanced with more features, a more modern appearance to support the look of Windows XP/Vista/7.
With the addition of the Cursor control, Total Access Components now offers 30 ActiveX controls. The cursor control lets you specify a custom graphic as the windows cursor when you want an alternative to the standard arrow or hourglass.
The Icon Menu Control makes it easy to add icon menus like the one used in Outlook. Several new features were added:
The Popup Menu control adds customized right-click context menus to your forms.
This control now supports Windows XP styles/themes, and allows customization of each menu itemís font, style, and color. You can even add your own icon for each item.
The Analog and Digital Clock control displays clocks in a variety of styles. These new features were added:
The Enhanced Button Control is a command button with a variety of text effects, bitmap, and toggle styles. This control includes a new option to display a Hyperlink Hand cursor when hovering over the button.
The Gauge Control displays information in a graphical format that is easy to understand.
This control now supports background images so you can provide your own picture for the dial.
The Marquee Control displays text scrolling left, up, right, or down. This control now supports word wrapping and Windows styles/themes.
The Text Effects Control displays rotated text with custom display styles.
This control now supports word wrapping, options for text location, and Windows XP styles/themes.
The Progress Meter Control provides visual feedback showing values relative to a range or % of completion. This control now supports Windows XP styles/themes, and allows larger values.
The Notes Control adds popup notes to your forms to simplify viewing and editing memo fields.
This control now supports Windows XP styles/themes and a variety of text locations.
The Timer Control is a non-visual control to add multiple timers to your form. Microsoft Access forms are limited to one timer event per form. This control supports larger interval values.
The Common Dialog Control lets you easily invoke Windows common dialogs from your application.
This control supports Windows XP and Vista system commands and options.
The help file feature of this control now supports Compressed HTML Help (*.CHM) files in addition to the traditional *.HLP help files.
The Clipboard Control lets you invoke the Windows Clipboard without using Windows API calls. This control is enhanced to support copying and pasting bitmaps, in addition to text.
Many other documentation and enhancements were made to improve performance and stability. To help you get started right away, the Sample database is redesigned to provide examples of every property, method, and event of each Total Access Components control. A new 158 page, professionally printed user manual is also available.
Total Access Components Pricing
for Microsoft Access
|Microsoft Access Version|
|Licenses||Price||2019/365, 2016, 2013 & 2010 (32 and 64-bit)
2007, 2003, 2002, 2000
|Single||$199||Buy Now||Buy Now|
|5-Seat||$599||Buy Now||Buy Now|
|Single||$119||Buy Now||Buy Now|
|5-Seat||$349||Buy Now||Buy Now|
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Also Available as part of:
Total Access Ultimate Suite
Royalty-free runtime distributions rights are included in the purchase price.
Add Total Access Components to your databases and distribute them to non-Total Access Components owners.
|Total Access Components is licensed on a per developer basis.
Each developer who inserts Total Access Components controls into applications must have a license.
Supports 32 and 64-bit versions of Microsoft Access 365/2019, 2016, 2013, 2010, 2007, 2003, 2002, and 2000!
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