Ask the Access community

Professionals sharing ideas in a group

You can tap the collective wisdom of other Access users by posing questions in discussion groups, reading Access blogs, or using any of the other community resources mentioned in this article.

For example, you can use discussion groups to access an online group of experienced Access users, including Access Most Valuable Professionals (MVPs), who willingly share their time to answer questions and to provide solutions, tips, and expertise.

Visit the following sites to learn, share, and contribute:

 

Naresh Nichani, Access MVP
"I've been using the Access newsgroups for over four years. I initially started using Access to develop database solutions for my clients and found the form and report design so intuitive that I got hooked to it. When I needed help I would either buy a book or search the Web. After a while I started asking questions on the newsgroups and found some very valuable tips and information. I then started contributing to the newsgroups as well and found it helped me to understand Access a whole lot better. I'm now able to provide solutions to user problems, troubleshoot numerous issues, and learn from users as they in turn provide suggestions to others. The newsgroup community has proven to be an invaluable asset in putting me in touch with other Access experts."

— Naresh Nichani, Access MVP

 
 
Applies to:
Access 2007, Access 2003