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Customer case study: Moving from Excel to Access
Article Sometimes a business solution is created by using Excel when Access is more appropriate. Or, perhaps Excel was originally a good idea, but the data has outgrown...
Access 2007, Access 2003
Top 10 reasons to use Access with Excel
Article When using the Office family of products, should you use Excel or should you use Access to manage your tabular data? A companion article, Using Access or Excel ...
Access 2007, Excel 2007
Use a table or query as a mail-merge data source
Article You can create a mail merge operation by using the Microsoft Word Mail Merge Wizard. This wizard is also available from Microsoft Office Access 2007 , and lets...
Access 2007
Manage Data Tasks
Article Use this dialog box to view and manage the import and export operations (also known as specifications) that you have created for the current database. When you ...
Access 2007
Administer ODBC data sources
Article Open Database Connectivity (ODBC) is a protocol that you can use to connect a Microsoft Access database to an external data source such as Microsoft SQL Server....
Access 2007
Run a saved import or export operation
Article When you run an import wizard or export wizard in Microsoft Office Access 2007 , you can save the settings you used as a specification so that you can repeat t...
Access 2007
Save the details of an import or export operation as a specification
Article When you run an import wizard or export wizard in Microsoft Office Access 2007 , you can save the settings you used as a specification so that you can repeat t...
Access 2007
Schedule an import or export operation
Article You can streamline an import and export operation you regularly use in Microsoft Office Access 2007 by creating a specification for it and then creating a tas...
Access 2007
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