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At 25:10 in the video you see Tim using the macConvertPivotChartToModernChart macro. Where can I get such macro?
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Sasha, the Safeway/Albertson situation is definitely one that needs attention. Before discussing what to do with all of those databases, first tell us how and why this happened. How many departments and people contributed to this situation? Which third-party programs are integrated with Access? I am...
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Microsoft Access is a natural extension from Excel and gives the business user the ability to develop quick work-group solutions at low cost. It's basically free and already installed on many corporate computers so it's accessible by business thought leaders. There will always be these types of busi...
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For reference, by "effective data normalization / optimization / compression", specifically I am referring to some basic design principals and tips, including: using value list/lookup tables (vs. text fields directly in most tables) (as the built in Analyze Performance/Table wizards can help users t...
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Even professional SQL Server developers frequently use Microsoft Access for rapid database prototyping, before easily "upscaling" to SQL Server (via SSMA, PowerAccess2SQL, or similar too), as well as even long-term (as a front-end with Forms, Reports, Ad-hoc User-Editable Queries, Import/Export Save...
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