A few weeks ago I mentioned that Karl Donaubauer was trying to gauge whether there was enough interest, for him to host an english speaking version of his very popular german speaking Access conference. And thankfully enough people signed up,

As per usual, I was working in my database and had modified a form and module, as well as removed a module I no longer needed. I accidentally hid MZ tools “add Line numbers” function, which proceeded to add line

Karl Donaubauer, who has been an Access MVP for 19 consecutive years, and have organized dozens of german conferences in both Access and .Net have decided to try to gather momentum for an english speaking conference in Vienna this spring,

I gotta say, WOW. I don’t think I ever imagined something like this would happen. Microsoft published an official tutorial series on what you can do with Access, and how to proceed with getting started on our favorite tool. I

I must say, I am certainly detecting a change in direction from the Access team. It feels like Access is finally being recognized as being part of the office suite. We might not have many bullet points to show yet,

If you have been keeping up with the history of Access you know that its been a special kind of ride. Access has some fantastic features, that were present already from the first versions of Access, which have only recently

A great presenter and extremely knowledgeable Access MVP Tom van Stiphout will be hosting a webinar on how to find and trash bugs in your VBA code.   Click the image below for more details, and sign up for the

A couple of days ago I posted about ways to get an email hyperlink to activate your access database and navigate to a specific record. It was a bit cumbersome because it had to use both batch files and vbs

Email hyperlink/Deep Link to Access record Literally for ages, I’ve wanted to ability to email a link to users, that would take them to a specific record within my access application. For quite a while I’ve been sending out Monday

I’ve been playing with adding a report as a subform. As far as I know, that means the report is displayed in report view. That means no format event, and there are several other events that don’t fire either. The

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