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Making History

Doug Den Hoed

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Article

 

Doug Den Hoed is back with another new technology invention. This time, he introduces his technique to capture multiple on-

 

demand 'history time slices' of an application, allowing you to instantly flip back in time and view data from 'back then.' Doug exp

 

Toys, Changes, Skills

Peter Vogel

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Editorial

 

I love tools (read: toys). They make me more productive, increase the quality of the work that I do, and let me play with my

 

computer. A complete win. The only problem with tools is upgrading enough to use them. I’m fighting with that now.

 

 

 

Resize-Recalc

Doug Den Hoed

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Article

 

So how much of a wizard are you? In 'Stump the Expert,' we’ll describe an Access bug but omit the solution. Adventurous

 

readers are invited to download a working example of the bug and try to solve it. When you give up,

 

 

 

An Access Data Project: Designing the App

Martin Reid

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Article

 

Martin Reid takes you further into the world of Access Data Projects and SQL Server. Using a simple application, Martin shows

 

you how to leverage the Access skills that you already hold to get a SQL Server database up and running. And nothing takes

 

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SPEED Ferret 4.0

Danny J. Lesandrini

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Review

 

What’s in your toolbox? There was a time, not that long ago, when the only third-party tool Danny Lesandrini used on a regular

 

basis was SPEED Ferret 3.0, a well-known global search-and-replace add-in for Access 97. Over the years, he’s picked up a few

 

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FMS Total Access Speller 2002

Danny J. Lesandrini

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Review

 

You only get one chance to make a good first impression. What first impression do your Microsoft Access applications give? No

 

matter how clever your code, when a client sees misspelled words on forms and reports, your user interface screams, 'Loser!'

 

Spell-checking object properties in Access can be an error-prone manual process, unless you're using Total Access Speller 2002 from FMS. Danny Lesandrini takes it for a test drive.

 

AutoLookup and Format in Many Forms

Peter Vogel

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Access Answers

 

Peter Vogel takes a look at a problem with Access Data Projects in Access 2002 and Formats

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