Monthly Archives: November 2009

Excel Training Day

Yesterday I did a full-day training session in Excel 2003 at a local Auto-Parts manufacturer (yes there are a few left) and despite not much enthusiasm on my part going in, it turned out to be a satisfying and inspiring event for … Continue reading

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Performance Over A VPN Is Very Good in Access 2010 Hybrid App

I finally got my hands on a copy of Access 2010 that I could install locally (as opposed to thru Terminal Services) and duly installed it in a Windows 7 VM.  I promptly Published an application that I have used … Continue reading

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Access 2010 And SharePoint – Welcome To The Hybrid Access Application

Now that we can talk about all the features in Access 2010 I think I have to place my marker immediately on what I believe is the BIG story in this release. For the past 3 or so years I … Continue reading

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Gemini Is Now PowerPivot

The Gemini code-name for Microsoft’s new BI add-in for Excel and SharePoint has now been officially named “PowerPivot” !! I just had a great chat with Rob Collie of the PowerPivot team about this product and I must admit that … Continue reading

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Dos Cervesas Por Favor

I am now back from two weeks of roaming around Europe with my Wife.  We are in love with both Amsterdam and the Costa del Sol.  I have never returned from a vacation more fired up to get back at … Continue reading

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