Tag Archives: Microsoft Access 2010

The Perfect Storm

For years I have been arguing that the combination of Excel and Access is the strongest “story” in Microsoft Office – and the most ignored.  I have used these two products together and separately to deliver solution after solution that … Continue reading

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Making Access Forms More Screen Responsive

I am unfortunately one those developers with a policy of “If it ain’t broke don’t fix it.”  Sometimes that’s a good thing but other times that can be a limiter on personal growth. I mean this in the context of … Continue reading

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Access Dev Kitchen

A few weeks ago there was a public call for attendees for the Access Dev Kitchen in Redmond where selected individuals would be allowed to see the early “bits” of the next version of Access (15) and where they could … Continue reading

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What Does The Lack Of Microsoft Office Seminars Mean ?

I just bumped into the SharePoint Conference 2011  on the Internet today ( http://www.mssharepointconference.com/Pages/default.aspx ).  I remember not too long ago that this conference was the Office Developer Conference (maybe 2 years back) and now I see not one reference … Continue reading

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Observations On A New Bathroom

We had a flood in my house when I was in Europe last month..  Apparently the toilet overflowed in the upstairs bathroom when my grown son was here alone (apparently :-)) and it destroyed the upstairs bathroom, the hall (which … Continue reading

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Off-Shoring

The few people who come here must be thinking “What kind of burr does Dick have up his <butt> ??”  And they’d be right to wonder. One of the other things that has happened to me recently was a request … Continue reading

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Microsoft Access vs Microsoft LightSwitch – Huh?

I have just installed and created my first form using the Microsoft LightSwitch Beta.  I first heard about this product about 3 years ago at a Conference and actually was called by someone on the project early to get my … Continue reading

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