Access Database Tutorial website that will show you how to use Microsoft Access Database by learning and managing this powerful application using the most effective techniques and tools available for visitors with very little or no knowledge to get you up and running without the need to learn all the geek’ speak keeping it Jargon free that most trainers and consultants like to impress you with!
This website is about learning to build an Access database using the most effective techniques and tools available with very little or no knowledge and get you up and running without the need to learn all the geek’ speak that most trainers and consultants like to impress you with!
This website contains blog posts, products and general tips to help users find out all about Microsoft Access latest news and articles I feel worth mentioning and recommendations of videos and books on the subject.
I created this website as I have found many people struggle to understand the purpose and the benefits of having a database for all types of tasks which we all take for granted in our busy daily lives.
Many users inherit Access databases and are responsible for the upkeep and maintenance required but do not know enough about the applications design and tools it provides.
Having trained many, many thousands of delegates on this topic, the common thread is Where do I go from here? and at this point the training has ended. For me however, it’s the only beginning and I want to help you move onto the next step as smoothly as possible with resources like this website.
Using a user-friendly and controlled environment without exposing the behind the scenes of Microsoft Access (Tables, Queries and Forms) will protect and maintain multi-user activities when managing the data (recordsets) which means the editing of the data is monitored and can even be hidden from the end-user too.
Unless you have spent the time planning, building and testing your Access database typically using Access Forms, then you are leaving end-users to fend for themselves which means they have direct access to the data and possible misuse and more importantly there are no arguments of who, what and when data was altered.Ask any professional Microsoft Access developer and you will find that unless they have built and provided Access interfaces (i.e. Form User Interfaces UI) then users will use the backroom of the data, accessing the raw values and causing mayhem.
Fortunately for me (and now for you), I have built a too,l for you and all you need to do is add the objects and optionally tweak the system to taste. I have built some standard and customisable Access Forms for you which can be re-designed and re-coded to your exact specification 95% of the work is already done for you.