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Access 2013 web apps are great for collaborating around a common set of data. When people work together in this way, the changes that one person makes to the data often require the attention of someone else. In this article, we'll describe a technique to build e-mail notifications into your Access 2013 web app using the power of SQL Server and a third-party service called Zapier. You can use this technique in your apps to make sure that the right people are informed when your shared data changes.
With the enhancements to Excel Services as part of the new Office, we now support query table refresh. Workbooks with query tables now can be seamlessly refreshed on the go from any browser! No need to convert your query table to a pivot table or download a workbook to desktop Excel client to refresh your query table. In other words, broad sharing of workbooks throughout an organization just got easier.
In this week's webinar you’ll learn about nifty tips and timesavers from Microsoft MVPs. These “Most Valuable Professionals” share their real-world technical expertise with the community. We have a few tips and may even have a few stop on by to chat as we broadcast from their annual summit in Redmond, Washington.
This webinar was recorded at the MVP Summit in Redmond, where we spotlighted customers’ favorite new features in Office 365 Home Premium and engaged in a live Q&A about Office 365.
What you will learn at Monday’s webinar:
The Texas Department of Information Resources is adopting Office 365 for more than 100,000 employees in the largest state-wide deployment of email and collaboration services in the U.S.
Join us at our Virtual Launch Event on Wednesday, Feb. 27, as we celebrate the availability of a major new release coming to Office 365 for businesses. If you are exploring cloud offerings, you do not want to miss this event with executives, demos, real world stories from our customers about their move to the cloud, and a live chat with Q&A. Register now!
Repeatedly entering the same information in document after document, over and over...there has to be a quicker way, right? Word macros can save you time (and potentially, some sanity) by automating repetitive tasks. Read on to learn how.
Two weeks ago we released Office 365 Home Premium. For the first time, you can subscribe to Office as a service instead of installing it on your computer, while still receiving all the full-featured Office applications you know and love, together with impressive new cloud features and social benefits built in. If you have just six minutes to spare, you can get acquainted with the new Office by watching five quick videos.
How do college and university students manage a whirlwind of classes, assignments, group projects, and lab work? Devin Pastoor, today's guest blogger and University of Maryland grad student, shares how he keeps organized, stays productive, and ultimately remains ahead of the curve with Office 365 University.
"It's mine!" "No, it's mine!" Parents have heard this this battle cry more than a few times. However, there will be no bickering over your new Office subscription. With Office 365 Home Premium you can put Office on up to five PCs and Macs and have multiple people use those computers, each with their own documents and settings.