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Need a quick tutorial on Access 2013? Here's your chance. You'll learn how to create your first database in no time. First, we'll go over the two kinds of databases you can create: browser-based Access apps and desktop databases. Then we'll show you how easy it is to download a template--a readymade database with all the parts in place.
Watch the trailer or click "Read more" below to watch the full webinar.
You just fill it out and you're good to go. From there, we'll step you through the basic parts of a database: tables, queries, reports, forms and macros.
What you will learn at Tuesday's webinar
If you can’t make it to Access Day in Seattle on November 21, why not attend the UK Access User Group 2013 National Seminar at the Microsoft Thames Valley Park in Reading? The UK Access User Group conference is presented by and for Access enthusiasts, and the fall 2013 seminar features 5 sessions on a variety of topics. Read on to register and learn more.
Join us Thursday, November 21 for a 1-day Microsoft Access conference in Bellevue, WA. Armen Stein, long-time Access MVP and president of J Street Technology, is organizing Access Day, which features internationally-respected presenters, including Access MVPs, book authors, and members of the Access development team at Microsoft. Sessions will offer a mix of Access client techniques and new Access web app development using SharePoint and SQL Azure. Read on to register and learn more.
What are the top 3 updates you'd like to see in Access web apps? We have our own list, but we'd love to see yours--we rely on your feedback to continually improve Access. Complete our short survey or tell us your top 3 wish list items for Access web apps in the comments.
The Access team is pleased to announce a new Cascading Controls feature available for users using Access web apps for SharePoint on Office 365! Read on to learn more about this new feature work.
The Access team is pleased to announce that the Access 2013 Runtime is now available for download for our customers! The Access 2013 Runtime is available in 38 languages. Read on to learn more and download now.
McKinstry, a builder and manager of energy-efficient commercial buildings, needed an efficient and accurate way to track tools. Microsoft worked with the company to create an app using Access 2013 (and hosted on Office 365) showing current location, availability, usage history, and storage locations. A barcode scanner sends keystrokes through a USB connection, and Access uses built-in search to instantly identify the tool based on the code in the record for that tool. A data macro checks out the tool and adds a record to the checkout history with a simple button click. Read on to learn more about this productivity improvement and cost savings and see a video of the tool tracking Access app in action.
Join us in Denver on Tuesday, July 2 to learn how Access 2013 web apps allow you to quickly create a database in Office 365 and on Thursday, July 11 to see how easy it is to create, share, and collaborate with Access 2013 in an IT managed environment.
Join us in New Orleans for Microsoft TechEd North America June 3-6 and in Madrid, Spain for Microsoft TechEd Europe June 25-28. Scott McFadden and Jeff Conrad from the Microsoft Access product team will present on the new Access web app features available in Microsoft Access 2013 at this year's event in New Orleans. Harrison Shapley and Kevin Nickel from the Microsoft Access product team will share a similar presentation at the TechEd event in Madrid.
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.
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