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The Power Tips feature of this blog has been underway for about a year now, and we'd like to take this opportunity to say a big thank you to those of you who have sent in tips. However… lately our queue of posts has emptied out, so especially if you've never done it before, now is the time to become a guest blogger and submit your tip. We depend on the blog community to keep the feature going.
A Power Tip can be a code sample, some SQL, an expression, a series of property settings, or some other Access trick that you have learned along the way, and that you think might be useful to others. Now that many of you have Access 2010 in your hands, you can be among the first to submit Power Tips for some of the new features!
Power Tips are compiled and posted by Chris Downs and Mike Stowe, Access writers for Office Online and MSDN, respectively. Just send your tips to us at email@example.com. We’ll do some minimal editing and post it to the blog, and of course we'll give you whatever attribution you prefer. As always, screen shots and video demos are welcome and encouraged.
Thanks again, and hope to hear from you soon!
Chris & Mike
I'm still looking for a technical solution to the problem of when I move my ACCDB file to another system (workstation to laptop) the commands on the start menu do not work. Is there a recompile or some command I need to do to reset pointers?