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Jeff Conrad, our resident “Access Junkie” on the test team, has updated his website to include lots of information concerning Access 2010 and Access Services. He has added new MSDN article links, Access blog links, Access online forum links, and a new Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page on Access 2010.
You can find Jeff’s website at the following location: http://www.AccessJunkie.com
Jeff’s new Access 2010 FAQ page has answers to over 70 common questions concerning Access 2010. Many of these FAQ pages include screenshots and helpful tips to help guide you through issues you might be encountering with Access 2010 and Access Services.
You can find Jeff’s new FAQ page on Access 2010 topics at the following location: http://www.AccessJunkie.com/faq2010.aspx
Excellent work here by Jeff. His Access 2010 FAQ has answered all the queries I had on new features.
Geat job. Nery informative. I will be recommending it to others.
Great work, as always, Jeff! What would Access users do without you? ;)
Hey JEFF!! I love the ribbon, the new 2010 has a new tab called FILE
Is there anyway to customize IT (like ribbon customize) Windows 7 has a new PIN to toolbar, and pin to taskbar, GREAT TOOL
Everytime i try to pin our access apps, is only access that get pinned, not our apps . . . Is there anyway to make the access 2010 and windows 7 pin our apps. Edwin Blancovitch, President
@Tony, Boyd, and Fred
Thanks for the nice comments. @Edwin
Just for you Edwin:
Oh, I was hoping the tips would include something on getting a plain report in Access 2010, equivalent to choosing None for style in Access 2007. I hope I'm missing something easy. I want plain black text (no color, no grayscale), black lines, no colored background anywhere, and no boxes around data. It looks like all the built-in themes use all those things. What am I missing?
Hey JEFF.. 2 things 1) About backstage view I will experiment . . soon thanks . .
2) About the pin to start menu and taskbar, i discovered my self after i remembered how it was done in access 97, your FAQ still needs one step further. . . For those of us that use the runtime. . your solution will not work. I don't know why access brings a messagebox and close the app, i think it should just behave like the runtime .. But anyway . .if we use the runtime and use your solution (to add the access path to the shortcut and then the path to our application) it will bring a message box that says that we need to add a runtime switch. So here is the one step further i'm talking about. "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office14\MSACCESS.EXE" "C:\Microsoft Press\Access 2010 Inside Out\BOSS.accdb" /runtime The /Runtime switch will do the trick, now we have the access to the feature pin to start menu or pin to taskbar even with the runtime. Anyway, it was a great post. Thanks JEff. Edwin Blancovitch