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If your job includes IT-related tasks, such as deploying shared databases or administering servers, you might be interested in chiming in on this post from the Office IT Pro Blog. In short, they're looking for your ideas on what kinds of documentation IT people need for Access 2010. It's a great opportunity to contribute your ideas for the next round of Access 2010 IT Pro documentation.
While you're there, check out the list of online resources for Access—there might be a link or two that you haven't discovered yet!
I just wish that you guys would keep on increasing the power of ADP. I just hate Access / Jet.. because it isn't reliable. Access forms are great.. but I can't use them if they cause data loss
I would rather see more effort put into fixing new and old bugs as well as productivity killers that have been added to newer versions of Access.
I need a document on how I am suppose to construct a intermediary file for my users so they can tie in a webservice into their database. Or you guys could just build it so it works without this file in the next version.