Register now: UK Access User Group National Seminar May 20

UK Access User GroupJoin us Tuesday, May 20 for the UK Access User Group Spring 2014 National Seminar at the Easthampstead Park Conference Centre. This 1-day seminar will include 5 sessions presented by Steve Girling from Dentons Directories, Access MVP Karl Donaubauer, and US Access team members Kevin Bell and Kevin Nickel.

A Few of My Favourite Things
Presenter: Steve Girling, Dentons Directories
Steve will show some real world examples from recent Access projects, including postcode lookup, Google integration, pdf files and text messages.

Improvements to Access 2013 Web Apps
Presenter: Kevin Bell, Microsoft USA
It’s been just over a year since Access Services 2013 has been publicly available on Office 365. In that time, the Access team has been making the service more robust. In this session, we will walk through some of the subtle and not-so-subtle changes that have been deployed, plus one special change coming soon.

New in Access 2013 Web Apps
Presenter: Kevin Nickel, Microsoft USA
Ever wish email could do more for you or a calendar appointment could be more dynamic? When you’re building a database or creating a spreadsheet, is there something that could help you to present data in a different way? Now you can build an app for these tasks–and many more–using Apps for Office and then make them available for sale in the Office online store.

Presence and Future of Access
Presenter: Karl Donaubauer
Karl will facilitate a discussion session to look at how we build Access applications, the day-to-day issues that arise and how we can resolve them.

A State-of-the-art Development Environment for VBA
Presenter: Karl Donaubauer
After 15 years without any changes and modernizations, the VBA editor is outdated and lacks a lot of features of modern editors like Visual Studio. Karl will show a great tool called vbeTwister tool that catches up at least 10 of the 15 years–prepare to be amazed!

Book your spot now for the spring 2014 National Seminar, and visit the UK Access User Group site for full seminar details.