“Your truly independent guide to Access 2013”
Never mind all the Microsoft hype and vague promises – Helen Feddema has dug deep into Access 2013 to see how it really works.
The new Web Apps get a full and close examination. Web Apps are the default and preferred option in Access 2013 despite being relatively new and needing special server support.
Traditional Desktop Apps are possible with Access 2013, though you’d be forgiven for thinking they are dropped from Microsoft’s marketing silence.
How to link Web app tables to a traditional desktop database.
Access 2013 has both macros and VBA. Helen explains which one to use while Andy Tabisz adds his “Top 10 recommendations for thinking in macro logic instead of VBA”.
Wanna spend more money on Access and Office? You can do that quite easily. Go ahead, no problem.
Check out the 32 page guide to buying Access 2013 (separate or with Office). We’ll explain the ‘ins and outs’ of getting Access 2013 for individuals and organizations.
Get the Office suite or Access 2013 standalone with a cheaper Office 2013 bundle?
Volume Licensing revealed! Confused by Microsoft’s volume licensing … join the club. Check out our special guide Microsoft’s special purchasing scheme. How it can work for individuals and organizations. The spending traps for the unwary.
How to buy 1 or 2 items with a volume license, bypassing Microsoft’s five item minimum.
The big question for Office 2013. Do you rent Office 2013 (Microsoft calls it a subscription) each year or buy outright?
Microsoft loves to tell you what’s new and improved, Access 2013: the real startup guide warns you what’s missing and not good in Access 2013. Fair warning of software omissions saves you a lot of time and hassles.
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