Total Access Analyzer is the most popular Microsoft Access add-in of all time. Analyzing all the objects and code in your database, Total Access Analyzer generates detailed documentation and detects 300+ ways to fix, improve, and speed up your Access applications.
We have released free updates of Total Access Analyzer 2007 and 2010 to existing customers:
The updates include the following fixes and enhancements:
- Module Cross-Reference incorrectly listing procedures that didn’t exist when they existed
- Improved SQL query parsing to better cross-reference table and field names passed as function parameters
- For secure databases, document queries even when logged in without admin rights
- Support documenting library references of long DLL file names and paths
- Setup issues resolved for certain machines and motherboards
- For Microsoft Access 2010’s 64-bit version, support for Windows 8
Existing customers were already notified with download instructions.
On Monday September 8th at 6:30 PM, I’m the featured guest speaker for the Microsoft Access User Group in New York City.
Microsoft Corporation Headquarters
11 Times Square
8th Avenue and 41st Street (NE Corner)
Hosted at Microsoft’s offices, I’ll showcase some of our Microsoft Access products. I’ll also answer any questions about my experiences with technology, media, and business.
Join me at this free event. More details to follow. Link to other Upcoming Events.
Total Access Statistics is the most advanced data analysis program for Microsoft Access. It extends the power of Microsoft Access queries with a wide range of statistical calculations including percentiles, frequency distributions, correlations, regressions, rankings, running totals, financial cash flow analysis, data normalization, crosstabs with Chi-Square, t-Tests, ANOVA, non-parametrics, probabilities, and more.
Total Access Statistics is now available for Microsoft Access 2013. Total Access Statistics 2013 includes many enhancements since the prior release of Total Access Statistics 2010:
- Support for the 32 and 64 bit versions of Access 2013 with separate add-ins for each
- New redistributable runtime libraries to support Access 2013, 2010, 2007, and 2003
- Support for Windows 8 (and all Windows versions supported by Access)
- Improved performance when analyzing large data sets
- For Percentiles, when assigning percentile values to a field in your table, you can specify calculations such as quartiles, quintiles, octiles, deciles, etc. rather than just percentile
- Field format is set to Percent for percentage fields in the Frequency, Crosstab (when percentages are in columns), and Chi-Square details tables
- When tables are generated from the add-in, the field column widths are resized to show the entire field name and data
- Updated user manual and help file
Here’s a complete list of new features. For more information visit these resources: