Congratulations to our friends and Microsoft MVPs, Arvin Meyer and Douglas Steele who recently published Microsoft Access Solutions: Tip, Tricks and Secrets from Microsoft Access MVPs. Filled with quick ways to improve your productivity, it’s available at bookstores and Amazon.com.
Even better, we are pleased to offer a limited quantity of this book for FREE (a $50 value). Thanks to a special arrangement with the authors and their publisher, Wiley, purchasers of any of our Access product suites can receive a complimentary copy of this book.
If you’ve ever wondered how Total Access Emailer could work for you, now is your chance to download a fully-functional version which includes the add-in and the VBA runtime library.
Total Access Emailer is the most popular Microsoft Access email program. Running as an add-in, it lets you easily send personalized emails using the information in your database. From using fields in the subject and body of the message, to attaching PDF reports filtered for each recipient, you’ll find that Total Access Emailer revolutionizes the way you communicate with your contacts. Any table or query can be the data source for your emails which can be in text or HTML format. We can even automatically include graphics in your HTML emails or let them reference a public site.
We are very pleased to offer a Free Preview of Total Access Emailer for Access 2010 (the preview version has expired and the Microsoft Access 2010 version is shipping). Enhancements include support for Access 2010, 32 and 64 bit, compressing all your attached files into one zip file with optional password, international extended character support, a new Code Generator, additional programmatic interfaces, and many more new features.
FMS President Luke Chung will be attending and speaking at the three day Microsoft Access conference sponsored by the Portland Oregon Access User Group. Join him and other guest speakers including Alison Balter from InfoTech Services Group Inc., Armen Stein from J Street Technology, and Kevin Bell from Microsoft.
Luke will be speaking on the following topics:
FMS Products for Microsoft Access Developers and How they Make You Money
FMS President Luke Chung will be the guest presenter at the April 5th meeting of the Denver Access User Group. He'll be discussing Microsoft Access 2010, FMS products for Microsoft Access, and all things Access. See you there!
DAAUG Meeting April 5, 2011 from 6 to 9PM
Microsoft USA – Rocky Mountain District
7595 Technology Way
Suite 400 (4th Floor)
Denver, CO 80237