Tabs are powerful and easy to use on Microsoft Access forms. A tab control contains pages (tabs) with each page identified by its PageIndex property starting with 0. The value determines the order of the tabs. However, if you reference the pages by number, your code may fail if the pages are reordered, new ones added or pages deleted.
See how you can avoid this problem and read about other tips for creating better and faster Access forms.
With the recent release of Total Access Detective for Access 2007, we're pleased to provide new versions for Microsoft Access 2003, 2002, and 2000 (versions 11.7, 10.7 and 9.7 respectively).
Version X.7 adds many new features including data comparison between two queries, enhanced data comparison options such are comparing two tables when field names are not identical (compare only identical field names or on field order), using the first field as the key field if no key field exists, skipping small numerical data differences, ignoring case differences between modules, improved support for ADP comparisons, etc. Existing customers can upgrade for a nominal fee.
Existing Total Access Detective customers under annual support contracts receive the upgrade for free.
Total Access Detective makes it easy to find differences between any two Microsoft Access databases or objects. Know exactly what changed with your properties, fields, indexes, controls, sections, macro lines, VBA module code, and data! Find new, deleted, and modified records. You can even merge data from two tables into a new one.
New features in Version 12 include support for Access 2007 and the new ACCDB database format with multi-value fields, data comparison between two queries, enhanced data comparison options, improved support for ADP comparisons, ignoring case between modules, a more modern user interface, and much more!
I participated on this panel at the Microsoft TechEd Conference to explore the different reasons and approaches for migrating applications to Microsoft SQL Server. In addition to moving the data to SQL Server, ideas are presented for transforming applications to offer additional features while maintaining budgets. (43 minutes)
At the Microsoft TechEd conference. Microsoft’s Mary Chipman conducted a one-on-one interview about the history of FMS and how we’ve survived the economic and technical cycles over our 23 years of existence. Learn more about FMS, our successes and challenges over the years and today. (28 minutes)
Here's the video from my panel discussion at the Microsoft TechEd Conference. Taped on May 11th at the Los Angeles Convention Center, hear me share my experiences at FMS with two fellow software consulting firm entrepreneurs. Learn from our efforts over the past two decades, the challenges we face, and how we've been successful. Entitled Let's Talk about Software Consulting as a Business, the video is 54 minutes.