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Microsoft Access 2010 : Report Properties and Why to Use Them, Basing Reports on Stored Queries or Embedded SQL Statements
ou can modify many different properties on reportsto change how the report looks and performs. Like form properties,report properties are divided into categories: Format, Data, Event, andOther
Microsoft Access 2010 : Working with Sorting and Grouping (part 2) - Sorting and Grouping Settings
Each grouping in a report has settings that define the group’s attributes. The settings determine things such as whether the field or expression is used for sorting, grouping, or both.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Working with Sorting and Grouping (part 1) - Add Sorting and Grouping to a Report
Unlike sorting data within a form, sorting data within a report isn’t determined by the underlying query. In fact, the underlying query affects the report’s sort order only when you have not specified a sort order for the report.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Building Reports Based on More Than One Table (part 3) - Working with Subreports
When you add a subreport to a report, it’s important to understand what properties the SubReport Wizard sets so that you can modify the SubForm/SubReport control, if needed
Microsoft Access 2010 : Building Reports Based on More Than One Table (part 2) - Build a One-to-Many Report by Using the Report Wizard
A popular method of building a one-to-many report is from a one-to-many query. A one-to-many report built in this way is constructed as though it were based on the data within a single table. First, you build the query that will underlie the report
Microsoft Access 2010 : Building Reports Based on More Than One Table (part 1) - Build a One-to-Many Report by Using the Report Wizard
The report created in this example is shown in Figure 6. Notice that the report is sorted and grouped by Shippers Company, OrderDate, and Customers Company. The report’s data is in order by OrderDate and Customers Company within a Shippers Company grouping.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Building Powerful Reports - Control Properties and Why to Use Them (part 2) - The Data Properties of a Control
The Data properties of a control (see Figure 8), described in the following list, specify information about the data underlying a particular report control.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Building Powerful Reports - Control Properties and Why to Use Them (part 1) - The Format Properties of a Control
The Format properties of a control allow you to customize the appearance of the control. Using the Format properties, you can modify control attributes such as the back color, font, special effect, and text alignment of the control.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Building Powerful Reports - The Anatomy of a Report
The Detail section is the main section of the report; it’s used to display the detailed data of the table or query underlying the report. Certain reports, such as Summary reports, have nothing in the Detail section. Instead, Summary reports contain data in group headers and footers.
Integrating SharePoint 2013 with the Office Applications (part 7) - Microsoft Access - Access Services
SharePoint includes a managed service application for Access—Access Services. With Access Services, users can do much more than just host an Access file in a document library, or link lists with Access tables.
Integrating SharePoint 2013 with the Office Applications (part 6) - Microsoft Access
Microsoft Access is a small file-based Relational Database Management System (RDBMS). Microsoft Access is less powerful than, and does not scale for performance and enterprise use like, SQL Server, but it is portable and ideal for manipulation of small chunks of data in relational form.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Enhancing the Queries That You Build - Ordering Query Results, Refining a Query by Using Criteria
When you run a new query, the query output appears in no particular order. Generally, however, you want to order query output. You can do this by using the Sort row of the query design grid.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Enhancing the Queries That You Build - Everything You Need to Know About Query Basics
Creating a basic query is easy because Microsoft has provided a user-friendly, drag-and-drop interface. To start a new query, select Query Design from the Other group of the Create tab of the Ribbon; the Show Table dialog appears.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Viewing the Design of a Report
AutoReports are limiting because they create such generic reports. But once you create such a rather-dull, generic report the easy way using the AutoReport feature, you then can begin to make modifications using the Design view.
Microsoft Access 2010 : The AutoReport Feature and the Report Wizard
To help you create reports, Access provides the Report Wizard. The Report Wizard asks questions about the report and then creates the report based on your answers.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Using Reports to Print Information - Printing a Report
Before you print your report, you can change the report margins, orientation, paper size, and several other important options. You accomplish this using the Page Setup feature.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Using Reports to Print Information - Opening and Viewing a Report
Microsoft Access provides an excellent means of working with existing reports. You can either send a report directly to the printer or you can first preview a report that you want to work with.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Creating Relationships Between Tables
It is possible to add a table more than once: make sure you click the name of the table you want to add! Nothing bad happens, but you won’t have added the tables you want to work with.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Relationships Explained, Enforcing Referential Integrity
When you create a relationship between two tables, you need to make sure that data in the two tables remains consistent. If you no longer order from a supplier, you would want all products from that supplier deleted from the Products table when you delete the supplier’s data from the Suppliers table. Enforcing referential integrity lets you do that.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Getting Data from Other Access 2010 Tables
Many times you find that data from another database would be nice to have in the database you’re working on. You can bring tables (or other objects) into your database using the controls on the External Data tab.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Creating a New Table Using Application Parts, Setting a Primary Key
Access 2010 enables you to create databases and fields using templates. One new capability in Access 2010, Application Parts, enables you to create a table and several related forms, queries, and reports that display and summarize the data from that table.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Creating a New Table by Typing, Creating a New Table Using a Template
When you create a field by typing, Access 2010 defines the table’s first field as a sequentially numbered field named ID, which serves as the table’s primary key field. It’s a good idea to leave the field in the table, but you should rename it to something more descriptive so you can identify it if you use it as a foreign key.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Creating Databases Using Database Templates, Creating a New Table in Design View
Creating a database table that doesn’t include a primary key field makes it difficult to get data out of your table by using queries and in relationships with other tables. You should always have a primary key field in every table you create.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Finding the Largest and Smallest Values in a Field by Using a Query
When you create a query, you can have Access display a set number of the highest and lowest values in the query’s results. You can also have Access display rows that contain the top or bottom values by asking Access to display a certain percentage of rows in the query’s results.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Creating Queries - Creating a Crosstab Query
The basic means of storing and presenting data in Access is the table, which is essentially a list of information about a group of "things" (such as customer orders) related to a single primary key value.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Creating Queries - Writing Query Results to a New Table, Creating an Update Query
When you run a query, Access writes the records the query finds into a dynaset, or dynamic record set. While Access remembers the results of queries you run, the results aren’t actually written to a table, limiting what you can do with the data.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Creating Queries - Finding Unmatched Records
When two tables are in a one-to-many relationship, you can create a Find Unmatched Records query to identify any records in the table on the "one" side that have no corresponding records in the table on the "many" side.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Creating Queries - Finding Duplicate Records
If all orders for a month are recorded in the same table, you could create a Find Duplicates query to locate CustomerID values that occur more than once in the table.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Using Queries to Calculate Values & Creating a Parameter Query
To select fields from other tables for use in a calculation, double-click the Tables icon in the left pane of the Expression Builder, double-click the table with the target field, and then double-click the field name in the center pane.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Using Criteria to Focus Query Results & Introducing Operators
It’s unlikely that you’ll want your query to find every record in a table—if you did, you could just open the table and not bother with the query! To limit the records a query locates, such as finding customers only in Germany, you can add criteria to the fields in the Query design grid.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Editing a Query in Design View
After you create a query, you can modify it by opening it in Design view. In Design view, you can add a table to the Query design area, add or remove query fields, or even add every field from a table in one step.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Copying to and from Other Office Programs
To paste an entire table from one Access database to another, open both databases, copy the table from the source database to the Clipboard, and then paste it in the destination database.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Exporting Information (part 2) - Exporting to XML Files
In this exercise, you’ll export an Access table to another Access database and to an Excel workbook. Then you’ll export the table as both a formatted and an unformatted text file.
Microsoft Access 2010 : Exporting Information (part 1)
You can export Access database objects in all the file formats from which you can import data. You can also export information as Portable Document Format (PDF) and XML Paper Specification (XPS) files.
Windows Server 2012 : Administering Active Directory using Windows PowerShell (part 1) - Managing user accounts with Windows PowerShell
Creating and managing user accounts is a common Active Directory administration task. Windows PowerShell provides considerable flexibility in how this can be done on the Windows Server 2012 platform.
Integrating SharePoint 2013 with the Office Applications (part 1) - Microsoft Word - Writing Blog Posts
Microsoft Word includes a template to author blog posts. Microsoft Word works with many blogging engines, not just SharePoint.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 : Mailbox management - Managing Recipients - Exporting EAC information to CSV files
An email server such as Exchange deals with huge differences in terms of object numbers. The largest Exchange organizations running outside Office 365 have over half a million mail-enabled objects.
Microsoft Systems Management Server 2003 : Queries (part 1) - Query Elements
SMS provides several object types for generating queries. An object type has specific attribute classes that describe it. For example, the System Resource object type is defined by its memory, environment, logical disk, processor, and network attribute classes, among other elements.
Developing with SharePoint 2010 (part 3) - Server Object Model
Many years ago, back when software shipped with printed manuals, I occasionally dabbled in a bit of development with Microsoft Access 2.0.
Adobe Flash Catalyst CS5 : Connecting Your Project to Live Data - Setting Up a Local Testing Server
A local testing server is a Web server installed on your personal computer that you can use to simulate live connections with the database. While there are quite a few steps involved with downloading, installing and configuring the server, the process is fairly simple and will enable you to test your pages and further develop your applications as needed.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Enhancing Diagrams by Adding Hyperlinks & Using Hyperlinks
Many business diagrams can be enhanced by adding hyperlinks. For example, if a step in your flowchart refers to a policy manual, add a link to the associated Word document or PDF.
Collaborating on Databases : Exploring Web-Based Databases
In the desktop computing world, the leading database program today is Microsoft Access. In larger enterprises, you’re likely to encounter more sophisticated software from Microsoft, Oracle, and other companies.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Linking Diagrams to External Data
Prior to Visio 2007, it was possible to link Visio shapes to external data, but it was rather cryptic, somewhat confusing, and the procedures often required programming or at least some technical knowledge.
Consuming SQL Azure Data : Introduction to Business Connectivity Services
One of the key requests from many companies is to surface data within Microsoft SharePoint. Because SharePoint is used by many different types of people in an organization, it is a great place to surface line-of-business (LOB) data, the data that drives the daily operations of a company.
Microsoft Visio 2010 : Using the Organization Chart Wizard with Existing Data
The primary reason to store data in org chart shapes is to allow you to run reports or use the data in other ways without the need to revert to your original data source.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Security : Disabling Services and Protocol Logging
Exchange Server 2003 comprises a number of processes, components, and services that communicate with each other on local and remote computers. Exchange servers must communicate with other Exchange servers, domain controllers, and several different types of client
 
 
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