In case you missed it – Roger Jennings, author of Access 2010 In Depth, has been providing some great Access Hosting related content on his blog the past few days. Recent topics include Adding User Logons and Permissions, Viewing and … Continue reading →
Access Hosting is happy to announce that we are now offering Annual Billing options to all of our hosting plans. Â By selecting an annual contract, you will pay upfront for 10 months and get 2 months FREE. Â This will save … Continue reading →
Access Hosting is now accepting hosting resellers and affiliates and offering between 10%-20% commission on all our recurring hosting plans.Â You will be amazed at howÂ easy, inexpensive and profitable it is to start selling ourÂ hosting plans through Plimus! You will collect … Continue reading →
I am pleased to announce that I will be presenting at the SharePoint Summit on January 31st, 2011 in Toronto. If you are looking for information on Access Services from the SharePoint administrator point of view (vs. the Access developer) … Continue reading →
This short tutorial video will teach you how to create a customized ribbon in Access 2010. Â You can place all the commands that you use the most in one custom ribbon and save a lot of time and improve your … Continue reading →
1. Get to Know the Ribbon If you skipped Office 2007 and are making the jump from Access 2003, the Microsoft’s Ribbon is a new feature and potential annoyance. Â I know that when I first switched from Excel 2003 to … Continue reading →
If you’re getting lost in Microsoft Access 2010′s Ribbon then this interactive reference guide is for you. Â It will help you transition from Access 2003′s menu system to the Access 2010 ribbon. Â It’s a visual, interactive reference guide to help … Continue reading →
Lately we have gotten a lot of questions about how businesses can take their old access databases or excel spreadsheets and get them on the web with Access Hosting. The tutorial video above will hopefully demonstrate some of the issues … Continue reading →
Back in 1999, Intuit launched Quickbase – a web-based collaborative database application that allows business people to create their own custom applications without writing code. The application is hosted by Intuit and sold by subscription.Â Â At the time, Quickbase had quite … Continue reading →
Now that Access Services and SharePoint 2010 have been out for a few months, Microsoft has released a collection of hotfixes to address a variety of small problems. Our policy is to install these fixes as they become available and … Continue reading →
This short video will walk you through the steps necessary to remove a published database from SharePoint 2010. This process should be used with caution as the database, when removed completely, is no longer recoverable fromÂ the recycle bin.
If you need an evaluation copy of Access 2010 to test alongside our Access Hosting serviceÂ you can find it here.Â Remember that AccessÂ 2010 isÂ only included in the Office Professional 2010 Suite, NOT the Office Home or Office Student editions of … Continue reading →
This short video will show you how to distribute your Access 2010 Web Application to other Access users by creating and ACCDW link. The ACCDW file is a small shortcut file that allows users to connect to your web database … Continue reading →
One quick and easy way to create a new table in your Access Web Database is to use the clipboard and copy/paste from Excel or any other tabular data source.
We recently published a short video tutorial on using data macros to trigger an email alert in Access 2010 (see below).Â Since this behavior assumes that you are running on SharePoint 2010 Enterprise Edition and relying on SharePoint for email … Continue reading →
Microsoft has just released an excellent migration guide to help re-orient Access 2003 users with the updated toolbars, menu structure, and concepts behind Access 2010. This concise (8 page) document serves as a greatÂ jumping off Â point for established Access users … Continue reading →
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We want people to be able to easily try our Access Hosting’s great service and realize that requiring a credit card may be a barrier for some people. Starting today, all we will require to set up a free trial … Continue reading →
Out with the old (displayed above) and in with the new! Â We’ve been working on our new site for a few weeks now and it’s finally done. Â There’s a ton of new features and services that are launching alongside our … Continue reading →
Great Blog Content is coming soon! Â Stay tuned!