• Best way to set up longitudinal database

    Trying to create a database with enrolled student information and want to query students enrolled for a specific semester who then returned for a different semester - but on a larger scale - who were retained 2nd year, 3rd year, 4th year, etc. Trying to have all my semester data in one table and...

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  • Can I import a GP Report into Access?

    I work for a company that doesn't have an IT background. They seem to live in Excel, FilePro, and they recently installed GP 2016, but they do not understand how to use it fully. I noticed that I can do a query and print out all my purchase orders from GP and save them to an excel file. I'm trying...

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  • Microsoft Access 2007 database will not open in Access 2010

    I'm working on a huge project for my department. We have an Access 2007 database and currently works on my PC (and it has .ACCDB formatted files). I sent it to a co-worker (who has Access 2013) and he tried to open it: All he's getting is compatibility errors. What should we do here? Please help!

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  • Microsoft Access database record

    If I'm updating a person's file, how do I make sure when I update the information about that person, it doesn't automatically update the historical information already associated with that person? For example, I have an instructor who was in grad school, we put his status as "without terminal" and...

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  • How can we migrate Oracle database to Microsoft Access?

    How do I migrate an Oracle database to Microsoft Access?

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  • Parameter Enter Value in Microsoft Access

    Hi, When I open a form in Microsoft Access or combo box, it shown table parameter. I can't show it?

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  • Conversion from FileMaker Pro to Microsoft Access database

    How do you convert FileMaker Pro 7 database to an Access 2007 database file?

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  • Export Microsoft Access report to PDF without opening database

    Hello, I don't want to constantly open Microsoft Access but is there a way I could directly export my Access reports to a PDF? Could I create some sort of shortcut or can I use Powershell? I want to have my report in a PDF format but I don't want to open the database.

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  • MS Access DATABASE and combobox in VB6.0

    hellooo plz i need helpĀ  i am new to VB6.0 and i've learned alot now i have a database in MS Access and i want to create a combobox named (Combo1) that will be populated from the field (Name) in table (Customer) in the database (weighbridge.mdb) and then when i choose a name in the combobox i want...

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  • How to export Access file to Excel automatically

    Our department has a Microsoft Access database file that updates all of the time. We need to export all of this data to Microsoft Excel automatically. So whenever we need the newest updates, it happens automatically (not manual process). How can we do that? Would a Power Query work?

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  • Create forwarding account to Access Database

    I work at a small low-tech agency and we need a simple solution for employees of all abilities to frequently document specific types of emails in a searchable way across the agency. My preference is to set up a way that each person can forward an email into an Access database which collects basic...

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  • Edit Microsoft Access database by multiple users

    Our team works on the same Microsoft Access database throughout the day. It's access my multiple users at the same time. If a user makes an edit, will it immediately reflect for all of the other users? Or just that one specific user?

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  • Fingerprint recognition in Java

    I want a programing source code for fingerprint recognition time and attendance payroll system in Java language. I also want the source code for capturing a fingerprint image and storing in MS Access in Java language for the same project.

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  • What would this Microsoft Access query be?

    I'm trying to write a query to show all patients along with their diagnosis. The result should have 4 columns: patient ID, patient first and last name, and their diagnosis. Sort the results based on patient last names. How can I do that?

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  • Microsoft Access: How to add a table that lessen the room’s availability?

    I have a table in access showing the rooms with a field: roomID, price and availability. And another table showing the transaction: TransactionID, CustomerID and RoomID. How to less the room's availability if I input the roomId in the transaction table?

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  • Importing Excel to Access auto populating data

    I have imported an Excel spreadsheet into Access (2016) and am trying to figure out how to populate data. For example, I imported a spreadsheet containing employee name, ID, Department, Supervisor. If I select the employee name, I want my form to automatically populate with the rest of the data....

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  • Define relation in Microsoft Access

    In Microsoft Access, what is meant by define relation?

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  • Microsoft Access menus

    How do you setup menus using MS Access?

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  • Paste records into Microsoft Access database

    Hi, I have a highlighted set of records in a Microsoft Access database. Would I be able to paste them into a new table? I know it's possible in an existing table.

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  • Compare two Microsoft Access databases

    For my job, I have two Microsoft Access databases that I need to compare. Basically, I need to look at the structure / content in each database at the same time. Is there a tool for this? Is it even possible?

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