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Upg Access 2002

Written by Mary Rafferty
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UPG Access 2002 is one darn good version of Microsoft's popular database application. Designed to integrate with a variety of sources and viewers (including Web browsers), Access users can convert forms and reports into Web pages, and edit these Data Access Pages from within their browsers. UPG Access 2002 now includes support for XML, the Extensible Markup Language standard, allowing users to export their databases to an XML document that can be viewed in any browser with HTML 4.0 support.

XML support runs both ways: XML documents can also be imported into a Jet or SQL Server database. With this version, Access users can link Data Access Pages or other database files to SQL Server services without the need to perform any programming. In fact, many projects in Access can be handled with minimal or no coding required. A variety of helpful wizards walk you through the steps of creating different types of project databases.

Work Efficiently with UPG ACCESS 2002

Access 2002 can open and edit Access 2000 files without converting them to the new format. Access 2002 also allows new databases to be saved in earlier Access formats, making them easier to share with users using earlier versions. When converting older Access files to 2002, Access keeps track of any problems in an error log, making it easier to solve problems as they occur.

New features in this Microsoft software program let you undo or redo functions, which gives users more freedom when creating documents and forms. Access 2002 also includes speech support for dictation and menu navigation via voice commands. All in all, this is an exceptional computer software program for anyone who needs powerful Office tools to perform their job with ease.


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