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Useful Links

  1. http://www.mendipdatasystems.co.uk

  2. Mendip Data Systems are based in Somerset, UK and have been developing applications for businesses and schools since 2005. All applications are databases created in Microsoft Access. They are designed to work in all Access versions from 2010 onwards and are compatible with both 32-bit and 64-bit Access. Several large database applications written for schools use SQL Server for the backend datafile.

  3. https://docs.microsoft.com

  4. Microsoft Access Object Model Documentation.

  5. http://www.accessmvp.com

  6. Ken's ACCESS Examples and Information for Working With EXCEL Workbook Files Examples with VBA Code for Exporting/Importing Data between Access and Excel in several ways.

  7. http://www.databaseanswers.org

  8. Offers Various Courses of Database Design and Data Modeling. Downloadable Tutorials. Industry-specific Data Models in 50 categories that cover Subject Areas and are used to create Enterprise Data Models.

  9. http://www.techonthenet.com

  10. For easy reference, list of all Microsoft Access functions. The list of Access functions is sorted into the type of function based on categories such as string, numeric/mathematical, date/time, advanced/logical, domain aggregate, data type conversion, group by, and file/directory functions.

  11. http://rogersaccessblog.blogspot.com

  12. Roger's Access Blog: Thoughts, opinions, samples, tips, and tricks about Microsoft Access.

  13. http://www.functionx.com

  14. Microsoft Access Database Development with VBA. Series of lessons shows how to visually and programmatically develop databases in VBA using the various libraries available in Microsoft Access 2016.

  15. http://www.functionx.com

  16. Various Code Sets, like ASCII, EBCDIC, HTML and others.



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