Microsoft Most Valued Professional MVP - Access Expert

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  Boyd Trimmell, aka HiTech Coach
  Microsoft MVP - Access Expert


What is a Microsoft  Most Valuable Professional (MVP)?
Microsoft  awards the Most Valuable Professional (MVP) in recognition of significant contributions made to technical communities by sharing high quality, real world expertise. Microsoft Most Valuable Professionals (MVPs) are a worldwide network of exceptional technical community leaders.

"If technology doesn't work for people, then it doesn't work."
- Kim Vicente

Information about upgrading to a newer version of Offce/Access

Migrating to Access 2010 from Access 2003

If you’re upgrading from Microsoft Office Access 2003 (or earlier) to Microsoft Access 2010, you’ll no doubt have questions at first. For example, you may wonder where certain buttons are in the new ribbon interface.

To help you get used to Access 2010, Microsoft has created a short guide that answers common customer questions about the transition.

To view Microsoft's guide in PDF format Click Here

Also see:  What's new in Microsoft Access 2010


Converting to Access 2007

 Learn about some of the new features in Access 2007 and how you can take advantage of them to improve your existing Access applications. Read about some of the issues you should consider when converting your databases to the new ACCDB format.

 Transitioning Your Existing Access Applications to Access 2007

Migration considerations for Access 2007

Converting to Access 2007

Allen Browne has complied a very helpful list of information about Access 2007.

Get up to speed with Access 2007:

* What's Good - Useful new features
* What's Mixed - Both good and bad
* What's Gone - Features removed
* What's Fixed - Old issues solved
* What's Broken - New bugs
* Configuration - Setup options for developers
* Compatibility - Issues with previous versions
* Links - Technical info for developers.