I changed the ADODB provider in my Access app to SQLNCLI10, but most of the users don't have the provider installed on their desktop. What's the quickest way to install it? I read that there is a redistributable file, sqlncli10.msi, but I can't find it.
This article shows how to get a list of available printers for display in a drop-down list, and then to use the selected printer to print an Access report or a Word document filled with Access data, using different syntax as needed for working with …
Windows Explorer let you handle zip folders nearly as any other folder: Copy, move, change, and delete, etc.
In VBA you can also handle normal files and folders, but zip folders takes a little more - and that you'll find here.
Using Microsoft Access, learn some simple rules for how to construct tables in a relational database.
Split up all multi-value fields into single values:
Split up fields that belong to other things into separate tables:
Make sure that all record…