Lily in Gaithersburg
We are an association in the District of Columbia. We use an Access Database to keep track of members and some of our publications. We have had several employees work on our database over the years, and it is not looking very good. Do you have experience in database management and think you could help us with our computer consulting needs?
I see from your web site that you have experience with database management and Microsoft Access. I have a small store in DC, and we keep our information in Foxpro. However, I also have Microsoft Office 2007. Can I transfer my information from foxpro to Microsoft Access? Is this something you do? Thanks in advance,
Glover Park, District of Columbia
Upgrading Access Projects to Access 2010 (from Access 2003 or 2007) can be tricky. The default values for textboxes as well as combo boxes are handled differently and are now dependent on whether forms are bound or not bound!