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Microsoft Access Office App 2013 features
The fundamental change from previous editions in Microsoft Access 2013 is the ability to create unique apps that meet the specific needs of your database. These apps are easy to create and have powerful new features that go far beyond the previous applications found in previous editions. In addition to apps, Access 2013 makes it easier to view related items in another database and import data from different sources.
New possibilities to build apps - The biggest improvement over previous editions compared to previous editions is Microsoft's ability to design and build browser-based apps without the need for coding skills that offer much more possibilities than traditional databases. Although the traditional database option is still available, Access 2013 makes it simple and straightforward to get more out of your apps. The reasons for this are:
Apps use SQL Server: your apps have more than just a PC to work with. Instead, the powerful SQL Server makes backups for much more powerful solutions and insights.
App table templates to build your app: starting your app is incredibly easy thanks to the Access table templates. These templates allow you to add tables that are specific to your needs for your database with one click.
Access builds your app navigation: you do not have to spend time choosing views, switchboards or the user interface. These are all developed by Access. All apps use a similar navigation structure, so they can be easily switched and used.
Apps include action bar for changes: included in all navigation is the action bar, which contains buttons that allow users to add, delete, edit, and save data. This is not the limit of the action bar. You can also add and remove buttons depending on your app needs.
Re-design app controls: Although Access provides you with a set of controls for your app, you can customize those controls simply by dragging and dropping them.
Choose your permissions: you can set who can change what with your app. There are three standard authorization levels. These include Designer, for those who can modify views and tables, Authors, who can only change data, but no fundamental functions, and Readers, who can only view the data as they are.
Decide how you want to share your app: Once an app is complete, you can choose how you want to share it. You can place it on SharePoint where colleagues can access it and use all functions. You can also place the alternative in the Office Store, where you can distribute it for free, or you can make some questions and profit.
Import data more easily than ever - In addition to the new options for creating apps, Access 2013 still has a lot to offer in other areas of the program. It is now possible to import data from Excel, text files, SharePoint and ODBC data sources, so that you can merge all the data that your database needs without having to re-enter anything.
Related items-Connecting data points to your databases is one of the most powerful tools available in Access 2013. Now you can use the management of related items to quickly view a list and a summary of related data from other tables or queries.
Automatic suggestions - Finding the right data to enter is crucial for every database work and in previous editions, the smallest error can make it much more difficult to track or search your data later. Access 2013 includes an AutoComplete suggestion function when looking up data from a related table. It automatically returns potential responses to the data from related tables based on the information you have already entered.
Cross-over links for related data - One of the major benefits of the developments in Access 2013 is the ability to use cross-over links to quickly view related article details. You can now preview all related data to find important facts that you need, without having to know more about it, or to see if you need to investigate further. All this is done with the program itself with the background logic.