How to Create Forms in Microsoft Access 2010

If you’ve used Microsoft Access 2010 in the past, you probably know that adding or editing data in tables can be a pain. Luckily, there’s an easier alternative, and that is creating a form. Once your form is created, you can input the data into one table or multiple ones. This helps you save plenty of time and frustration in the long run.
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Link SQL Server Data to an Access Database

Linking SQL Server data to an Access database is an alternative to simply importing the data. You may want to link to SQL Server data if your database has many large tables that are difficult to import. Maybe you want to run queries and generate reports on your SQL Server data, but don’t want to go through the trouble of copying it. Or maybe you just want to continue storing data in SQL Server but have it available to work with in Access at the same time. Whatever the case may be, it’s a process that is worth learning.
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