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April 10, 2012


The basic idea behind Microsoft Access is to allow individuals and small businesses to manage large amounts of information the way the big corporations do — with relational databases. The difference is that while the big boys spend millions on computer hardware, software, and staffs of nerdy database-administrator types, Access allows you to do it all yourself with a run-of-the-mill PC and a realistic software budget. 
Microsoft Access 2007 is the latest-and-greatest version of a long line of Access versions, starting (not surprisingly) with Version 1. Not that this is the 2,007th version. Somewhere along the way Microsoft switched from using sequential numbers for versions to using years — an idea first pioneered by the automotive industry, which sells things like “2007 Ford Mustangs” as opposed to “Mustang Version 9.3’s.”

Without going into boring detail about what’s new in Access 2007, you find the usual kind of stuff you find in new versions these days — more power, more flexibility, more things you can do with it. And of course — along the lines of the Holy Grail of Everything Computerish these days — more taking advantage of everything the Internet has to offer. But the most noticeable change for the Access-experienced is a whole new look and feel — along with some new ways of doing things.


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