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==Overview==
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[[Microsoft Access]] is a software application that combines a [[database engine]], a programming language ([[VBA]]) and [[IDE (programming)|IDE]], and forms designed to allow easy display and editing of database records.{{seedling}}
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==About==
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[[Microsoft Access]] is a software application published by [[Microsoft]] that combines a [[database engine]], a programming language ([[VBA]]) and [[IDE (programming)|IDE]], and forms designed to allow easy display and editing of database records. Access projects use the [[.mdb]] file extension for storing data and other project information, and [[.ldb]] for file-locking data.
 
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* [[Microsoft Access]] is part of the [[Microsoft Office]] [[Microsoft Office Professional Edition|Professional Edition]] [[office suite]], though it can also be purchased separately
 
* [[Microsoft Access]] is part of the [[Microsoft Office]] [[Microsoft Office Professional Edition|Professional Edition]] [[office suite]], though it can also be purchased separately
 
* [[MS Access and MySQL]]: using MS Access with [[MySQL]] as a back-end
 
* [[MS Access and MySQL]]: using MS Access with [[MySQL]] as a back-end
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Latest revision as of 19:35, 11 October 2019

About

Microsoft Access is a software application published by Microsoft that combines a database engine, a programming language (VBA) and IDE, and forms designed to allow easy display and editing of database records. Access projects use the .mdb file extension for storing data and other project information, and .ldb for file-locking data.

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