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At a Glance: Microsoft Access

First introduced in 1992, Microsoft Access is a database management system (DBMS) supported by Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) and running on the relational database engine Microsoft Jet. Whether you’re looking to set up a powerful database system on your Microsoft SQL server or to create custom data architectures, you’ll need a Microsoft Access developer to get your project off the ground.
Microsoft Access developers, can install, set up, and maintain Access on your servers. They can integrate Access with the rest of the Microsoft software suite—Outlook, PowerPoint, Word, and Excel—to provide a comprehensive business solution package. They can also automate repetitive tasks such as data entry with powerful Access macros, prevent multiple users from overwriting entries with record locking, and provide data validation and error trapping. By creating tables, queries, and custom solutions that harness the power of VBA and Access, developers on Upwork can expertly handle all your database and database management needs.

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