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 Is their a activex option on access 2007 that lets you select a file?

Answer I do not believe there is something already established. But you can easily create the code to do this. And it works even better if the data is always in a particular format on the MS-Excel works... Read More »
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What is the shortcut that lets you select non-contiguous areas in Word 2007?

Hold down the "Control Key" while selecting text with the mouse allows you to select non-contiguous areas of your document for quick editing in Microsoft Word 2007. For example, double-click on a w... Read More »
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How to Select Distinct Rows in Access 2007?

"Access 2007" is a Microsoft program that allows users to store a multitude of data. The program allows you to create rows of data for products, customers or other items. Within each database, ther... Read More »
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What is the difference between sequential file access, random file access, and binary file access?

Sequential file access means file can be accessed in only sequence as your audio tape. u can listen songs in sequence, however u can Fast forward it, but again it in sequence one by one. Random Acc... Read More »
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How to Copy File Macros in Access 2007?

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