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Microsoft Access Performance FAQ
Almost all of these tips also apply to Microsoft Access 97 and all newer versions of Access.
Significantly Improve the Performance of Microsoft Access Databases with Linked Tables
A split database architecture is best for developing, maintaining, and deploying Microsoft Access applications. The front-end database contains the all the Access objects except the tables which reside in a separate back-end Access Jet database. The front-end database links to the tables in the back-end database, so it can be updated without worrying about changes to the data.
Microsoft Access Performance Tips to Speed up Your Access Databases
This paper outlines specific performance tips you can use to improve the speed of your Microsoft Access applications. These tips apply to all versions of Access including Access 2010, 2007, 2003, 2002, 2000, and 97. Some of the tips may contradict each other but they are offered because bottlenecks differ in each situation. Some tips may make things run faster on your system, while others degrade performance. You should evaluate each tip as it applies to your specific application running on your specific hardware.
Splitting Microsoft Access Databases to Improve Performance and Simplify Maintainability
icrosoft Access lets you easily create databases to store and present your data in forms and reports. When starting, a database may be very simple and trivial, but over time, it may become more critical as you add more data, features, and even share it with others. It gains a life of its own and the overall design becomes critical. One of the most important architectural designs is splitting the database into a front-end and back-end database. This is the way Access was designed to let you support multi-user databases and significantly simplify how you enhance the application over time.
How to optimize Office Access and Jet database engine network performance with Windows 2000-based and Windows XP-based clients
When you run a Microsoft Jet database engine-based program, such as Microsoft Office Access, on your Microsoft Windows 2000-based or Microsoft Windows XP-based computer, the program may appear slower and less responsive than you expect. This article contains information about how you can optimize network performance for Windows 2000-based and Windows XP-based computers. Doing this can make Office Access and Jet database engine-based programs more responsive.
Performance Tips to Speed Up Your Access 2007 Database
Summary: This article outlines specific performance tips that you can use to improve the speed of your Microsoft Office Access 2007 applications. Some of the tips might contradict other tips, but they are offered because bottlenecks differ in each situation. Some tips might make things run faster on your system, while others degrade performance. You should evaluate each tip as it applies to your specific application running on your specific hardware. Good luck! (21 printed pages)
Make Slow Forms Run Faster
Chapter 8 Excerpt: Make Slow Forms Run Faster Ken Getz, Paul Litwin, and Andy Baron Microsoft Corporation Summary: This article presents an excerpt from the book Access Cookbook by Ken Getz, Paul Litwin, and Andy Baron. Learn how to change Access forms to load and display faster. (10 printed pages)
Microsoft Access Performance FAQ
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Office Template Store
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Preview a Report and move to last page
Deploying Application (Front End) Updates
Microsoft Most Valued Professional MVP - Access Expert
Trust Center in Access 2007, 2010, 2013, and 2016
Why are there not many articles or examples for Access 2007, 2010, and 2013?
Splitting your Access database into application and data
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