If you’re searching for a more flexible data management system, a database might be just the salvation you’re looking for and Microsoft Access 2013 provides an excellent option. With Access 2013 you will experience new interface with different look and feel. It has got sleeker look and it has more colors to make it more modern style.
You can not only save the document which you can access anywhere but at the same time you can collaborate it with other people.
Access 2013 has changed the tabs of ribbons and made it capitalized which was not there before.
Also if you have not worked with SkyDrive before that’s something which is going to be new for you. Want to explore this?
So when you are trying to open any new or existing document you don’t only have a option of choosing it from Recent but also you can also select it from SkyDrive.
After entering your account details it enters into your SkyDrive and then you can browse your database the same way as you browse in windows explorer. Like downloading we can also upload our local database to the SkyDrive.
Access 2013 has moved towards the Cloud and can now produce Web Apps which can be accessed through a browser.
There’s a quantity of Wizard help available in constructing these, so you’re not working from the skretch up when constructing one. Navigation and different views are pre-constructed, as long as the Web App you’re after can be based on one of the database templates provided.
- Using Templates in Access 2013
- Apps in Access 2013
- A Focus on the Web: Office 365, SharePoint 2013, and Access 2013
- SQL Server: Behind the Scenes of Access 2013
If you would like to learn more about these new features in Microsoft Access 2013,