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Note that the Access macro language, allowing an even higher level of abstraction than VBA, was significantly enhanced in Access and again in Access In many cases, developers build direct web-to-data interfaces using ASP. NET, while keeping major business automation processes, administrative and reporting functions that don't need to be distributed to everyone in Access for information workers to maintain.
Microsoft Access applications can be made secure by various methods, the most basic being password access control; this is a relatively weak form of protection. A higher level of protection is the use of workgroup security requiring a user name and password.
Users and groups can be specified along with their rights at the object type or individual object level. This can be used to specify people with read-only or data entry rights but may be challenging to specify.
A separate workgroup security file contains the settings which can be used to manage multiple databases. Databases can also be encrypted. MDE file. Some tools are available for unlocking and " decompiling ", although certain elements including original VBA comments and formatting are normally irretrievable. Microsoft Access saves information under the following file formats :. There are no Access versions between 2. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Database manager part of the Microsoft Office package.
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Microsoft Office XP Office Office XP introduced the Safe Mode feature, which allows applications such as Outlook to boot when it might otherwise fail by bypassing a corrupted registry or a faulty add-in.
Binder was replaced by Unbind, a program that can extract the contents of a Binder file. Office XP includes integrated voice command and text dictation capabilities, as well as handwriting recognition. It was the first version to require Microsoft Product Activation worldwide and in all editions as an anti-piracy measure, which attracted widespread controversy. Microsoft Office Office It featured a new logo. It is the first version to use new, more colorful icons.
Office introduces three new programs to the Office product lineup: InfoPath , a program for designing, filling, and submitting electronic structured data forms; OneNote , a note-taking program for creating and organizing diagrams, graphics, handwritten notes, recorded audio, and text; and the Picture Manager graphics software which can open, manage, and share digital images.
SharePoint , a web collaboration platform codenamed as Office Server, has integration and compatibility with Office and so on. Office 's new features include a new graphical user interface called the Fluent User Interface,  replacing the menus and toolbars that have been the cornerstone of Office since its inception with a tabbed toolbar , known as the Ribbon ; new XML-based file formats called Office Open XML; and the inclusion of Groove , a collaborative software application.
Office Communicator , an instant messaging and videotelephony application, was renamed into Lync This is the first version to ship in bit and bit variants. Microsoft Office featured a new logo, which resembled the logo, except in gold, and with a modification in shape. A technical preview of Microsoft Office Build Microsoft Outlook has received the most pronounced changes so far; for example, the Metro interface provides a new visualization for scheduled tasks.
PowerPoint includes more templates and transition effects, and OneNote includes a new splash screen. On May 16, , new images of Office 15 were revealed, showing Excel with a tool for filtering data in a timeline, the ability to convert Roman numerals to Arabic numerals, and the integration of advanced trigonometric functions.
In Word, the capability of inserting video and audio online as well as the broadcasting of documents on the Web were implemented. On January 22, , the Microsoft Office blog announced that the next version of the suite for Windows desktop, Office , was in development. On May 4, , a public preview of Microsoft Office was released. Users who had the Professional Plus subscription have the new Skype for Business app. Microsoft Teams , a team collaboration program meant to rival Slack , was released as a separate product for business and enterprise users.
On September 26, , Microsoft announced that the next version of the suite for Windows desktop, Office , was in development. On February 18, , Microsoft announced that the next version of the suite for Windows desktop, Office , was in development. Microsoft has noted that some features are added to Office for Mac before they appear in Windows versions, such as Office for Mac 's Office Project Gallery and PowerPoint Movie feature, which allows users to save presentations as QuickTime movies.
Microsoft Office 1. Excel 4. Version 4. It introduced the Internet Explorer 4. It also was the first version to support QuickTime movies. It required a PowerPC processor. This version introduced Entourage, an e-mail client that included information management tools such as a calendar, an address book, task lists and notes. X ended on January 9, , after the release of the final update, Microsoft Office for Mac was released on May 11, It is the final version of Office to be built exclusively for PowerPC and to officially support G3 processors, as its sequel lists a G4 , G5 , or Intel processor as a requirement.
This led Microsoft to extend support for Office from October 13, , to January 10, VBA functionality was reintroduced in Office , which is only compatible with Intel processors. Microsoft Office for Mac was released on January 15, It was the only Office for Mac suite to be compiled as a universal binary , being the first to feature native Intel support and the last to feature PowerPC support for G4 and G5 processors, although the suite is unofficially compatible with G3 processors.
Benchmarks suggested that compared to its predecessor, Office ran at similar speeds on Intel machines and slower speeds on PowerPC machines. Nevertheless, five months after it was released, Microsoft said that Office was "selling faster than any previous version of Office for Mac in the past 19 years" and affirmed "its commitment to future products for the Mac.
Microsoft Office for Mac was released on October 26, ,. Microsoft OneNote for Mac was released on March 17, It marks the company's first release of the note-taking software on the Mac. Microsoft Outlook for Mac debuted on October 31, It requires a paid Office subscription, meaning that traditional Office retail or volume licenses cannot activate this version of Outlook.
On that day, Microsoft confirmed that it would release the next version of Office for Mac in late Despite dropping support for older versions of OS X and only keeping support for bit-only versions of OS X, these versions of OneNote and Outlook are bit applications like their predecessors. A non—Office edition of Office was made available as a one-time purchase option on September 22, Support for markets and 33 languages was added gradually over several weeks.
With steady updates throughout subsequent releases of Windows Mobile, Office Mobile was rebranded as its current name after the release of the Windows Mobile 5. In June , Microsoft announced a new version of the office suite, Office Mobile It became available as "Office Mobile 6. However, "Office Mobile 6. It is a pre-installed feature in subsequent releases of Windows Mobile 6 devices.
On August 12, , it was announced that Office Mobile would also be released for the Symbian platform as a joint agreement between Microsoft and Nokia. In Windows Phone, users can access and edit documents directly off of their SkyDrive or Office accounts in a dedicated Office hub. The operating system also includes OneNote, although not as a part of the Office Hub. Lync is not included, but can be downloaded as standalone app from the Windows Phone Store free of charge.
In March , Microsoft released Office Lens , a scanner app that enhances photos. Photos are then attached to an Office document. On March 27, , Microsoft launched Office for iPad , the first dedicated version of Office for tablet computers. In addition, Microsoft made the Android and iOS versions of Office Mobile free for 'home use' on phones, although the company still requires an Office subscription for using Office Mobile for business use.
As part of this announcement, Microsoft also split up its single "Office suite" app on iPhones into separate, standalone apps for Word, Excel and PowerPoint, released a revamped version of Office Mobile for iPhone, added direct integration with Dropbox , and previewed future versions of Office for other platforms. Office for Android tablets was released on January 29, ,  following a successful two-month preview period.
Tablets with screen sizes larger than Optimized for smartphones and tablets, they are universal apps that can run on both Windows and Windows for phones, and share similar underlying code. A simplified version of Outlook was also added to the suite. They will be bundled with Windows 10 mobile devices , and available from the Windows Store for the PC version of Windows Smaller tablets and phones will have most editing features for free.
This app combines Word, Excel, and PowerPoint into a single app and introduces new capabilities as making quick notes, signing PDFs, scanning QR codes, and transferring files. On July 13, , Microsoft announced at its Worldwide Partners Conference in New Orleans that Microsoft Office reached its "Technical Preview" development milestone and features of Office Web Apps were demonstrated to the public for the first time.
Office beta testers were not given access to Office Web Apps at this date, and it was announced that it would be available for testers during August On October 22, , Microsoft announced the release of new features including co-authoring, performance improvements and touch support. On November 6, , Microsoft announced further new features including real-time co-authoring and an Auto-Save feature in Word replacing the save button.
However, with the impending launch of Windows 8 and its increased use of cloud services, Microsoft dropped the Windows Live brand to emphasize that these services would now be built directly into Windows and not merely be a "bolted on" add-on.
Critics had criticized the Windows Live brand for having no clear vision, as it was being applied to an increasingly broad array of unrelated services.
The product is now Office, and may be referred to as "Office for the web" or "Office in a browser". From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This is the latest accepted revision , reviewed on 7 August Suite of office software. List of languages. Microsoft Office for Mobile apps on Windows See also: List of Microsoft Office programs.
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This version was the precursor to the multimedia features available in Windows 3. The features listed above and growing market support from application software developers made Windows 3. Support was discontinued on December 31, Its API was incompatible with Windows. Version 1. They cooperated with each other in developing their PC operating systems, and had access to each other's code.
After an interim 1. Microsoft would later imitate much of it in Windows Still, much of the system had bit code internally which required, among other things, device drivers to be bit code as well. It also removed Real Mode, and only ran on an or better processor.
Later Microsoft also released Windows 3. In and , Microsoft released Windows for Workgroups WfW , which was available both as an add-on for existing Windows 3. Windows for Workgroups included improved network drivers and protocol stacks, and support for peer-to-peer networking. There were two versions of Windows for Workgroups, WfW 3. Unlike prior versions, Windows for Workgroups 3. All these versions continued version 3. Even though the 3. The Windows API became the de facto standard for consumer software.
On December 31, , Microsoft declared Windows 3. Meanwhile, Microsoft continued to develop Windows NT. This successor was codenamed Cairo. In hindsight, Cairo was a much more difficult project than Microsoft had anticipated and, as a result, NT and Chicago would not be unified until Windows XP —albeit Windows , oriented to business, had already unified most of the system's bolts and gears, it was XP that was sold to home consumers like Windows 95 and came to be viewed as the final unified OS.
Driver support was lacking due to the increased programming difficulty in dealing with NT's superior hardware abstraction model. This problem plagued the NT line all the way through Windows Programmers complained that it was too hard to write drivers for NT, and hardware developers were not going to go through the trouble of developing drivers for a small segment of the market.
Additionally, although allowing for good performance and fuller exploitation of system resources, it was also resource-intensive on limited hardware, and thus was only suitable for larger, more expensive machines. However, these same features made Windows NT perfect for the LAN server market which in was experiencing a rapid boom, as office networking was becoming common.
Windows NT version 3. The Win32 API had three levels of implementation: the complete one for Windows NT, a subset for Chicago originally called Win32c missing features primarily of interest to enterprise customers at the time such as security and Unicode support, and a more limited subset called Win32s which could be used on Windows 3. Thus Microsoft sought to ensure some degree of compatibility between the Chicago design and Windows NT, even though the two systems had radically different internal architectures.
Windows NT was the first Windows operating system based on a hybrid kernel. The hybrid kernel was designed as a modified microkernel , influenced by the Mach microkernel developed by Richard Rashid at Carnegie Mellon University, but without meeting all of the criteria of a pure microkernel.
As released, Windows NT 3. The 3. Support for Windows NT 3. After Windows 3. The Win32 API first introduced with Windows NT was adopted as the standard bit programming interface, with Win16 compatibility being preserved through a technique known as " thunking ".
A new object-oriented GUI was not originally planned as part of the release, although elements of the Cairo user interface were borrowed and added as other aspects of the release notably Plug and Play slipped. Microsoft did not change all of the Windows code to bit; parts of it remained bit albeit not directly using real mode for reasons of compatibility, performance, and development time. Additionally it was necessary to carry over design decisions from earlier versions of Windows for reasons of backwards compatibility, even if these design decisions no longer matched a more modern computing environment.
These factors eventually began to impact the operating system's efficiency and stability. Microsoft marketing adopted Windows 95 as the product name for Chicago when it was released on August 24, Microsoft had a double gain from its release: first, it made it impossible for consumers to run Windows 95 on a cheaper, non-Microsoft DOS, secondly, although traces of DOS were never completely removed from the system and MS DOS 7 would be loaded briefly as a part of the booting process, Windows 95 applications ran solely in enhanced mode, with a flat bit address space and virtual memory.
These features make it possible for Win32 applications to address up to 2 gigabytes of virtual RAM with another 2 GB reserved for the operating system , and in theory prevented them from inadvertently corrupting the memory space of other Win32 applications. Three years after its introduction, Windows 95 was succeeded by Windows Unlike with Windows 3. Microsoft case, blaming unfair marketing tactics on Microsoft's part. Some companies sold new hard drives with OSR2 preinstalled officially justifying this as needed due to the hard drive's capacity.
The first Microsoft Plus! Microsoft ended extended support for Windows 95 on December 31, Microsoft released the successor to NT 3. It was Microsoft's primary business-oriented operating system until the introduction of Windows Microsoft ended mainstream support for Windows NT 4. Both editions were succeeded by Windows Professional and the Windows Server Family, respectively.
This edition was succeeded by Windows XP Embedded. On June 25, , Microsoft released Windows 98 code-named Memphis , three years after the release of Windows 95 , two years after the release of Windows NT 4.
USB support in Windows 98 is marketed as a vast improvement over Windows The release continued the controversial inclusion of the Internet Explorer browser with the operating system that started with Windows 95 OEM Service Release 1. The action eventually led to the filing of the United States v. Microsoft case, dealing with the question of whether Microsoft was introducing unfair practices into the market in an effort to eliminate competition from other companies such as Netscape.
In , Microsoft released Windows 98 Second Edition, an interim release. One of the more notable new features was the addition of Internet Connection Sharing , a form of network address translation , allowing several machines on a LAN Local Area Network to share a single Internet connection. Hardware support through device drivers was increased and this version shipped with Internet Explorer 5. Many minor problems that existed in the first edition were fixed making it, according to many, the most stable release of the Windows 9x family.
Mainstream support for Windows 98 and 98 SE ended on June 30, , and ended extended support on July 11, It has the version number Windows NT 5. Windows has had four official service packs. It was successfully deployed both on the server and the workstation markets. Amongst Windows 's most significant new features was Active Directory , a near-complete replacement of the NT 4.
Terminal Services , previously only available as a separate edition of NT 4, was expanded to all server versions. A number of features from Windows 98 were incorporated also, such as an improved Device Manager, Windows Media Player , and a revised DirectX that made it possible for the first time for many modern games to work on the NT kernel.
Windows is also the last NT-kernel Windows operating system to lack product activation. While Windows upgrades were available for Windows 95 and Windows 98, it was not intended for home users. It was the last DOS-based operating system from Microsoft. Windows Me introduced a new multimedia-editing application called Windows Movie Maker , came standard with Internet Explorer 5.
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Any user on the SharePoint site with sufficient rights could use the Access Web service. A copy of Access was still required for the developer to create the Access Web service, and the desktop version of Access remained part of Access The Access Web services were not the same as the desktop applications.
The data was no longer in an Access database but SharePoint lists. An Access desktop database could link to the SharePoint data, so hybrid applications were possible so that SharePoint users needing basic views and edits could be supported while the more sophisticated, traditional applications could remain in the desktop Access database. Microsoft Access offers microsoft office professional 2013 wiki free Access desktop applications plus a significantly updated SharePoint web service. Unlike SharePoint lists, this offers true relational database design with referential integrity, scalability, extensibility and performance one would expect from SQL Server.
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NETor Visual Studio. NET will use the Microsoft Access database format for microsoft office professional 2013 wiki free tables and queries. Microsoft Access may also be part of a more complex solution, where it may be integrated with other technologies such as Microsoft ExcelMicrosoft OutlookMicrosoft WordMicrosoft PowerPoint and ActiveX controls.
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User interface features of Access, such as forms and reports, only work in Windows. In versions through an Access object type called Data Access Pages created publishable web pages.
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Access can create web applications directly in SharePoint sites running Access Services. Access web solutions store its data in an underlying SQL Server database which is much more scalable and robust than the Access version which used SharePoint lists to store its data.
Access Services in SharePoint has since been retired. A compiled version of an Access database file extensions. ADE; ACCDE only works with Access or later can be created to prevent users from accessing the design surfaces to modify module code, forms, and reports.
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VBA can also be included in queries. Microsoft Access offers parameterized queries. These queries and Access tables can be referenced from other programs like VB6 and. Microsoft Access is a file server -based database. Unlike client—server relational database management systems RDBMSMicrosoft Access does not implement database triggersstored proceduresor transaction logging. Access includes table-level triggers and stored procedures built into the ACE data engine.
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