Access Tip 14: Creating Reports

If you want to show some of your data to another person, you’ll often want to make it look as professional as possible, and simply showing them a table or query may not be impressive enough. Luckily, Access lets you turn a table or query into a report that you...

iPhone Tip 25: iCloud

iCloud Backup Service for your iPhone In this tutorial we will learn about iCloud for your iPhone and related devices. Aaron at Zollotech does a great job of explaining how to keep all of your information safe and in multiple places. If you haven’t started using...

My Thoughts on the Windows 10 Free Upgrade

In my opinion, you are crazy if you update your Windows computer to Windows 10! Let me tell you why. First and foremost this has nothing to do with Windows 10, I am hearing nothing but good things about Microsoft’s most recent version of Windows. But this is the...

Keyboard Shortcuts

Keyboard Shortcuts For Windows and Mac Keyboard shortcuts are often used in modern operating systems and computer software programs. Using keyboard shortcuts could save you a lot of time. Basic Shortcuts Description Windows Mac OS Edit menu Alt + E Ctrl + F2 + F File...

Access Tip 7: Working with Forms

In Access 2010, data is stored in tables, but you’ll often use forms to view and edit the information. Compared to tables, forms are easier and faster to use. In many databases, forms play a crucial role, as they allow you to add data to several related tables...