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Chapter 2. Access Projects

Microsoft Access was originally designed as a database for small-solution applications and desktop use. Consequently, database applications that use Access encounter difficulty when the application handles large volumes of data or numerous users access an Access database over a network.

With its simple yet powerful interface and the Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) integrated programming language, Access creates an excellent environment for rapid application development; however, many programmers and database developers have undertaken large-scale projects using Access. In many cases, this approach has been successful, notwithstanding the extra efforts and workarounds required to compensate for the shortcomings of Access.


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