Category Archives: Office

Four Ways to Merge to Word

The Merge to Word button isn’t the only way to merge Access data into Word documents. In this article, Helen Feddema demonstrates several more flexible methods, useful for creating either single or multiple Word documents and filling them with Access … Continue reading

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Find out about Word

Sometimes, as an Access developer you need a more powerful reporting tool than Access’s internal reporting engine. Microsoft Word can give you the power that you need. Cindy Meister’s article covers the topics that every Access developer needs to know … Continue reading

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Extending Access Reports with Word and HTML

Andrew Wrigley shows how to leverage Access reports to produce intricately formatted reports that “flow” as if typed into a word processor. The technique delivers the report in two eminently portable file formats–as a Web-ready HTML file and as a … Continue reading

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Excelling Automatically

This month, Doug Steele looks at several techniques to use Automation from within Access to interact with Excel. By the time he’s done, Doug has exported every table in his Access database to separate sheets in an Excel workbook. Garry’s … Continue reading

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Excellent Analysis

Delivering information as a report may not be enough for your users–they may want to manipulate, analyze, and otherwise explore the data. Unfortunately, for that you need Excel. Editor Peter Vogel shows you how to create an Excel spreadsheet that … Continue reading

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