| Congratulations And Thanks, Rick Hicks <-- click to reply
|Posted by argeedblu ||
18 October 2014
This morning, Access veteran, Microsoft MVP, and UtterAccess charter member Ricky Hicks made his 40,000th post. For many of us Ricky is synonymous with UtterAccess. Throughout the life of UA, he has been instrumental in ensuring we 'stay the course,' both as a forum and, individually as Access developers. Publicly he has provided guidance and assistance to all comers. Behind the scenes, his contributions and efforts greatly outweigh the time and effort he puts into his public contributions. Arguably, Ricky is the single-most influential person guiding and shaping our community.
Congratulations and heartfelt thanks Ricky for making UtterAccess what it is and for being a positive influence on us all.
| Ricky H Is Microsoft MVP 2014 <-- click to reply
|Posted by DougY ||
July 14, 2014
I am excited to announce that Ricky Hicks
was [re-]awarded the Microsoft MVP award for 2014. For those who know Ricky the only question was - why did it take them that long??
Ricky is one of the founding fathers of UtterAccess, and was one of the first MVPs UA produced in the past 9 years. He needed to attend matters elsewhere for a while, but now he is back in full force, and his actions and contributions are once again recognized.
| Happy Birthday To Us! <-- click to reply
|Posted by argeedblu ||
26 April, 2014
In a few hours, April 27, 2014 will be dawning in the Pacific; April 27th is a very special day for UtterAccess.com. It will be the 12th anniversary of our founding and we have a lot to celebrate.
- We continue to be the "premier Microsoft® Access help forum," thanks to all of our members.
- With nearly 165,000 members, UtterAccess is truly world-wide. We have been seen in more than 160 countries.
- Our members and visitors enjoy and learn from a knowledge base of almost 2 million posts.
- Our AccessWiki continues to grow with in depth Access articles.
- We have recorded more than 1 billion hits to date.
UtterAccess would not be what it is without the willingness of each and every member to share, not only their Access knowledge, but also their questions and issues in making the most of Access.
Congratulations UA Members on another successful year and here's to many more to come!
|Posted by jleach ||
The AAFO, once built, is added to your Access App via an HTML i-frame element on your forms. AAFOs can be published to the Microsoft Store for public facing solutions, or administered on your company's SharePoint site for internal solutions.
To develop AAFO, we can use Visual Studio 2013 with the Microsoft Office Developer Tools for Visual Studio 2013 - March 2014 Update
(direct download link
For a brief introduction to Apps for Office, take a look at this interactive API tutorial: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-US/office/dn449240
(excel based, but good for an intro)
Members of the Access Team recently presented AAFO to the SharePoint Conference. Videos of these presentations are listed below:
SPC204: Anyone can build a SharePoint App with Microsoft Accesshttp://channel9.msdn.com/Events/SharePoint...nce/2014/SPC204
Jeff and Chris Usher
SPC338: The 'how to' guide for selling and managing SharePoint Apps built using Accesshttp://channel9.msdn.com/Events/SharePoint...nce/2014/SPC338
Bob and Kevin Bell
SPC335: Rich extensions to SharePoint Apps using Microsoft Accesshttp://channel9.msdn.com/Events/SharePoint...nce/2014/SPC335
Gary and Arjun
SPC 348: Update on InfoPath and SharePoint Formshttp://channel9.msdn.com/Events/SharePoint...nce/2014/SPC348
Greg, Bob, and Sonya
And finally, a group of early testers were keeping some notes on AAFO and general development practices. These notes will be progressively migrating to a new portion of UA's own Access Wiki. Keep in tune and start learning how to develop custom controls and services for Access Web Apps!
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