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> Access 2010 Crash Issue
Posted by DougY - Nov-19-15 - 1 replies
If you installed the November 10th update for Office 2010 (KB2837592), it can cause Access to crash in some instances, mainly when exporting to text. You can read about it, and a solution in the Microsoft Access Support Team Blog here.
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> Microsoft Access Updates
Posted by DougY - Nov-6-15 - 2 replies
At the just completed MVP Summit, leadership on the Access development team confirmed to us that they intend to revitalize development both in the Access desktop and in Access Web Apps.

To this end, they recently launched the Access User Voice as a way to gather input from ALL users, not just the MVPS, on the features we want to see in the product. Please take advantage of this opportunity to submit feedback directly to the team. While they can't promise that any specific suggestion will be implemented, we were assured that leadership on the Access team is indeed reading all of the suggestions and taking them seriously. What makes it to the top of the priority list, of course, depends on many factors including resource availability and impact on the product.

As is always the case, the sessions we attend are under NDA (non-disclosure agreement), so we're not at liberty to discuss details or any of the other initiatives that are underway. However, the Access team made a considerable effort to encourage the spread of this message regarding their renewed commitment to keeping Access on top of the desktop database world.
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> Sad News For Friends Of Access Everywhere
Posted by GroverParkGeorge - Oct-24-15 - 4 replies
We just received this email from Teresa Hennig, former Access MVP and close friend of Michael Kaplan.

To those who don't know Michael, he was part of the original Access Development team at Microsoft and instrumental in its early success.


Hi Everyone,

I have distressing news, but want you to have it from me … before there are public announcements.
Michael Kaplan passed away. I have been with him and helping all that I could. It was from advanced complications of MS and … his body just shut down. And, now, he is now in a better place.

It is time to remember and celebrate his life, accomplishments, and contributions to Access, Windows and Internationalization.

With a sad heart,

--- ---
In Memory of
Michael S. Kaplan
September 27, 1970 - October 21, 2015

Michael Scott Kaplan, 45, passed away Wednesday, October 21, 2015, in Redmond, WA, after a brave battle with MS for 25 years. He was a lead software developer for Microsoft. Michael was the loving son of Patty and Steve Kaplan, beloved brother of Meredith and Zachary Glazer, dear uncle of Rachel, Mara and Kayla Glazer, nephew of Rick Eisberg, Overland Park, KS, special friend of Teresa Hennig, Seattle, WA and dearest cousin to many across the country. He was preceded in death by his adoring grandparents - Bee and Joe Eisberg and Reva and Isadore Kaplan. Funeral services will be held Monday, October 26, 2015, 1 p.m. at Mount Olive Cemetery, 27855 Aurora Road, Solon, OH. Shiva will be observed at 3990 West Ash Lane, Orange Village, OH following the interment through 5 p.m., 7 - 9 p.m., Tuesday 2 – 4 p.m., 7 – 9 p.m. and Wednesday 7 – 9 p.m. Contributions to a charity of your choice.

Michael Kaplan's Obituary

George Hepworth
for the UA Admin team
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> Image Rendering Issue In The 32 Bit Version Of Access 2016
Posted by GlenKruger - Oct-14-15 - 0 replies
“The Access team is aware of the image rendering issue in the 32 bit version of Access 2016. Engineers have been actively working on this and they believe they have identified the root cause and have a potential fix for this issue. The engineers are now working on fully testing the fix to ensure all the image rendering scenarios work as intended. In addition to fully testing the fix, the engineering team needs to work through the various release stage steps before the next release update schedule cut off date. If everything goes well, they are trying to complete all the necessary tasks in time for the December release of Office updates.”
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