Access 2019 For Windows
Microsoft Access is much more than a way to create desktop databases.
Connect and analyze data
Access 2019 has all the functionality and features you're used to with some added enhancements and the best new features from Office 2019. Connecting and analyzing data becomes a breeze with all of the new tools on the ribbon.
Manage all of your data sources
Connect, see and manage all of your data sources with Linked Table Manager in the latest version of Microsoft Access. This lets you view and even export all of your external data sources in use.
Integrate data from apps The connector library in Access offers many ways to integrate data
from apps and data sources that drive your business.
Generate aggregated insightsIntegrated scenarios across modern data
sources generate aggregated visuals and insights in the familiar Access interface.
Visualize your data with 11 new charts
Easier to understand the data stored in forms and reports
Choose from 11 new charts and make it easier to understand the data stored in forms and reports. Match fields to chart dimensions and preview your changes instantly.
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|INCLUDES||Microsoft Access 2019 Open License Microsoft Access 2019 Open Academic Microsoft Access 2019 Open Government|
|INSTALLATION METHOD||Digital Download|
|ESTIMATED DELIVERY TIME||5 - 7 Business Days|
|USERS SUPPORTED||1 User|
|DEVICES SUPPORTED||1 Device|
|INSTALLATIONS SUPPORTED||1 Installation|
|LICENSED USE||Licensed for Home and Commercial Use Licensed for Personal Use Licensed for Home and Commercial Use|
|MANUFACTURER PART NUMBER||077-07233 077-07221 077-07249|
|OPERATING SYSTEMS SUPPORTED||Windows 10|
|MINIMUM HARD DRIVE SPACE||3 GB|
|MINIMUM MEMORY||1 GB (32 Bit) / 2 GB (64 Bit)|
|MINIMUM PROCESSOR SPEED||1.0 GHz|
Large Number (bigint) support
The Large Number data type stores a non-monetary, numeric value and is compatible with the
SQL_BIGINT data type in ODBC.
Add Large Number as a field
You can add Large Number as a field to an Access table. You can also link to or import from databases with a corresponding data type, such as the SQL Server bigint data type.
Create and Develop
Enjoy an easy-to-use tool for creating applications that help you run your business.
Store data in cloud databases Access data can be stored in a variety of cloud databases, so
it’s more secure than ever
Share your Access applicationsYou can share your Access applications with
Make it Your Own
Create apps that are tailored to the way you and your customers do
Make changes to your appsQuickly and easily make changes to your apps to
meet evolving organizational needs.
Create a custom appQuickly get started by creating a custom app or get
inspired by a collection of new, professionally-designed app templates.
Reuse or share Create templates from your apps to reuse or share with
Editing a new value list item is easier
There is a new keyboard shortcut that makes it easier to open the Edit List Items dialog box when working with value list combo boxes on your Access forms.
Property Sheet sorting
Sorting on the Property Sheet for forms and reports is here! It's never been easier to find a
specific property on the Property Sheet.
Having trouble finding the specific property you want on the Property Sheet among the dozens of properties available? Forms and reports contain dozens of properties spread among several tabs which sometimes means it's hard to find the one you want. If you know the specific name of the property you want, sorting the list makes it easier to find.
Share agreements and accompanying benefits
The Microsoft Open License allow customers to share agreements and accompanying benefits — such
as price levels, centralized license management, and license transfer—with their legal Affiliates throughout a
centralized license management
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