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Features to Look Out for:
Easily Publish and Create Web Database
Using the available template options, developers can easily build their database. On the other hand, they could still design their database. For those who are already experts in this field, it would be preferable to create their database. They can use an empty database and later put other objects in it. Using the SharePoint or Office 365 as the host, developers can build and publish their web apps.
For those who are wondering if they can still create desktop-based applications, they would still be able to do that. Both desktop and web database could be created in the app. However, it is easier to make databases in this version because of the SQL server. This feature provides data integrity and better performance in the app.
Find the Right Tools Using “Tell me.”
This innovative feature is imperative for the users who are tired of searching for the ribbon to make a command. Now, you just have to type a keyword or phrase in the “Tell me what you want to do…” search bar. The related tools will automatically appear and ready for use.
Automatically Create User Interface
This version saves you from the hassles of creating user interface elements such as switchboard, tables, views, and more. Table names could be found on the left side of the window. The pictures of the tables are found on the top.
All the apps created have the same navigation structure. This makes it easier to know how to switch the apps. Also, you can choose to create other custom views aside from the ones provided in the program.
Each View Has an Action Bar
These tools let you add, save, edit, and delete items in the database. You may add other buttons on this bar so that you can run any macros you create. You can also remove the buttons that you don’t want people to see or use.
Related Items for Summarizing Data
The new Related Items function can be used to list down and summarize all the relevant data from a related query or table.
New Deployment Options: Permission Upgrades
This Access version now allows you to decide who can make changes or modify your app. The SharePoint service now has three permission levels: Author, Reader, and Designer. The Designer level allows the person to make changes in the design of views and tables. The Author level is allowed to modify or change the data but cannot do it in the design. The lowest level, the Readers, can only read the existing data.
New Method of Distributing Apps
The apps that you create in Access 2010 can be saved as package files. These will then be added to the office store or the Corporate Catalog. You can distribute or share your apps for free when you put it in the Office Store, but you may also sell your apps by charging fees.
New Built-in Navigation Capability
When the user adds a table, a new tab will appear on the page. The user can then choose to hide it or not. When a lookup field is on an absolute record, users can replace it with a hyperlink. This could be used to open a form that shows the properties of the related record. The app also has a similar items command which makes it easier to drill through. All of these could be done with no code.
New Touch Screen Features
Creating an App can now be done on any touch screen device. The Microsoft Office Suite 2010 version has developed this capability among its applications. This is mainly because of the rapid development in the technology we have today. This feature could also be coupled with the collaborative features of the app so multiple users could develop an app simultaneously using different devices.
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