A collection of 16 posts
How to fix the E_VBWATCHDOG_UNSUPPORTED_VBAVERSION error.
Tired of dealing with the limitations and poor UI of Access's built-in linked table manager? Try this FREE improved version from Kevin Bell.
Is the "Start transcription" option missing from your Teams menu? Is the "Join" button missing from your calendar entry? Maybe I can help (but probably not).
Looking for that long-lost KnowledgeBase article from 2003 but only finding a 404 error? This website brings dead KB articles back to life.
If you work with delimited text files of any kind, you need to be using this VS Code extension.
Here's a quick tip from Tom Wickerath for hiding shortcut files from your Everything file search results.
Or, should I say, You Need *Everything* to Find Files.
Peter Cole of ThemeMyDatabase.co.uk presents a demonstration of vbWatchdog in action. Come for the info, stay for the discount code.
Note, Caption, Format, Pages, Sequence. All reasonable-sounding field names, but all should be avoided.
Want to be a professional Access developer? Then you can't ask your clients to copy and paste .accdb files to their computers. What do you do instead?
Microsoft stopped supporting VB6 in 2008. Here are some modern options for migrating those old apps or developing new ones in 2020 and beyond.
Using Notepad++ to transform existing code into a VBA string that generates itself.
You may be familiar with JetShowPlan, but I guarantee you've never read an article about it quite like this one.
The four best tools/techniques for tuning Access query performance: JetShowPlan, Process Monitor, TraceSQLMode, and SQL Profiler.
If you're managing SQL Server and you're not using Ola Hallengren's scripts, then you're doing it wrong.
Here is a list of my favorite utilities, add-ins, OCX controls, and applications that I use when developing Microsoft Access applications.