With Access Ribbon and true drag and drop functionnalities !
You also get the image manager enabling you to link images to a customer. The images
are stored outside the database in an "images" folder. The "images" folder is in the same location then the backend
What do you get ?
The product you get is a Microsoft Access Database Scheduler Template with a pdf
documentation. You can start a project with this database and use it as it is or you can modify it
to suit your needs. You could also import the desired objects into your project to perform what you need. The code
is commented and you can easily follow the data flow. You will save a lot of time plus it’s a great way to learn
different techniques regarding Microsoft Access queries, forms, reports and vba programming. You have access to all
the source codes. It’s yours to use in your project. Plus you get a 1 year's worth of free upgrades when
improvements and/or corrections are made to the software.
resources (visual calendar task scheduler that dig into a monthly and a
mass mailings (SMTP direct)
and much more ...
List of features:
Built in Backup and compact utility
Geocode your customer addresses and display them on google
Display users who are logged in to your backend database.
Optionally disconnect them remotely.
Link manager for your connection to your backend. Easily change your link to
a different backend database.
Manage reminders to contact your customers on a specified
Manage resources to use in a schedule form.
Security system with login and password.
Export data to Excel.
Email/letter management. Built an email list. Send personalized emails and
Manage a schedule based on customers and resources.
Manage any images that you want to link to a customer.
You will learn:
How to use a scheduler in the form of a calendar
How to design a security system (With a login and password form)
How to use a date selector
How to create a rolodex manager for customer or anything you like
How to create a startup form
How to manage a To Do list
How to manage reports and labels
and much more ...
Here's a few screenshots. Click on an image to enlarge ...