Microsoft Access 2019 Open Academic
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Microsoft Access 2019 Open Academic
What is Microsoft Access 2019?
Microsoft Access is a database management system developed by Microsoft. It’s part of Microsoft Office suite’s high-end editions, such as Professional and Enterprise. But you can buy it as a standalone application as well.
Where spreadsheet software such as Excel fails, Access succeeds. Powerful features and an easy-to-use visual interface makes the app rise above competitors. Its software development tools give you the ability to manage and analyze large amounts of information with ease. You can also manage related data easier than ever before. Access is great to use when you need features that other spreadsheet applications lack. Take advantage of Access 2019 and make your work easier.
What’s an Open Academic license?
Microsoft offers an Open License for Academic institutions. This is a smart choice as well as great value for the price. Created with smaller education establishments in mind, this license agreement is as flexible as it is affordable. An Open Academic license allows you to save money over retail Microsoft software, but keep the benefits of a volume-based license agreement.
Make good use of the opportunities offered by Microsoft’s Open Academic license. It’s easy to understand and administer, while also meeting the needs of your institution. The transparent licensing program allows you to easily view your purchase history, not leaving any room for doubts about what licenses you own.
You can read more about the Microsoft Open Academic license by downloading this PDF file. Details include an Academic Volume Licensing overview, list of features and benefits as well as throughout explanation of the license terms.
Why buy Microsoft Access 2019 Open Academic?
You should definitely purchase Access if you work with large amounts of data. Keeping track of and handling set-in-stone information can be hard with large databases.
Set-in-stone data can be a number of things. The most common data records containing names, contacts, and addresses. It’s information that you won’t change later on in a project. Stop using software that stores inaccurate data, duplicate values, missing or inconsistent data. Lack of control over your information can lead to many issues. These simple mistakes may cost you a lot of time and money.
At its core, Access has similar capabilities to spreadsheet applications. However, you’re able to create much better charts and other visual representations of your data. Go beyond with powerful historical trending, aggregation, and query filtering features.
On top of it all, Access provides a safe and secure way to store all your information within its database. You have the option to encrypt and password protect your files. Encryption is one of the safest ways of managing and keeping data on your computer. Even if someone is able to gain access, the encryption will protect your information.
Relying on the Access database is the safest way of seeing and managing your information. The standardized format allows you to take a better look at your data insights, which helps to make better decisions, reports, and analytics.
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- Open Academic Licensing
Using a database can be incredibly useful when you need to store key information in one place. Maintaining only one version of an entity makes it less likely for errors to occur. Access almost eliminates all inconsistencies like duplication of or general errors in values.
On the other hand, spreadsheet applications allow you to create these errors. The misspelling or abbreviating entries can lead to mishaps if the software doesn’t recognize the issues. This is something often seen even in Excel. Creating a report in Access helps you maintain an accurate picture of your data. Spare yourself and your team from a tremendous amount of work and stress. Changes in Access are instant, allowing your work to stay fluid.
Say goodbye to changing every occurrence of a piece of data manually. You just have to edit the information inside your database itself. Access will detect the entity and apply the changes wherever your value appears.
New charts for visual impact
Visualization is almost as important as your data itself. Access 2019 gives you the ability to get a visual view of your data and understand it better. This is possible by utilizing the new charts added in this release. These charts allow you to create a visual representation of your data, no matter the size. Analyze anything from sales, website performance, customer service, campaign results and much more.
The new chart options ensure that you get the clearest view of your data. Clarify and provide the right canvas to your audience, no matter what type of information you’re working with. Compare one or many values in your data sets, break down and show how individual parts make up the whole picture. Charts allow you to understand outliers and the range of your values. Get to know your data set and help yourself analyze things better.
Here are some of the charts available in Access 2019:
A column chart shows a comparison among different things, or to show a comparison of things over time. You may use this format to determine information such as revenues or the number of customers.
Column charts display your categories along a horizontal axis and your values on a vertical axis. Access supports three types of column charts, which all fulfill a different task. You can use Clustered Column charts, Stacked Column charts, and 100% Stacked Column charts.
A bar chart is essentially a horizontal column chart. Incorporate it to your file to avoid clutter. It’s a good solution if a data label is too long, or if you have over ten things to compare. You can use this sort of chart display to show negative numbers as well.
In a bar chart, categories get organized on the vertical axis and values get organized on the horizontal axis. Bar charts reverse the traditional placement of the axis and values dimensions. Access supports three types of bar charts: Clustered Bar, Stacked Bar, and 100% Stacked Bar.
A line chart reveals trends or progress over time. Use it to show many alternative categories of information. You should utilize it when you chart a continual data set.
In a line chart, categories are distributed on the horizontal axis and values are distributed on the vertical axis. Access supports three types of Line charts, which are the Line, Stacked Line and 100% Stacked Line charts.
Other than the charts mentioned above, you have access to Pie charts and Combo charts as well. Use each one of these charts can for different kinds of data sets. Whatever you need to visually display, you’ll be able to do it efficiently. Create an appealing graphic depicting all the information you have all in one chart.
Property Sheet sorting
Are you having trouble finding a specific property you want to have on your Property Sheet? Sorting on forms and reports is now available to help you with that. Forms and reports often contain a large amount of data spread across different tabs. It can become quite a hassle to find one specific thing you’re looking for.
Make sure you remember the name of the property you’re searching for. Sorting the list with the new tool makes it easy to find anything as long as you know the name of it. Without sorting active, you’ll see a list of your properties in order of creation. Once your data gets sorted, the list will look a lot cleaner.
Large Number (bigint) support
“Large Number” is a type of data that stores a non-monetary, numeric value. It’s compatible with ODBC‘s data type called the “SQL_BIGINT” data type. It’s used to calculate and handle large numbers better and faster.
In Access 2019, you can select Large Number as the Data Type of your fields. You also have support for importing and linking corresponding data types. For example, you can import or link the “bigint” data type found in SQL Server.
Microsoft has brought back support for dBASE files (.dbf extension) into Access. This means that importing and linking to data stored in dBASE files is once again possible. You also have the option to export data to dBASE files.
- • Processor: 1.6 gigahertz (GHz) or faster, 2-core
- • Memory: 4 GB RAM; 2 GB RAM (32-bit)
- • Hard disk: 4.0 GB of available disk space
- • Display: 1280 x 768 screen resolution
- • Graphics: DirectX 9 or later, with WDDM 2.0 or higher for Windows 10 (or WDDM 1.3 or higher for Windows 10 Fall Creators Update).
- • Operating system: Windows 10, Windows Server 2019