Resolving Microsof (Microsoft) Issues
Microsof (Microsoft) Access is one of the most efficient tools when it comes to database management! Excel, with Microsoft Access by its side, can handle data with ease, almost having zero issues! But Microsof (Microsoft) Access, however, can have a few glitches here and there! These glitches can be caused due to various reasons, ranging from addition or deletion of data from MEMO files very often to a simple issue of interruption of network connectivity.
Here are top three fixes that can potentially solve a lot of petty errors in Access, thus making life easy. Please understand that these are remedies that do not require much time or technical knowledge, and if these fixes are less effective for your Access issue, then you might consider calling us and letting us fix it!
- Please restore all the data from the most recent backup made. We’d urge you to please back the files up on a very regular basis, since Access is just a tool, and can crash anytime!
- If at all you are using a version from 2007 or before of Access, we’d recommend that you upgrade the Microsof (Microsoft) Access to 2010 or 2013 version of it, owing to the fewer glitches they have. Please export the files and data from your Access to the upgrade done, and enjoy a better database management system!
- The existing VBA codes can crowd and slow down the Access. We suggest you try and delete the older compilations of VBA code.
To do this, these set of comments can be used:
- “C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office\MsAccess.exe /decompile”
These fixes should do well if your Access is facing only a minor issue. If your issue doesn’t cope with this mechanism, please check if the drivers are up to date. If they aren’t, please go ahead and update your drivers, for it stands bugs a lot longer.
If at all everything’s right, and the issue still lives, please call us or chat us at the toll-free number 1-855-559-2230 or www.microsoft-help-desk.com, the time that you’d like us to call you, and we’ll take care of it!