The single form below replaced 15 separate, nested forms. The original user interface was almost impossible
to use without extensive training and practice. As you can see by this screen example all functions and subjects are available
from this single form. Forms are dynamically overlaid making the user interface appear to be a single form.
Microsoft Access is a fully capable database and it's primary limitations is the number of concurrent users it will support. Generally, we recommend a limit of 10 to 15 users.
We also have 100's of programming examples from simple to complex. You can jump to our Access tutorials here.
The subject buttons at the bottom of the screen cause those related fields to overlay onto the existing screen making the user feel
the are on the same screen. This overlay method make the interface appear much simpler to the user.
New capability has been released by QuickBooks providing an ODBC (called QODBC)
interface for QuickBooks systems. The new functionality provides the
ability to management QuickBooks data directly from Microsoft Access.
Additionally, users can add supporting tables to the QuickBooks table on the
Access side. This new feature greatly extends the capability,
functionality, and ease of use of Quickbooks.