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Need every graphical tweak for an acces application

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Here i am once again, consulting the suck-o oracle.

my story: theres this task weve had at school for databases, weve got to make an entire database in acces, with various applications, nothing i cant handle but the teacher said theres a "prize" for the best structual(spelling?) app and the one thats graphically the best, considering the fact that databases isnt my best subject, winning that can be the only way of saving my year instead of doing it yet again :( , so if anyone knows any way of for example making buttons from images or any other graphical tweak for acces enlighten me please. Ive allready spyed on my fellow students and ive got to say some of the competetion wont be easy.

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DB Normalization

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Well I don't know about graphical databases for access but I do know the best one structured would be one that followed the rules of data normalization

see http://www.datamodel.org/NormalizationRules.html

As for Graphical I would think maybe one that best described the data through normalization

But I could be mistaken

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thanks for that link it'll be usefull
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http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/FX010857911033.aspx


"Sections in this article
Creating custom menus and toolbars
Fine-tuning with the Performance Analyzer Wizard
Disabling Form Design view
Defining switchboard forms
Controlling how your application starts and runs
Performing a final VBA compile"""""""



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thanks for the link :wink:
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12th grd edu

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Whats the Belgium equivilant of an American 12th grade high school diploma?

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Post by Nerdz »

Is all the entire program have to be made in Access? or can you make the graphical part in VB and the db part in access?

For your table, if you need help to normalize, just ask :)
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Re: 12th grd edu

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d10b wrote:Whats the Belgium equivilant of an American 12th grade high school diploma?

...It's not to often I get to speak with someone outside my country.
It's the same thing, slightly different name.

We even have universities here. With Bachelors degrees and *everything*.

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NO friggin way LBG, I thought America was the only place with Colleges and Universities :P :lol:

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