Microsoft Access Database 2016 Is Not Included In Office 365

Microsoft Access Database 2016 Is Not Included In Office 365

Since its release, Microsoft Access database will not be available for all users of Office 365. Shocking isn’t it?

Users who have purchased an Office 365 Business Premium were surprised to discover that Access 2016 wasn’t included in their subscriptions.

Microsoft Access Database 2016 Is Not Included In Office 365

Access 2016 is not included with any of the Office 365 Business subscriptions, even in Office 365 E1 or Office 365 Pro Plus enterprise subscriptions. If you want Microsoft Access 2016 in your enterprise, you should be opting instead for the full Office 365 E3 subscription.

What is more perplexing is the fact that Microsoft Access 2016 is included in Continue reading “Microsoft Access Database 2016 Is Not Included In Office 365”

Password Protect The Back End Of Your Microsoft Access Database

Password Protect The Back End Of Your Microsoft Access Database

There are two parts to the following video tutorial explaining how to password protect the back end of your Microsoft Access database where your first need to split the database and then exclusively open the back end database to apply an encrypted password.

Take a quick look how… 

httpvh://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OXrwumT3JUo

You can also manually link and re-link tables from other databases which will in turn need to be individually password protected should you Continue reading “Password Protect The Back End Of Your Microsoft Access Database”