- Don't you prefer more closely customized templates and examples that fit the fields in your very own database?
Well, now you can name your fields and let these smart wizards generate functional templates, leaving little left for you to do, except some tweaking and cosmetic changes.
- Don't you wish someone would invent a wizard to create a form with command buttons (New, Delete, Find, Close) already in place, and fully functional?
Well, somebody has. (That wizard also creates fully functional subforms, all in one step, saving about an hour for each form.)
- Don't you wish you could simply point to fields on a form and say, "Create a report using those fields."
Well, now you can. (That wizard also creates report summary controls with working formulas, saving about 3 hours per report.)
- Don't you wish you could easily decipher your maze of queries and see what queries use what other queries?
Well, now you can navigate your hierarchy of queries. (That wizard also shows you the source table for each field, even though it may be buried deep in the query hierarchy, saving many hours of frustration.)
My fellow programmer, that's just a small taste, as the screen prints below will show. Are you salivating yet? The eight (8) wizards described below take a giant leap beyond the basic Access wizards. Why? Because they automate more things. Why else? Because they come with VBA code, giving you more control. Get ready to get spoiled. These tools speed up every-day tedious tasks—you know—forms, queries, reports, the things you work with all the time.
Amazingly Advanced Tools for the Average Programmer
I don't care if you're beginner or guru. These tools make programming more fun. Even exciting. Like programming should be. Written in Access 2000 (works in later versions also).
If I could save you 10 to 20 hours right away, how much is that worth to you? On top of that, if I could make programming more fun and less tedious, how much is that worth to you? Well, I absolutely guarantee that you'll not only be pleased, but also amazed, at the results. And you can get a free demo. To see descriptions and screen prints of all eight guru tools, read on.
You seem to have gone a giant step further in the brain department.
Jane Leighton, programmer
Tables and Forms Development Tool
Microsoft Access makes it easy to build tables, and once you build a table, Microsoft Access has wizards to build a form from that table. But how would you like to create table and form together with a click of the button? More than that, how would you like a smarter form wizard that goes beyond the basic form wizard, one that adds buttons of your choice, with functional code for each button, all in one step? Make it all: table, form, functional buttons. It's easy.
Of course, your final form will need some tweaking, but not as much tweaking as with the built-in MS Access wizard, because you can customize this wizard. It comes with VBA code included, giving you full control, and so you can make this smart wizard even smarter.