MS Access Spell Check By Spell Check Anywhere
Spell Check Anywhere adds spell check to all windows programs including in MS Access. Spell Check Anywhere lets you spell check your MS-Access forms, and database. If you do data entry in MS Access, spell check your data entry.
You can spell check special comments and note fields. The spell checking saves all your text formatting such as font, bold, italic and color. In MS-Access, Spell Check Anywhere lets do spell check using a Medical, Legal or foreign language. Click on the link below.
Interesting Facts About MS-Access
What is MS-Access? MS-Access is just a database engine with a user interface attached to it.
So what is a database engine?
Every software program is composed of two parts: data and programming code. The programming code manipulates the data. For instance, you have a program that search if a certain first name and last name exist. So the code is what searches and the list of data that is being searched is the database.
Early on in the 1970s it was discovered by programmers that many data manipulation and store code is repeated among all programs. For instance, the ability to store information such as last name, first name and address. Or the ability to sort the data in rising order. Or the need to search for data where all needed by almost all computer programs.
At the start of programming, each programmer had to write his own little version of a database engine, such as ms-Access to handle his data programming needs. Eventually, database engines become into being. Instead of each programmer making a small specialized database engine for their application, a general database engine was developed to handle data manipulation.
A database engine allows a computer programmer to define data, then store data and then perform actions on that data. For instance, a data can be a social security number, full name and address. Storing data can be such as inserting a new record into the data. For example, “Joe Johns, 011-72-0078, 270 Centre Street, Holbrook, MA 02343.”
Actions on this data can be such as searching all data for certain records such to check if a certain social security number exists in that data or not. Other actions include making reports off that data.
So today a database-engine does all of that. A database-engine allows you to store data and take actions on this data without much programming by the programmer. MS-Access is just one of such database-engine.
On top of this database-engine MS-Access has a user interface that allows a user of MS-Access to record data and take actions. But in reality any computer program can use MS-Access as its database engine to store and manipulate data.
MS-Access is a lightweight database. It cannot handle too many records and it cannot handle high volume transaction on the database. More than that, MS-Access is not the most stable program. Instead today there are professional database engines such as Microsoft SQL and Oracle. This two database engines are built to handle millions of transactions and terabytes of information (about 1,000,000 times more data than MS-Access [Spell Check]).
However, such high performance comes with a price. Therefore, MS-Access is used mainly for small, one computer programs. The more expensive solutions as MS-SQL and Oracle are for large computer programs with thousands to millions of users.
MS-Access can cost around $100 to buy. Oracle can cost around $200,000.00 to buy. Both are database-engines, but one is commercial high performance, and the other is a small version.
MS-Access does not come with spell check. Any forms you make with MS-Access do not have spell check built in. Also data entry done on MS-Access does not have spell check. Spell Check Anywhere adds spell check to MS-Access forms and data entry.
With Spell Check Anywhere installed, you can spell check MS-Access data entry.