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Friday, July 8, 2011

How to Get Free Microsoft Access Help

Microsoft Office Access, previously known as Microsoft Access, is a database application for Windows. There have been several versions of Access since its initial release in 1992 and many ways of learning to use the software. Getting free help for Microsoft Office Access is easy using standard Windows tools. Finding a solution to your problem should be possible in just a few minutes.


Start Microsoft Office Access and click "Help" from the main menu bar. In the help menu you can search a subject by topic to find a solution by clicking "Search". Click "Index" to look up a topic alphabetically or "Contents" for a list of standard help queries. Help provides step-by-step instructions for completing basic tasks or solving problems within the Microsoft Office Access application.
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Go to the Microsoft Office Access web page for free help (see Resources). Click "Get Started with Microsoft Access 2010" to see a list of situations for which Microsoft provides help. Click "Basic Tasks in Access 2010" to see a list of free help article. The Microsoft Office Access website also provides help for the latest version of Access.
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Go to the Microsoft Help and Support page (see Resources) and choose a way of contacting Microsoft with your problem. You can chat live with a representative, email or call.

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