Excel is popular but ignoring Access may not be so smart
The more I know about Access, the less I understand why Excel is so popular.
Let’s say you want to add more accessories to your wardrobe, so you’re choosing between two closet organizers: Excel The Expensive and Access The Easy.
To make room for the new stuff, Excel wants to take everything out and rearrange the whole closet. Then YOU will have to decide what scarf goes with what outfit, etc. Depending on how big your closet is, you could miss a great combination, and if you’re not careful, a good outfit could get left out. Plus it takes a lot of time, so it costs you more money.
Access The Easy says he will add the new items without redoing the whole closet, and automatically update the related outfits faster and easier. He will save you time and money, and you know nothing is getting stuck in the back behind the sweaters.
Debbie Wallis and her husband Robert, are owners of AxBean, a guiding light to all things Microsoft Access and Excel. They reside in the central valley area of Sacramento, California between agriculture and government central. When not working, you can see them running about outside, exploring shops, chowing down at all kinds of eateries and whenever possible, being more curious than a cat. Find out more at AXBean.com.