THE guide for anyone who wants a “Excel database”.
Excel and Access are two very different tools: Excel is a spreadsheet program, while Access is a database program. However, it is not uncommon to see Excel used as a “patchwork” or temporary solution instead of Access, simply because Excel is easier to use. If only we can have the best of both worlds: Access’ database capabilities with Excel’s flexibility and ease of use. Below are a few articles on how to make these choices, and how to avoid / delay migration to Access for as long as possible. (Warning: Experts may frown at some techniques.)
Feel free to come back and check this out in the next few weeks. We will be actively adding content on this topic.
- Should you migrate from Excel to Access? [External Link]