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  1. Provide a native Treeview control

    The Treeview control is an extremely powerful way to display related and hierarchical data in a nodal fashion. I have built application for years using the vb Treeview common control. These applications could not be successful without it. There is certain data such as a computer folder and file structure that would be nearly impossible to comprehend without it., However, the non native Treeview require serious knowledge of Access and VBA to use successfully. Also portability has always been a problem. A native control with some features that make binding data simpler (possibly a wizard), would really expand what the…

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      Hello TreeView Supporters,

      Thanks for the information!

      We know that one of the issues that users had with the TreeView control was around 64bit support. Just wanted to let you know Microsoft will have a solution released for that soon.

      Thanks,
      Michal [MSFT]

    • Add Pivot Charts back to Access.

      The original Pivot tables and Pivot Charts in Access 2007 were very easy to use and a great benefit to builders and users. I am still using 2007 for that very reason, since I have many applications that rely on the pivot functionality and I am a great believer in graphical representation using Pivot Charts.

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        Thanks everyone for voting and supporting this suggestion.
        As you are all aware, Pivot Charts and Pivot Tables have been removed from Access 2013 because the technology they relied on was deprecated (Office Web Components).

        Voting and commenting on this suggestion (and on this https://access.uservoice.com/forums/319956-access-desktop-application/suggestions/11510094-put-pivot-tables-back-into-access-surely-a-databa) has been very valuable to us to distill the requirements and needs.

        Since Pivot Charts as we all know them, will not come back to Access, we are updating the status accordingly and would like to encourage you to continue and use your free votes to support other suggestions.

        Thanks,
        Michal [MSFT]

      • MS Access Mac Support ?s

        Centrally located MS sponsored support page....I cannot find one for Access.

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          • allow Microsoft Access to run on Macs--it's about to be 2017, for goodness sakes!

            I suggest you...allow Microsoft Access to run on Macs--it's about to be 2017, for goodness sakes!

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                • Provide a better SQL editor

                  Please provide a better SQL editor with syntax highlighting, indention, IntelliSense and using SQL comments in Access 2017.

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                  • Votes were not returned to me

                    Votes were not returned to me after MS closed "Provide a native Treeview control". I had two votes for that. Since there is no feedback mechanism to tell Microsoft "your feeback site is not working, I then had to remove my vote from "Import/export specs edit feature" in order to open this "suggestion". The suggestion... Microsoft - fix your feedback mechanism.

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                      • Fix Bug - Random Crashes - Exception Code: 0xc0000409

                        I'm getting random crashes using MS Access, below is the event viewer log

                        Faulting application name: MSACCESS.EXE, version: 16.0.7766.2060, time stamp: 0x58a90c80
                        Faulting module name: mso40uiwin32client.dll, version: 0.0.0.0, time stamp: 0x58a821f1
                        Exception code: 0xc0000409
                        Fault offset: 0x000000000046d3cc
                        Faulting process id: 0x433c
                        Faulting application start time: 0x01d29f7652c05e88
                        Faulting application path: C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Root\Office16\MSACCESS.EXE
                        Faulting module path: C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Office16\mso40uiwin32client.dll
                        Report Id: ba2d73b2-fda6-4c54-826e-a067b517c502
                        Faulting package full name:
                        Faulting package-relative application ID:

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                          1 comment  ·  Admin →

                          Hi Mark,
                          Thanks for posting.
                          George is correct – the goal of this forum is to provide a platform for suggestions and new ideas.
                          Please contact Microsoft support for bugs reports.

                          Thanks,
                          Michal [MSFT]

                        • Stop randomly omitting text in reports

                          Sometimes, MS Access reports silently omit lines of text. This bug exists since at least Access 2007, and it's very annoying -- customers have to manually double-check every invoice to make sure that everything important has actually been printed.

                          The bug is well-known (see, for example, StackOverflow questions 10612364 and 14716048, SuperUser question 455782, MSDN thread 648dd3a2-28c1-4f0d-853c-ef932c58519f, or Microsoft Support Cases 114032111284860 and 115072312971316), but, apparently, has not been considered important enough to be fixed.

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                            Thanks for reporting.
                            We will add this bug report to our backlog and see that it is prioritized and handled.
                            In the meantime, I’m updating the status for ‘No Current Plan’ so that you use your votes again.

                            Thanks,
                            Michal [MSFT]

                          • Restore Pivot Tables to Access!

                            I work at a major US airline. I have been charged with creating major database work using MS Access. Pivot tables are vital to the amount of varied data with which we work. Pivot tables are vital...please restore.

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                            • Sell Works again. Office is too much for me and I only need what was in Works.

                              I loved Works. I could do anything I wanted with it.
                              I don't work in a position to use all that is in Office.
                              In my home, Works does everything I need.
                              M. Craft

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                              • 1 vote
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                                • 3 votes
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                                  • Discontinue this garbage

                                    Discontinue this garbage. What were you thinking ? Can't even execute a really simple SQL statement. That's after clicking on 17 buttons to get to the Query Text Editor. Did you design Access to be bad and cumbersome on purpose ? My blood is boiling ! You have no Idea ! I so regret buying this rubbish. Never again !

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                                    • Enable multiple versions of Access to co-exist on the same machine.

                                      Enable multiple versions of Access to co-exist, side by side, on the same machine without ill effects.
                                      Just like there can be multiple versions of Visual Studio, SQL Server, etc. Currently, to work in different versions of Access we need to maintain a separate machine (physical or virtual) for each version of Access.

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                                        9 comments  ·  Other  ·  Admin →

                                        Hi Alphonse,
                                        It is not clear what is the problem you are encountering. Going through the comments other Access users left here, didn’t help figure it out as well.
                                        To the best of my knowledge there shouldn’t be an issue with running multiple versions of Access on the same machine, so I’m closing this request.
                                        If you feel strongly about it and can provide more information, please create a new request.

                                        Thanks,
                                        Michal [MSFT]

                                      • If you are not going to be fully committed to developing and improving Access- Make it Open Source

                                        A least bring in the top developers to have a serious discussion the Many issues with Access.

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                                        • Put Pivot Tables back into Access. Surely a database should be able to analyse data, including text fields. This cannot be done in Excel.

                                          Put Pivot Tables back into Access. Surely a database should be able to analyse data, including text fields. This cannot be done in Excel which can only handle numeric data. Our business uses them extensively and currently we cannot find an alternative.

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