Thank you for the feedback. These requests have been an ongoing discussion with the team, both internally and externally. Especially with our continuously increased focus on establishing a stronger Access-SQL experience, we do plan to have some requests on this work looked further into within the next year. We will keep you posted with specific feature designs in scope as well as timelines. In the interim, you can continue checking our public roadmap for feature updates.
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What I'm doing is creatng a VB.Net DLL and adding it as a reference to the Access DB. Create and I/O interface, and get all the riches of Visual Studio with Entity Framework, parallel processing etc.
No brainer consider the snail's pace progress of fundamental MS Access functionality.
Thank you for your feedback. The Access team is currently looking into resizing Access applications, starting with forms. We will provide you with a notification when this is available, and will continue to work on additional resizing/zoom support within different areas of the product at a later time.