Microsoft Access Help Function

Traditionally if you want to create help for an application, you would use Microsoft Access help file. Each field needs to be set up to display a section of a Microsoft help file. We have created a different approach. The help is contained in a table within your application and uses native Access functionality to display. There is no separate help file. This means:
– You don’t need separate tools to create a help file
– There is no separate help file to create and maintain
– You can allow users to update the files themselves if you wish
To illustrate the help function, we have created a sample database. To download click here. The web page also provides information on how to create it within your own application.

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