MS Access Solutions is available for Microsoft Access programmer services in all cities in the state of Oregon. We work with all sized companies and
industries. We can help you upgrade from older versions of Microsoft Access to the latest version. We can also migrate your Microsoft Excel
and other spreadsheets, like Google sheets, to Microsoft Access. One of our specialties is upgrading Microsoft Access data to Microsoft SQL Server
then using MS Access as the front end user interface.
MS Access Solutions Services For Oregon Business
This is a partial list of our Microsoft services
Custom Microsoft Access database development
Microsoft Access database programmer services
Excel to MS Access migration services
Microsoft Access database splitting to create front end and back end databases
Microsoft Access with Azure and SQL Server
ASP.NET web applications
MS Access with SQL Server database programming
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About The State Of Oregon
Oregon was mapped by the Lewis and Clark expedition in their search for the Northwest Passage. Starting in the 1830s, many groups of pioneers travelled to the state on the famous Oregon Trail, and the U.S. began joint settlement of the area with the United Kingdom. In 1846, the border between U.S. and British territory was formally established at the 49th parallel – the part of the territory that was given to Britain would ultimately become part of Canada.
Oregon was officially admitted to the union as a state on February 14th, 1859. Today, Portland, Oregon’s largest city, is considered one of the top cities in the nation in terms of quality of life, and the state is also knownas one of the nation’s top producers of wine, boasting over 300 wineries.
Oregon Database Facts
Oregon's state flag pictures a beaver on its reverse side. It is the only state flag to carry two separate designs.
Oregon has more ghost towns than any other state.
The Columbia River gorge is considered by many to be the best place in the world for windsurfing.
Crater Lake is the deepest lake in the United States and is formed in the remains of an ancient volcano.
Oregon and New Jersey are the only states without self-serve gas stations.
Eugene was the first city to have one-way streets.
Pilot Butte, a cinder cone volcano, exists within the city limits of Bend.
At 329 feet the Coast Douglas-Fir in Oregon is considered the tallest tree in the state.
At 8,000 feet deep Hells Canyon is the deepest river gorge in North America.
The hazelnut is Oregon's official state nut. Oregon is the only state that has an official state nut. The hazelnut is also known as the filbert.
Oregon's state birthday is on February 14, Valentine's Day.
The "Oregon Pioneer" statue that tops the capitol building is a work by Ulric Ellerhusen. This heroic figure represents the spirit of Oregon's early settlers.
The state park system has 159 yurts located in 19 parks. Yurts are a circular domed tent suitable for camping.
Navy blue and gold are Oregon's official state colors.
The Chinook salmon is Oregon's official state fish.
The Willamette River was discovered in 1792.
In 1858 the richest gold find in the Cascade Mountains was discovered in the Bohemia Mining District at Sharp's Creek near Cottage Grove.
Dorris Ranch in Springfield became the first commercial filbert orchard in the state.
In 1876 the University of Oregon opened in Eugene. Deady Hall was the first building on campus and still exists.
In 1880 a sea cave was discovered near what is now known as Florence. Sea Lion Caves is known to be the largest sea cave in the world.
Famous Oregonians - No Microsoft Access Programmers Here!
Cecil D. Andrus Secretary of the Interior, Hood River