MS Access Solutions is available for Microsoft Access programmer services in all cities in Illinois. We work with all sized companies and
industries. We can help you upgrade from older versions of Microsoft Access to the latest version. One of our specialties is upgrading Microsoft Access data to Microsoft SQL Server
then use Microsoft Access as the front end user interface. We can also migrate your Microsoft Excel
and other spreadsheets, like Google sheets, to Microsoft Access.
MS Access Solutions Services In Illinois
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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Significant episodes in the state's early history include the influx of settlers following the opening of the Erie Canal in 1825; the Black Hawk War, which virtually ended the Native American troubles in the area; and the rise of Abraham Lincoln from farm laborer to president.
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April 1st was officially named "Cheap Trick Day" in Illinois.
Nearly 80% of the state's land area is farm land.
The first all-color TV station debuted in Chicago (Channel 5).
The first farming Tower Silo was created in Spring Grove, Illinois.
The world's tallest man was born in Alton, IL. Robert Pershing Wadlow was 8'11", weight 491 lbs and wore a size 37 shoe.
Morton, IL is the "pumpkin capital of the world." More than 85% of packaged pumpkin comes from here.
The Lincoln Park Zoo in Chicago is one of only three major free zoos in the county, and is the nation's oldest public zoo.
The term "jazz" was coined in Chicago in 1914 by Benny Goodman and Gene Krupa.
There is a fire-breathing dragon in Vandalia, IL known as the Kaskaskia Dragon.
Aurora is known as the City of Lights because it was the first U.S. city to use electric street lighting throughout the entire city.
Illinois' is home to the world’s only river that flows backward.
Illinois' highest point is Charles Mound at 1,235 ft.
Illinois generates more nuclear power than any other state.
Elzie Crisler Segar, the creator of Popeye the Sailorman cartoon, was born in Chester, Illinois.
The Nabisco factory in Chicago is the world's largest bakery in the world at 1,800,000 square feet!
The Chicago Post Office at 433 West Van Buren is the only postal facility in the world you can drive a car through.