MS Access Solutions is available for Microsoft Access programmer services in all cities in Washington. 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 Washington
This is a partial list of our Microsoft services
Custom Microsoft Access database development
Microsoft Access database programmer services
ASP.NET web applications
Excel to MS Access migration services
Microsoft Access with Azure and SQL Server
MS Access with SQL Server database programming
Microsoft Access database splitting to create front end and back end databases
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About Washington State
Granted statehood in 1889, Washington was namedin honor of George Washington; it is the only U.S. state named after a president. The state's coastal location and excellent harbors have contributed to its role as a leader in trade with Alaska, Canada and countries of the Pacific Rim. The majestic Mount Rainier soars above Seattle and is the highest peak in the continental United States. Another Washington landmark, Mount St. Helens, erupted in 1980, the deadliest and most economically destructive volcanic event in U.S. history. The Evergreen State is the nation's leader producer of apples and is the home of the coffee chain Starbucks and Micrsoft Corp. Famous Washingtonians include musician Jimi Hendrix, entertainer Bing Crosby, and computer pioneer Bill Gates, former CEO of Microsoft.
Washington was admitted into the United States as the 42nd state on November 11, 1889
The state flag and the state seal are similar. Passed in 1923, Washington state law describes the flag as having dark green bunting with a state seal in the center. It is the only state flag that is green. It is also the only state flag with a picture of a president.
The state of Washington is the only state to be named after a United States president.
Seattle is home to the first revolving restaurant in the 48 contiguous United States (and the second revolving restaurant in the world). Located atop the Space Needle, at a height of 500 feet above sea level, the restaurant was opened in 1961.
Everett is the site of the world's largest building, Boeing's final assembly plant.
Medina is the home of the United States wealthiest man, Microsoft's Bill Gates.
Washington state produces more apples than any other state in the union.
Washington state has more glaciers than the other 47 contiguous states combined.
The Northwestern most point in the contiguous U.S. is Cape Flattery on Washington's Olympic Peninsula.
The oldest operating gas station in the United States is in Zillah.
The Governor Albert D. Rosellini Bridge at Evergreen Point is the longest floating bridge in the world. The bridge connects Seattle and Medina across Lake Washington.
Starbucks, the biggest coffee chain in the world was founded in Seattle.
The state capital is Olympia, and the largest city is Seattle.
Puget Sound's many islands are served by the largest ferry fleet in the United States.
In 1980, the northeast face of Mount St. Helens exploded outward, destroying a large part of the top of the volcano.
Spokane was the smallest city in size to host a World's Fair. - 1974.
The world's first soft-serve ice cream machine was located in an Olympia Dairy Queen.
During the Great Depression, a series of hydroelectric dams were constructed along the Columbia river as part of a project to increase the production of electricity. This culminated in 1941 with the completion of the Grand Coulee Dam, the largest dam in the United States.