This month we will have Denmark’s Anders Ebro showing us how to effectively and efficiently use the layout view when designing Access forms and reports. First introduced with Access 2007, developer acceptance of layout view has been tepid. In it’s latest incarnation, Anders will show us just how powerful and fast this approach to Access development can be, while providing your applications with a design consistency.
Originally an engineer with a degree in Applied Physics and hundreds of hours spent in a hi-tech clean room, Anders started working with Access in 2008 and hasn’t looked back since. Anders has made applications ranging from Requirement Management Tools, document management, and tools to calculate financial depreciations. Anders has been an Access MVP since 2014. On his blog TheSmileyCoder.com, you can find several code samples for treeviews, change tracking (similar to MS Word’s track changes), and error/crash reporting.