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Splitting a database into front and back ends

Splitting a database into front and back ends: Access 2013 Essential Training
Splitting a database into front and back ends: Access 2013 Essential Training

There are times when splitting a database is a good idea, especially if that database is used by several people at once. What this entails is dividing one file into two linked files called a front and back end. This online lesson will showcase how easy splitting a database into front and back ends with Microsoft Access can be.

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