Recently, someone asked me how to use Microsoft Access files with OS X. Like Visio, Publisher, Project and to some extent, Outlook, Microsoft Office for Mac isn’t 100% the same as Office for Windows.
Since officially Access is not part of Office 2008 (or 2004), what should someone do when they need to access something in Microsoft Access with OS X?
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If you want both Mac and Windows compatibility with a large external hard drive, work with large file sizes, or want to quickly shuttle files from OS X to your Boot Camp partition, you’re going to run into some difficulty. While OS X supports many Windows specific ways of doing things, dealing with the very […] Continue reading →
Did you know that OS X on an Intel Mac can run Windows XP / Vista natively? I’m not talking about Parallels / VMWare / “Virtual PC” or any other way of running it inside OS X. I’m talking about your Intel Mac becoming a full fledged PC running Windows just like a Dell or […] Continue reading →
Sometimes in the OS X world, we have to accept the fact that we’re treated like rotten stepchildren when it comes to corporate software. Either there just is no Mac version or if there is one, its half ass and doesn’t work anything like the Windows version that we’re used to. For Part IV of […] Continue reading →