Small Business Software
- All the database software offered on this site was built with either MS Access 2007 or MS Access 2010 .
- If you do not have MS Access 2007, you can download a free copy of MS Access 2007 Runtime from here. Check the system requirements section.
- If you do not have MS Access 2010, you can download a free copy of MS Access 2010 Runtime from here. Check the system requirements section.
- Please ensure that your version of MS Access has the latest updates and service packs installed, just about all issues have been because the client had not installed these.
- If you have an EXPIRED trial version of MS Access currently on your system, you may need to uninstall (Control Panel – Add & Remove Programs) the trial version so that your downloaded database software will install correctly. If you have an older version of MS Access currently on your system, the MS Access 2007 Runtime and the MS Access 2010 Runtime are safe to install. You may experience a slight delay when switching between the database software built with MS Access 2007 or MS Access 2010 and those built with previous versions of MS Access. This is normal.
- For the best viewing conditions you should set your screen resolution to at least 1024 x 768 pixels.
- All of the database software on offer are zipped with WinZip, if you have not got a copy of WinZip it can be downloaded from here.
- Right Click the download link for your selected database software and select "Save" or "Open" (I suggest "Save" and download the file to your preferred location), then open with WinZip. Once unpacked, click on the .exe file and accept the EULA and follow the instructions to install the database software.
- Platform: Windows XP x32,Windows XP x64, Windows Vista, Windows7.
- Uninstaller: Yes, all programs.
- Language: English, all programs, (The Childcare database software is available in 6 languages).
- Help File or FAQ File: Yes, all programs, it is advised that you read the Help/FAQ file before using any of the database software packages.
- General: Some of the database software packages contain trial data to show how they work, it is suggested that you delete this data before entering any of your own data.
- Macros: If you have not enabled the "allow macros" setting on your computer, you will keep getting a macro warning, as 99% of all
MS Access database software packages contain Macros. This warning although timely can be a nuisance.
To allow Macros within MS Access 2007: click the Office button, top left hand corner of your screen, select Access Options - Trust center - Trust Center Settings - Macro Settings - select the low option - Enable all macros, then click 'OK' and 'OK' again.
- Assistance: If you have any suggestions or questions on any of the database software offered on this site please don't hesitate to contact Itchysfaccess Software Development via my General Enquiries page
- More database software packages will be added as they are developed, place my URL in your favorites to keep up to date with all future releases.
To download and install the software
To allow Macros within MS Access 2010: click the File tag, select Options - Trust Center - Trust Center Settings - Macro Settings - select the low option - Enable all macros, then click 'OK' and 'OK' again.