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When working in sharepoint is there a way to open the form in design view? and how do I open the form properties? when I click form properties it never opens it.
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Creating SharePoint Forms with Access 2013 Web Apps

So far in our SharePoint Forms blog series, we've primarily covered tools that operate with SharePoint Lists when creating forms. But for cases where data is highly relational, Lists are perhaps not the technology to use. Enter Access Web Apps, Microsoft's answer to providing relational database capabilities inside of SharePoint 2013, complete with a SharePoint form for each data table. In this walk through, we take a look at how they can be used in a SharePoint 2013 Office 365 Site.

Create Access forms and reports from a SharePoint list

You can create forms and reports from a SharePoint list and use them as views. Users of the SharePoint site who have Access 2007 installed can open these forms and reports by using the View menu of the SharePoint list. You can make an Access view the default view for a list.
What do you want to do?
* Create an Access view of a SharePoint list
* Make an Access view the default view for a SharePoint list
* Use an Access view of a SharePoint list
* Modify an Access view of a SharePoint list

Hardest question ever, Access->Sharepoint

Been looking around all day and made minimal progress.

I have an Access 2007 database and a Sharepoint 2003 server/site. I have managed to export the tables to Sharepoint, but how on EARTH do I get the forms I have made to work on sharepoint. Basically, I want to be able to the user got an "advanced search" form and type in what they are looking for, and then have the results displayed, have them dbl click the resultsand it open a different form with txt boxes and such with the information pertaining to the item they double clicked.

(PS. I am aware sharepoint 2010 has WAY better access integration, and web services, but I am unable to get the to upgrade to 2010 )

Move the tables in an Access database to a SharePoint site and link to them

If you have data in a Microsoft Office Access 2007 database, you can share it as lists on a Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 site, where team members can interact with it. They can share and manage the content by using the features of a SharePoint site while they continue to use forms, reports, and queries from Access.
In this article
* Overview
* How data is moved
* Use the Move to SharePoint Site Wizard
* Limitations of migration
* Move to SharePoint feature is unavailable when you use earlier database file formats

InfoPath Access Sharepoint

I have my database in Access 2007, my forms are in InfoPath (based on my database)and I need to post those forms to SharePoint. My problem is that the users (who will fill in the form) don't have InfoPath, the only solution is to create a browser-compliance form in InfoPath, but I can't do it with Access database.

It works only with SQL server database. Is there any easy way toconvert Access database to SQL server format (I am not a programmer)? Or may be there are some other solutions I can use to post my forms online (preferably to SharePOint) and use Accessdatabase.

Blueprint for using data in SharePoint Server

By combining Office SharePoint Server 2007, the 2007 Microsoft Office system, and the data in your enterprise, you can create a business solution that will make you feel right at home.
In this article
* Building a business solution is like building a home
* Understanding data foundations
-The three types of data
-Making connections to data
-Using data grids to work with data
-Using forms to efficiently change data
-Using reports to present data and make decisions
-Using dashboards and KPIs to act upon data
* Leveraging data within SharePoint Server
-SharePoint lists
-SharePoint libraries
-Web Parts and Web Part Pages
-The Business Data Catalog
-KPI lists
-SQL Server Reporting Services
-The Report center
* Using data from Office system programs with Office SharePoint Server 2007
-Excel and Excel Services
-SharePoint Designer
-Other Office system programs
* Get started with templates and scenarios
-SharePoint site templates
-SharePoint workflows
-Office system templates and scenarios

Import from or link to a SharePoint list

If your department or workgroup uses Windows SharePoint Services 2.0 or later to communicate and collaborate with each other, you might encounter scenarios where you need to work with some of the SharePoint lists in Microsoft Office Access 2007 to take advantage of its rich querying and reporting features.
You can bring a list into Office Access 2007 in either of two ways — by importing, or by linking. This article describes the steps both for importing from and for linking to a SharePoint list.
What do you want to do?
* Import a SharePoint list
* Link to a SharePoint list

Control which forms and reports are available on a SharePoint site

When you publish a Microsoft Office Access 2007 database to a Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 site, you can control which forms and reports in the database are available to users of that site.

Integration of Access, Excel and Sharepoint possible?

Possible connection between excel, access, and sharepoint?

At this moment, I have all my data stored in Excel like a 'database'. This Excel file is available in a staff Intranet, deployed on Sharepoint. My colleagues accesses the Excel file from the Intranet to update information, and saves the changes after updating to reflect the changes.

After a period of time, inconveniences and loopholes are beginning to surface as my colleagues' needs increase.

I am considering to use Access as my database instead of Excel for a more organized database. Because I am restricted to only use Sharepoint, can I actually integrate Excel, Access and Sharepoint all together? I heard that it is possible to connect Excel to Access, and then apply Sharepoint technologies with both.

Publish a database to a SharePoint site

When you publish a Microsoft Office Access 2007 database to a Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 site, other members of your organization can work with the database.
In this article
* Overview
* Publish your database to a SharePoint site
* Republish a database to a SharePoint site