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As a leading provider of Access database hosting in the UK, we have been waiting keenly to see what the changes would be in Access 2019. Now it has been released we can provide some detail around what’s new in Access 2019
The biggest new feature is the introduction of Modern Charts. Anyone who’s used previous versions will know that the inbuilt charts look so old fashioned you almost get a sense of nostalgia. The new charts are more akin to those found in recent versions of Excel.
The suite of charts include Column (Clustered, Stacked and 100% Stacked), Line (Line, stacked line, 100% stacked line), Bar (Clustered Bar, Stacked Bar and 100% Stacked Bar), Pie and Combo.
Formatting of charts is done using Access property sheets, and the fairly intuitive Chart Settings pane, so is a bit different than say formatting charts in Excel. The ability to change the chart colours or themes does seem to vary depending upon the chart.
If you’re upgrading from an older database version don’t worry, all the old charting features will remain so you can use the new charts alongside the “classic” charts enabling you to move to the new charts as and when you want to.
A couple of other things to mention that are new in Access 2019.
There’s some improvements to Help in that the “Tell me what you want to do” box has been updated with improved content.
Improved logic for retrying connections to external data sources using ODBC connections.
The ability to sort Property Sheets Alphabetically
And finally, something that personally I welcome, Microsoft have made the clickable areas around the borders of table objects in Query design windows so it is much easier to resize. Previously trying to hover over edges and corners to get the resize arrows could be wearisome.
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