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Total Access Analyzer (v 14.01)

Goal

Total Access Analyzer is a comprehensive tool that analyses Access databases and presents you with a huge amount of advice, overviews and reports on your MS Access database.

Features

The tool is packed with features and does an in-depth analysis of your database. To illustrate its thoroughness, it goes as far as reporting to you which combobox controls on your forms do not have the LimitToList property turned on. Moreover, the tool also gives valuable suggestions for improvement on possible errors it detects.

User interface

I did not have any trouble getting used to the user interface. It just works.

Pricing

As I write this (dec 2013) The tool starts at $ 299 for a single user.

Conclusion

I am impressed with what the tool is capable of and I haven't even begun exploring everything it contains. I highly recommend this tool to anyone doing MS Access development.



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