How to Use a sharepoint list in Access 2013, Microsoft Access 2010, and Access 2007 Tutorial

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How to Use a sharepoint list in Access 2013, Microsoft Access 2010, and Access 2007 Tutorial

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This video will show you How to Link a sharepoint list to Microsoft Access 2013, Access 2010, and Access 2007.

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  1. Hi Tom, great video, thanks! I am approaching to edit the SP list via Access with a group of multiple users. Wanted to ask you if it would be ok if we have multiple users at the same time editing the list via Access? In the past prior migrating to Sharepoint 2013, multiple users edited the datasheet in real time through Sharepoint so just want to make sure that doing the same via Acces now that we are in 2013 would be fine too.

  2. Thanks for the video.
    I'm doing it the opposite way around, building a database in Access and linking (sending) my tables to SharePoint.
    I notice that after you have the SP lists & tables list linked, even when you selected the linked table in Access, the Linked Table Manager didn't become active. The same thing occurred when I did my 1st trial.
    Could you tell me why that is?
    Is a way to edit the tables in Access once they are linked?
    Without the Linked Table Manager, I don't know how to un-link them, if that's what I would need to do to edit them.
    I don't want to get stuck with a system that I can't update.
    I'd appreciate any suggestions you have.

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