How to convert data values of the Text data type to the proper case format in Microsoft Access?

In Microsoft Access, the default data type is TEXT data type. However, one can change the text data type to another desired data type. Choosing a specific data type is totally one’s own perception and his/her choice as doing so ensures that you will get the best results from your queries and searches. If you are using MS Access database, then this article would be of great help. This article describes steps involved in converting data values of Text data type to the proper case format in MS Access.

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Email messages disappear from your Inbox in Outlook 2002 and 2003

Applies to: MS Outlook 2002 and 2003

If you are using Microsoft Outlook 2002 or Microsoft Office Outlook 2003, you might have come across a situation when your email messages disappeared from your Inbox. In many cases, this behavior occurs only after you have gone through the emails. Disappearing emails can leave you in havoc and so it becomes important to know the reason that is causing emails to disappear. There are two possible causes for this behavior of Outlook 2002 and 2003:

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MS Outlook Printing Problems

Applies to: Earlier versions and MS Outlook 2003, 2007

While printing any Outlook message, you may get frustrated, as you cannot print only selected pages or only the first page of the message.  Most of the Outlook users are dissatisfied with Outlook due to this disability and lacking printing options. The basic reason for this disability is that the printing engine of Outlook does not support selection of pages for printing.  Let us have a look at the printing issues that users face while printing any message of Outlook 2003 or earlier versions or Outlook 2007:

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Error Message: You are not authorized to perform that operation” while accessing NSF database

Notes Storage Format or NSF file is a database file used by Lotus Notes users to save emails, notes, contacts, calendars and other objects. Lotus Notes has a feature embedded in it, known as Access Control List (ACL) that is a list of permission attached to an object. Using this list, the administrator can apply a wide gamut of access rules for local users to access a particular file. By applying these access rules on NSF files, the NSF file owner is awarded with the privilege to open or manage the NSF file. Also, if any user who does not holds the access rights to that particular NSF file, tries opening the file, he comes across an error message saying -

“You are not authorized to perform that operation”

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Where is my .PAB File?

Outlook stores your Personal Address Book information in a PAB file. There are times when you may need to copy the PAB file to a new computer or backup a PAB file. But nothing is possible till the time you are unable to locate and identify the PAB file your email profile is using. If you want to copy your PAB file to new computer or want to create a backup copy of it to deal with corruption issues, first of all find out the location of the PAB file.

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GroupWise Archive Converter

Archives are often termed as important records. In Novell GroupWise, the archives are usually created to minimize the size of Inbox and save important emails, so that they can be accessed anytime. Archive folder is a separate folder in Novell GroupWise that contains items of the mailbox which are archived by the user. Email clients like MS Outlook save the archives in the mailbox database although the case is totally different with Novell GroupWise email client.

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