Total Access Analyzer 2003, Version 11.8 is not the latest version.
Version 11.95 was released in 2015 with many new features.
Existing 11.8 customers can upgrade for a nominal fee. Visit Version 11.95 for details.
FMS is pleased to provide a major update to Total Access Analyzer for Microsoft Access 2003, 2002, and 2000. Total Access Analyzer is the world's most popular Access product.
The X.8 versions of Total Access Analyzer include many new features and enhancements to help you create and maintain Microsoft Access databases better than ever! These new versions are now available:
Total Access Analyzer version X.8 is an upgrade from version X.7. These are the new versions:
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If you have a version prior to the X.7 version, click here to see the features that were added in X.7, which are also part of the X.8 version.
Total Access Analyzer X.8 builds on its heritage of helping Access enthusiasts create better Access solutions with a wide range of new features. We've added many enhancements based on our experiences and the recommendations of our customers. Thank you very much! We hope you like the results:
Main screen shows the context of the currently documented database and your ability to view, search, and print reports for it.
You can also open it without closing your current objects.
Individual or multiple reports can be exported to formats such as HTML, Snapshot, Text, or RTF to a folder you specify:
Reports can be sent to the new Report View which supports your ability to filter the results interactively
There are 336 professional quality reports. Here are some of the 24 new reports:
After documentation, reports without data are not listed to make it easy to see what's available.
Total Access Analyzer detects 270 specific types of errors, suggestions, and performance tips for your database. Here are some new ones
Here's a complete list of Best Practices detected by Total Access Analyzer.
Search lets you find any string among the documented objects, macros, and modules. While viewing the search results, you can put the object in the current record into design mode by pressing Alt+D or the Design button:
When creating new documentation, the Documentation Wizard lets you work more efficiently. It:
Total Access Analyzer addresses the limitations imposed by Vista and User Access Control. Rather than storing output databases for your documentation in the Total Access Analyzer folder by default, it now stores it in your Application Data folder.
Version 15.0 for
Microsoft Access 2013
Version 14.5 for
Microsoft Access 2010
Version 12.95 for
Microsoft Access 2007
Version 11.95 for
Microsoft Access 2003
Version 10.8 and 9.8 for Access 2002 and 2000
Sal Ricciardi, Programming Writer, Microsoft Corporation