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As the title eludes, it is the manual that Microsoft should produce for Access. It will answer all of your basic questions. Great for someone wanting to learn Access or as a reference for intermediate users.
I bought this so I could install only the state software but it will not install because I already have the business edition installed; plus I doubt it is backwards compatible to import the personal tax returns with NC tax forms to calculate the two state returns.
I'm struggling with mold in my door, however I bought this hoping I was going to get rid of mold. I have applied almost all what's in the container and still the mold is still in my door. I had to used bleach which worked better in just one spry. I'm Not sure what is this in reality becasue it just looked like is water only to me.
ActivityTracking: Moov Now has a little bit unusual way of tracking activity. It looks for a certain threshold and if you cross that threshold than it counts it as active minutes. App tells you that you need to be active at least 30 minutes a day. So, it motivates you to do a 30 minute walk outside during your lunch break or do some exercise. Walking around the office or house doesn’t cross the threshold so moov pushes you to do more. So, it is keeping track of how much exercise you do throughout the day. But I would like to also see how many steps I walked like fitbit and have idle alerts like jawbone to motivate me to get up more from my chair. It would have been great if the small battery indicator led light started blinking if you were sitting idle too long for instance. Idle alert should be such an easy thing to implement I don’t know why moov doesn’t put that feature. So, basically moov motivates me do more exercise but it doesn’t motivate me to get off my desk if I was idle too long.
I've been using Gold Bond Lotion for several years. I use it on my hands and also to keep my nails from splitting/peeling (but wearing gloves to wash anything is the best preventative). The thickness of this lotion allows it to stay on the skin until wiped or washed off. Most other lotions are too watery and thin, making it ineffective for very dry skin. Other brands are very heavily perfumed and irritate my hands, such as Nivea. Gold Bond does have a slight fragrance but it's tolerable and I usually don't even notice the scent.
I'm using this with an optical mouse with zero issues. My mouse is happy, and my hand and wrist are very happy. I haven't had it long as of this note but I will post back here if problems develop along the way.