PRIORITIZING SOFTWARE CAPABILITIES AND FOCAL POINTS OF MS ACCESS AND EXCEL IN PERSPECTIVE OF DATA MANAGEMENT

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Microsoft Corporation products have overwhelmed almost all organizations around the world even beside other operating systems like UNIX, Ubuntu and others. MS Office software products in particular, have being used widely in big portion of our work and business. In specific, MS Access and Excel are very famous and so usable software in between other Microsoft office products. Many similarities are shared between Access and Excel, meanwhile, many key differences are worth to point them out, too. Mainly, this research spotlights on primarily motivated topic of how they can manage data as they have been designed for. The mission of this research is to show how to employee MS Access and Excel in the right way in business work after indicating strength and weaknesses of both of them. Thus, we need to fulfill the right and suitable enough choice between Access and Excel that meets our business work requirements. A detailed list of significant features and key points are discussed and compered of both software leads to conducted proper software use. 

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Dakhil, A. F., Ali, W. M. A., & Reda, A. A. (2018). Prioritizing software capabilities and focal points of MS Access and Excel in perspective of data management. Applied Computer Science, 14(3), 15-30. doi:10.23743/acs-2018-18
Dakhil, Ali Fattah, Weffa Muhammed Ali Ali, and Atshan Abdul Reda. "Prioritizing Software Capabilities and Focal Points of Ms Access and Excel in Perspective of Data Management." Applied Computer Science 14, no. 3 (2018): 15-30.
A. F. Dakhil, W. M. A. Ali, and A. A. Reda, "Prioritizing software capabilities and focal points of MS Access and Excel in perspective of data management," Applied Computer Science, vol. 14, no. 3, pp. 15-30, 2018.
Dakhil AF, Ali WMA, Reda AA. Prioritizing software capabilities and focal points of MS Access and Excel in perspective of data management. Applied Computer Science. 2018;14(3):15-30.