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CTAUG (Connecticut Access User Group) is a Connecticut-based, independent, non-profit organization which strives to educate and support developers and users of Microsoft's "Access" database software product. At our meetings we encourage the exchange of information about Access and related technologies.

CTAUG Meetings are free and open to the public, and were traditionally held on the second Wednesday of each month, in the evening, in central Connecticut.
BUT NOTE: Starting in spring 2014 we no longer hold regular meetings due to the lack of a permanent meeting location (except that we have occasionally held online meetings using GoToMeeting).

If you wish to receive (very occasional) EMail updates about CTAUG's activities, you are invited to join this Yahoo group. Requests to join should include a brief sentence or two that tells us that you are a real person (as opposed to a "bot") interested in Access.

This group is primarily for the discussion of CTAUG business such as meeting planning, projects, presentations, and suggestions about future directions the group might explore. Announcements of interest to our local members, such as of job opportunities, are also of course welcome.

General technical questions will probably not be answered through this Group, as there are many well-established Microsoft Access groups and support pages which probably already have answers to your specific questions. However, many sample databases, forms, queries, reports, code, etc. from past CTAUG meetings are available for download. Check under "Files" in this group..

Best Regards!
James King (acting president)
jimmiejo AtSymbol msn DotSymbol com

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  • 105
  • Development
  • Aug 7, 2006
  • English

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