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I'm working on a Access database which generates some mails with mail merge called from VBA code in the Access database. The problem is that if I open a new Word document and start the mail merge (VBA), Word opens the same Access database (which is already open) to get the data. Is there any way to prevent this? So that the already opened instance of the database is used?

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Dial-up Internet access is a form of Internet access that uses the facilities of the public switched telephone network (PSTN) to establish a connection to an Internet service provider (ISP) by dialing a telephone number on a conventional telephone line. Dial-up connections use modems to decode audio signals into data to send to a router or computer, and to encode signals from the latter two devices to send to another modem at the ISP.

In 1979, Tom Truscott and Jim Ellis, graduates of Duke University, created an early predecessor to dial-up Internet access called the Usenet. The Usenet was a UNIX based system that used a dial-up connection to transfer data through telephone modems.[2] Dial-up Internet has been around since the 1980s via public providers such as NSFNET-linked universities. The BBC established Internet access via Brunel University in the United Kingdom in 1989.[3] Dial-up was first offered commercially in 1992 by Pipex in the United Kingdom and Sprint in the United States.[4][5] After the introduction of commercial broadband in the late 1990s,[6] dial-up Internet access became less popular in the mid-2000s. It is still used where other forms are not available or where the cost is too high, as in some rural or remote areas.[7][8] For example, it can be noted that Alabama and Georgia has a much higher percentage of people using dial-up compared with the rest of the U.S. [9][10]

Because there was no technology to allow different carrier signals on a telephone line at the time, dial-up internet access relied on using audio communication. In exactly the same way that one might pick up the phone and talk to someone, a modem would take the digital data from a computer, modulate[11] it into an audio signal and send it to a receiving modem. This receiving modem would demodulate[11] the signal from analogue noise, back into digital data for the computer to process.

Dial-up connections to the Internet require no additional infrastructure other than the telephone network and the modems and servers needed to make and answer the calls. Because telephone access is widely available, dial-up is often the only choice available for rural or remote areas, where broadband installations are not prevalent due to low population density and high infrastructure cost.[8] Dial-up access may also be an alternative for users on limited budgets, as it is offered free by some ISPs, though broadband is increasingly available at lower prices in many countries due to market competition.[citation needed]

A 2008 Pew Research Center study stated that only 10% of US adults still used dial-up Internet access. The study found that the most common reason for retaining dial-up access was high broadband prices. Users cited lack of infrastructure as a reason less often than stating that they would never upgrade to broadband.[14] That number had fallen to 6% by 2010,[15] and to 3% by 2013.[16]

Broadband Internet access via cable, digital subscriber line, wireless broadband, mobile broadband, satellite and FTTx has replaced dial-up access in many parts of the world. Broadband connections typically offer speeds of 700 kbit/s or higher for two-thirds more than the price of dial-up on average.[15] In addition, broadband connections are always on, thus avoiding the need to connect and disconnect at the start and end of each session. Broadband does not require the exclusive use of a phone line, and thus one can access the Internet and at the same time make and receive voice phone calls without having a second phone line.

However, many rural areas remain without high-speed Internet, despite the eagerness of potential customers. This can be attributed to population, location, or sometimes ISPs' lack of interest due to little chance of profitability and high costs to build the required infrastructure. Some dial-up ISPs have responded to the increased competition by lowering their rates and making dial-up an attractive option for those who merely want email access or basic Web browsing.[19][20]

Video games released from the mid-1990s to the mid-2000s that utilized Internet access such as EverQuest, Red Faction, Warcraft 3, Final Fantasy XI, Phantasy Star Online, Guild Wars, Unreal Tournament, Halo: Combat Evolved, Audition, Quake 3: Arena, Starsiege: Tribes and Ragnarok Online, etc., accommodated for 56k dial-up with limited data transfer between the game servers and user's personal computer. The first consoles to provide Internet connectivity, the Dreamcast and PlayStation 2, supported dial-up as well as broadband. The GameCube could use dial-up and broadband connections, but this was used in very few games and required a separate adapter. The original Xbox exclusively required a broadband connection. Many computer and video games released since the mid-2000s do not even include the option to use dial-up. However, there are exceptions to this, such as Vendetta Online, which can still run on a dial-up modem.

First, and easiest, is simply having 1,000 Reels views over the last 30 days. If you meet this requirement, you may get a push notification from Instagram to start creating with a Bonus added. (Some sources suggest you need 10,000 followers as well, but this is questionable. Personally, all my accounts that have access to this are over 10,000 followers, but this is obviously a limited sampling.)

Second, and far harder to access, is a second program for those with 10,000 followers, five+ Reels videos, and 600,000+ minutes of viewing in 60 days to place ads on top of your Reels. These seem few and far between from a user side, so it is unlikely that most creators hit that 600,000-minute viewing target.

Get started: The challenges feature can only be accessed via invitation at the moment, and it seems that Facebook is targeting influencers with follower counts in the high hundred thousands or millions. Once the invite is accepted, the first challenge must be completed within 30 days or the feature will expire.

Taxpayers who are unable to get missing forms from their employer or other payer can access their tax records including transcripts of past tax returns, tax account information, wage and income statements, and verification of non-filing letters by:

Although my code is making no changes, accessing the value of visibleCells, wrapping the code in a beginUpdates / endUpdates pair allows it to complete without the "Attempted to access the table view's visibleCells while they were in the process of being updated" error.

Is there an update or a fix for this? We are having the same issue. We have a cell with a UITextField and we just update the text of the text field. We also make UITextField inside one of the cells first responder. The app crashes with exception 'NSInternalInconsistencyException', reason: 'Attempted to access the table view's visibleCells while they were in the process of being updated, which is not allowed.

Using your booking code you have access to all your flights. You can make an advance seat reservation, rebook or cancel a flight, request special meals and book a Rail&Fly ticket at any time. You can also book a hotel or a rental car directly, or even take out travel insurance.In addition, you can enter passport and visa information, and enter details for the Secure Flight program.

After login, you will get an overview of all your bookings in your profile and you can manage these quickly and easily. Carry out upgrades, receive special access to advance seat reservation as a status customer and benefit from automated check-in.You can also update your saved preferences, contact and frequent flyer details at any time.

A similar feature is currently being tested on Instagram. Users with access to the feature will be able to pin posts to the top of their profile, making their favorite or most popular posts immediately visible to new followers.

While only major brands like Abercrombie & Fitch and Bobbi Brown Cosmetics are participating this year, it will be interesting to see if more advertisers will gain access to live shopping features on a more regular basis. Stay tuned!

On April 26th, the ATT was officially launched. Apps must get user permission to track data, and they also explain why you want to track additional user information (like their emails) when submitting your app to Apple for review.

While some of these resources were already available across Instagram, they were now brought to one central location. The hope is that it will be easier for business accounts to access and discover tools that are well-suited to assist them. And Instagram did note that they plan on adding to this tool overtime, so keep an eye out.

In October, over 50,000 creators received access to the feature, and in November they temporarily matched badge earnings to support creators during the tough economic times. In addition to expanding more within the US, badges were expanded to France, Italy, Germany, the UK, Australia, Japan, Mexico, Turkey, and Brazil. 041b061a72


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