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Register now for May 27 user group session: No-code SharePoint solutions with Access 2013

Dublin at nightJoin us in Dublin on May 27 to learn how to build native SharePoint 2013 apps with Access 2013—no code skills required. With a rich UI and backed by SQL Server, the apps need little to no IT support. Microsoft Access team members Kevin Bell and Kevin Nickel will show you how end users can quickly build and customize native SharePoint applications with Access 2013 without writing any code.

Register now for this free event hosted by the SharePoint User Group Ireland at 6:30pm on May 27 at the Morgan Bar Hotel in downtown Dublin.

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