Learn Access Now
by Allen Wyatt
Learn Access Now is designed to specifically teach beginners how to use Microsoft Access, but even longtime users of the program can learn something. To meet the needs of the largest audience, the book uses examples that work with Microsoft Access 2000. The techniques and the concepts covered, however, will work with all recent versions. From the contents: getting started with Access, Access in an hour, taking a closer look, creating another database, sorting and filtering information, using queries, printing tables, creating simple reports and custom forms, additional tools, Web features, data relationships, creating complex reports, importing and exporting information, data security, OLE, creating and using macros, dialog boxes and menus, Visual Basic for Applications.
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