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Access 2003 Programming by Example with VBA, XML, and ASP
This book is designed to take Access users to the next step--programming--and consists of six parts that cover an introduction to VBA programing AKO, DDL, event programming, ASP and XML.
Access 2003 Bible
* The most comprehensive reference on this popular database management tool, fully updated with the new features of Access "X" including increased use of XML and Web services
* Explores the new, tighter integration with SharePoint and BizTalk in Office "X" that enables greater flexibility for gathering and manipulating data
* Written by an international bestselling author team with several books to their credit, including previous editions of Access Bible
* Gets Access beginners started with hundreds of examples, tips, and techniques for getting the most from Access
* Offers advanced programming information for serious professionals
Absolute Beginner's Guide to Microsoft Office Access 2003
Microsoft Access 11 is a powerful, relational database software package that makes it easier for you to create and manage complex databases. With Access, you can create a database quickly from scratch or by using and Access database Wizard. Once you've created your database, Access provides all the tools you need to enter and manipulate data. Using Access, you can do the following:
* Quickly start a new database by using the Database Wizard.
* Create tables from scratch or by using a Wizard.
* Add and edit database information by using both tables and forms.
* Manipulate data in a number of tables by using queries and reports.
Access 2003 for Starters: Exactly What You Need to Get Started
Maybe you got Access as part of Microsoft Office and wonder what it can do for you and your household; maybe you're a small business manager and don't have a techie on staff to train the office in Microsoft Access. Regardless, you want to quickly get your feet wet--but not get in over your head--and Access 2003 for Starters: The Missing Manual is the book to make it happen.
Far more than a skimpy introduction but much less daunting than a weighty tech book, Access 2003 for Starters: The Missing Manual demystifies databases and explains how to design and create them with ease. It delivers everything you need--and nothing you don't--to use Access right away. It's your expert guide to the Access features that are most vital and most useful, and it's your trusted advisor on the more in-depth features that are best saved for developers and programmers.
Access is sophisticated and powerful enough for professional developers but easy and practical enough for everyday users like you. This Missing Manual explains all the major features of Access 2003, including designing and creating databases, organizing and filtering information, and generating effective forms and reports.
Bestselling authors, database designers, and programmers Scott Palmer, Ph.D., and Kate Chase are your guides for putting the world's most popular desktop data management program to work. Their clear explanations, step-by-step instructions, plenty of illustrations, and timesaving advice help you get up to speed quickly and painlessly.
Whether you're just starting out or you know you've been avoiding aspects of the program and missing out on much of what it can do, this friendly, witty book will gently immerse you in Microsoft Access. Keep it handy, as you'll undoubtedly refer to it again and again.
Beginning Access 2003 VBA
What is this book about?
Written by an Access programmer with more than 10 years of VBA experience, this is the perfect guide for Access users who are ready to take their databases to the next level, or for programmers who are new to Access or VBA. Veteran Access developer Denise Gosnell shows readers the ins and outs of Access VBA and provides plenty of source code, and fully developed sample applications to guide you along the way.
Not only do readers learn to build ?stand-alone? desktop applications, but readers also learn how to integrate Access applications with Web Services, and SQL Server.
10 Minute Guide to Microsoft(R) Access 2002
Because most people don't have the luxury of sitting down uninterrupted for hours at a time to learn Excel, this 10-Minute Guide focuses on the most often used features, covering them in lessons designed to take 10 minutes or less to complete. In addition, this guide teaches the user how to use Excel without relying on technical jargon, and by providing straightforward, easy-to-follow explanations and lists of numbered steps that tell the user which keys to press and which options to select.
Microsoft(R) Office Access 2007 Forms, Reports, and Queries
Develop your Microsoft Access expertise instantly with proven techniques
Let's face it: Microsoft Access is a large, intimidating program. Most people never progress beyond creating simple tables and using wizards to build basic forms and reports. At the same time, you need information and you know that what you seek is embedded somewhere in your Access database. Without a more sophisticated knowledge of how to extract and present that data, you're forced to rely on office gurus and overworked IT people to provide canned reports or one-size-fits-all solutions.
This book changes all that by giving you the skills to build efficient front-ends for data (forms), publish the results in an attractive and easy-to-read format (reports), and extract the data you need (queries). This book shuns the big Access picture and instead focuses intently on forms, reports, and queries. This in-depth approach will give you the knowledge and understanding you need to get at the data and prove the old saw that knowledge is power.
* Focuses on the three technologies that you must master to get the most out of Access: forms, reports, and queries.
* Avoids database theory in favor of practical know-how that you can put to use right away.
* Packed full of real-world examples and techniques to help you learn and understand the importance of each section.
* Covers what's new and changed in Microsoft Access 2007.
Hands-On Microsoft Access: A Practical Guide to Improving Your Access Skills
Millions of people use Microsoft Access, but only a small fraction of them are really comfortable with it. If you're ready to go ?beyond the wizards??and become a confident, highly effective Access user?Hands-On Microsoft Access was written for you.
In plain English, Bob Schneider helps you master crucial principles for building flexible, powerful databases. Discover how to enter data more easily, retrieve it more freely, manipulate it more successfully, analyze it with greater sophistication, and share it more effectively. Schneider's dozens of hands-on examples thoroughly demystify Access, and his friendly, conversational style makes it more approachable than ever before.
Hands-On Microsoft Access presents solutions for the challenges you're most likely to encounter, including
* How do Access objects and interfaces fit together, and when should I use each one?
* What's the best way for me to organize my fields into tables?
* How can I modify the tables, forms, and reports an Access wizard created for me?
* How can I design forms and reports for people to use more effectively?
* How do primary keys and relationships work, and why are they so important?
* How do I make sure my data stays consistent and accurate?
* How do I build queries that give me the right information?quickly, efficiently, and reliably?
* How do I use data from other sources, or deliver Access data to other people or programs?
* What are PivotTables and PivotCharts, what can I do with them, and how do I use them?
Written for Access 2003, this book also contains special instructions for Access 2002 users and extensive coverage of issues relevant to Access 95, 97, and 2000.
Microsoft Office Access 2003 Step by Step
This practical, hands-on tutorial expertly builds your skills with Microsoft Office Access 2003?one step at a time! With STEP BY STEP, you work at your own pace through easy-to-follow lessons and practice exercises to learn exactly the tools and techniques you need. Topics include: building a database; linking to data from other Microsoft applications, databases, and HTML and XML files; using forms, filters, queries, and reports to capture and analyze data; helping to prevent data corruption; sharing data over the Web; and more. The book also helps you prepare for the Microsoft Office Specialist exam for Access and makes a great on-the-job desk reference. The companion CD includes practice files you can use as you learn, as well as the Microsoft Office System Reference pack, which contains templates and clip art, an eBook of Step by Step, and four other eBooks: the Microsoft Office System Quick Reference; the Insider's Guide to Microsoft Office OneNote 2003; the Microsoft Computer Dictionary, Fifth Edition; and Introducing the Tablet PC. Designed for beginning and intermediate level users, STEP BY STEP puts you in charge of developing the skills you need, exactly when you need them!
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