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Trade Paperback, 356 pages.
Microsoft Access 2000 Development by Stephen Forte, Tom Howe and James Ralston.Que, July 1999.
Trade Paperback, 878 pages.
Microsoft Access is a very powerful database development tool which can seem complicated to developers not familiar with its many functions. This reference helps users with some previous experience with Access or a similar database program learn how to make the best use of this powerful Microsoft application and learn the new tools available with the 2000 edition. The comprehensive coverage of Access in the text includes creating database applications, creating complex reports, developing databases for use with servers and other databases, integration with other Microsoft applications, using Access databases on the web and many other uses. Additional coverage in the book includes: SQL queries, Oracle databases, VBA, ActiveX, normalization, ADO, database design, forms, reporting, client/server, designing applications, integration with Office 2000, JRO, replication, security and web publishing. The accompanying CD-ROM contains third-party software and examples programs and code from the book.
Access 2000 Development is an excellent reference for Access developers which provides detailed instruction about using Access 2000 effectively and also provides a variety of information about using Access with other Microsoft Applications including Word and Excel and non-Microsoft Applications such as Oracle and Sybase. A top notch tool for database application developers.
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