Access Cookbook, 2nd Edition

Access Cookbook, 2nd Edition
Authors
Andy Baron, Kenneth Getz, Paul Litwin
ISBN
0596006780
Published
01 Mar 2004
Purchase online
amazon.com

Access power users and programmers at all levels, from the relatively inexperienced to the most sophisticated, will rely on the Access Cookbook, Second Edition for quick solutions to gnarly problems. Each of the book's "recipes" examine a particular problem--problems that commonly occur when you push the upper limits of Access, or those that are likely to trip up a developer attempting to design a more elegant Access application --even some things you never knew Access could do.

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Access power users and programmers at all levels, from the relatively inexperienced to the most sophisticated, will rely on the Access Cookbook, Second Edition for quick solutions to gnarly problems. Each of the book's "recipes" examine a particular problem--problems that commonly occur when you push the upper limits of Access, or those that are likely to trip up a developer attempting to design a more elegant Access application --even some things you never knew Access could do. Fully updated for Access 2003, it's also one of the first books to thoroughly explore new support for .NET managed code and XML. All of the practical, real-world examples have been tested for compatibility with Access 2003, Windows XP, and Windows Server 2003. This updated new edition also covers Access and SharePoint, Access and SmartTags, Access and .NET; and Access and XML.

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