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Creating Applications with Microsoft Access 2010 (The Get It Done Series)

Edward Jones

Format: Print Length

Language: English

Pages: 69

Publisher: Amazon Digital Services (March 11, 2012)

ISBN: B007JEOXNK

Format: PDF / Kindle / ePub

Size: 6.7 MB

Downloadable formats: PDF


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You are well past the basics; you are the expert that others look to when they need help getting the job done with Microsoft Access. Now, take your database skills to the next level! Learn to-

•Design tables and relationships for maximum effectiveness

•Learn the secrets of parameter query design to get the data you need on demand

•Design forms and reports that display and summarize data precisely as it is needed

•Put it all together by creating complete applications that others can use with no specialized Access training

Creating Applications with Microsoft Access 2010 is a get-it-done guide for developing complete custom applications using Microsoft Access, the world’s most popular Windows-based database management software. Microsoft Access is the corporate standard for creating desktop database solutions. If you are a power user who serves as the ‘office guru’ for everyday users of Access, or a developer for a corporate or government agency who must gain a familiarity with Access as a development platform for applications, you’ll find this book to be a must-read.

This book is designed for experienced Microsoft Access users who are learning to develop applications for the first time, as well as for experienced programmers who are moving to Microsoft Access from another development system. Creating Applications with Microsoft Access 2010 comes from the technical pen of Ed Jones, a longtime bestselling author of computer books who has sold a total of over one million books, including the popular Microsoft Access Developer's Guide, the Microsoft Office Bible, and Access 2000 Answers: Certified Tech Support.

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