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New Perspectives on Microsoft Access 2000, Comprehensive

by Joseph J. Adamski

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Leading the way with new technology, the New Perspectives Series puts readers in the driver's seat with real-life cases that promote critical thinking and problem solving. All books in this series feature extensive, hands-on exercises that have helped thousands of readers learn and remember computer skills.-- Realistic Cases makes learning more meaningful for readers-- Critical Thinking and Problem Solving-- Users learn the features of a particular software package in the context of solving a real-world problem, rather than a laundry list of features-- Step-by-step guidance and screen shots keep users on track-- Quick Check questions enable users to check their progress-- Completion Time: 85+hrs. -- Office Suite books70+hrs. -- Complete40+hrs. -- Introductory

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