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Programming Microsoft Access 2000

by Rick Dobson

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Amazon.com Amazon.com Review (ISBN 0735605009, Paperback)

If you want to plunge deeper into the mysteries of Access and create dazzling data solutions, Programming Microsoft Access 2000 will serve up the solutions. With support for object linking and embedding database (OLE DB) and ActiveX Data Objects (ADO), Access databases have become easier to use, as long as their programmer's skill is up to the task.

You'll learn all about OLE DB and ADO support, as well as integration with SQL, Web access, multiuser issues, and Visual Basic for Applications with its readable text, snappy screenshots, and plentiful examples. (All code and samples are included on the companion CD-ROM). While you work through the examples and design your own solutions, you'll find the practical "look, see, do" style well-suited to hands-on programming instruction.

You'll also find the complete searchable text of the book on the accompanying CD-ROM, making it a more powerful reference tool, as well as third-party software to help you fine-tune your programming. Whether you're new to Access or upgrading to the 2000 version, Programming Microsoft Access 2000 will make your development jobs easier and more efficient. --Rob Lightner

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:08:21 -0400)

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