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How to Do Everything with Access 2002 (How to Do Everything)by Virginia Andersen
Synopses & Reviews
Get results from the best-selling database management system with help from this expertly written guide. Learn to build databases for all your information management needs, from a simple address list to a complex inventory management system. Highly regarded database author Virginia Andersen shows you in step-by-step detail how to set up Access for storing, retrieving, and interpreting your data. Enter and edit data. Design tables for storing information. Retrieve specific information and present it in customized forms, reports, and dynamic data access pages. Let this friendly, solutions-oriented resource help you understand and employ all the data organizing tools available in Access 2003.
Here is the ideal resource for anyone who wants to get the most out of all the new and enhanced features Access has to offer. Learn the best methods for creating and customizing a new database, retrieving, processing, presenting, and exchanging data, securing your Access environment--and much more.
About the Author
Virginia Andersenhas written or contributed to nearly 25 books about PC-based applications.
Table of Contents
Part I: Get Started.
Chapter 1: Getting Acquainted with Access 2002.
Chapter 2: Creating a Database.
Chapter 3: Creating and Modifying Tables.
Chapter 4: Relating Tables.
Chapter 5: Entering and Editing Data.
Part II: Retrieve and Present Information.
Chapter 6: Sorting, Filtering, and Printing Records.
Chapter 7: Extracting Information with Queries.
Chapter 8: Creating Advanced Queries.
Chapter 9: Understanding Form and Report Design Basics.
Chapter 10: Creating Custom Forms and Subforms.
Chapter 11: Creating and Customizing Reports and Subreports.
Chapter 12: Creating Charts, PivotTables, and PivotCharts.
Part III: Improve the Access 2002 Workplace.
Chapter 13: Customizing the Workplace.
Chapter 14: Using Access to Improve Performance.
Chapter 15: Automating with Macros.
Chapter 16: Customizing Menus and Toolbars.
Chapter 17: Creating Custom Switchboards and Dialog Boxes.
Part IV: Exchange Data with Others.
Chapter 18: Exchanging Database Objects and Text.
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