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Microsoft Office Access 2003 for Windows: Visual QuickStart Guide (No Nonsense)by Steven A Schwartz
Synopses & Reviews
You don't need a computer programming degree to master Microsoft Access, the world's leading relational database solution for Windows. All you need to get quickly up-to-speed on the latest version of this powerful program is Access 2003 for Windows: Visual QuickStart Guide. The book's proven, task-based format guides you directly to the information you need and explains the program with easy-to-understand, step-by-step instructions and hundreds of screenshots. Before you know it you'll be creating database tools from scratch that store your data, make it easy to read and modify your database contents, analyze the data, and publish it all on the Web. After using the book to master the basics, you'll want to keep it handy as a must-have reference.
This title offers a quick and easy way to learn Access - Microsoft's database management software. The text provides step-by-step how-tos, screenshots and straightforward language.
About the Author
Steve Schwartz is the co-author of Microsoft Office v. X for Mac OS X: Visual QuickStart Guide. He has been a computer industry writer since the days of the early micros. Steve has written for dozens of major magazines and has authored over 40 computer and game books, including Visual QuickStart Guides for CorelDRAW 11, Entourage 2001, and Internet Explorer 5.
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