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Access Cookbook 2ND Editionby Ken Getz
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Not a reference book, and not a tutorial either, the new second edition of the highly regarded Access Cookbook is an uncommonly useful collection of solutions to problems that Access users and developers are likely to face as they attempt to build increasingly complex applications.Although using any single "recipe" in the book will more than pay back the cost of the book in terms of both hours saved and frustration thwarted, Access Cookbook, Second Edition is much more than a handy assortment of cut-and-paste code.Each of the "recipes" examine a particular problem--problems that commonly occur when you push the upper limits of Access, or ones that are likely to trip up a developer attempting to design a more elegant Access application--even some things you never knew Access could do. The authors then, in a clear, accessible, step-by-step style, present the problems' solution. Following each "recipe" are insights on how Access works, potential pitfalls, interesting programming techniques that are used in the solution, and how and why the solution works, so you can adapt the problem-solving techniques to other similar situations.Fully updated for Access 2003, Access Cookbook, Second Edition is also one of the first books to thoroughly explore new support for .NET managed code and XML. All of the practical, real-world examples have been tested for compatibility with Access 2003, Windows XP, and Windows Server 2003. This updated new edition also covers Access and SharePoint, Access and SmartTags, Access and .NET; and Access and XML.Access power users and programmers at all levels, from the relatively inexperienced to the most sophisticated, will rely on the Access Cookbook for quick solutions to gnarly problems. With a dog-eared copy of Access Cookbook at your side, you can spend your time and energy where it matters most: working on the interesting facets of your Access application, not just the time-consuming ones.
Book News Annotation:
Intended for experienced Access database developers familiar with Visual Basic for Applications, the 170 tips provided in this book suggest advanced approaches to user interface and programming tasks, such as queries, reports, optimization, multi-user applications, Windows APIs, and automation. The second edition adds four chapters on SharePoint, smart tags, Microsoft .NET, and XML. The CD-ROM contains Access databases.
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The 'Access Cookbook', second edition is updated for Access 2003 and explores new support for .NET managed code and XML. All of the examples have been tested for compatibility with Access 2003, Windows XP, and Windows Server 2003. This new edition also covers Access with SharePoint, SmartTags, .NET; and XML.
Access power users and programmers at all levels, from the relatively inexperienced to the most sophisticated, will rely on the "Access Cookbook, Second Edition for quick solutions to gnarly problems. Each of the book's "recipes" examine a particular problem--problems that commonly occur when you push the upper limits of Access, or those that are likely to trip up a developer attempting to design a more elegant Access application --even some things you never knew Access could do. Fully updated for Access 2003, it's also one of the first books to thoroughly explore new support for .NET managed code and XML. All of the practical, real-world examples have been tested for compatibility with Access 2003, Windows XP, and Windows Server 2003. This updated new edition also covers Access and SharePoint, Access and SmartTags, Access and .NET; and Access and XML.
About the Author
Ken Getz is a senior consultant with MCW Technologies and splits his time between programming, writing, and training. He specializes in tools and applications written in Visual Studio .NET and Visual Basic. Ken is co-author of best-selling several books, including Access 2002 Developer's Handbooks with Paul Litwin and Mike Gunderloy, Visual Basic Language Developer's Handbook with Mike Gilbert, and VBA Developer's Handbook with Mike Gilbert (Sybex). He co-wrote several training courses for Application Developer's Training Company (www.appdev.com), including VB.NET, ASP.NET, Access 2000 and 97, Visual Basic 6, and Visual Basic 5 seminars.He has also recorded video training for AppDev covering VB.NET, ASP.NET, VB6, Access 2000, and Access 97. Ken is a frequent speaker at technical conferences and spoken often at Microsoft's Tech-Ed conference. Ken's also a technical editor for Access-VB-SQL Advisor magazine and a columnist for Informant Publications' asp.netPRO magazine.
Paul Litwin is the president of Litwin Consulting, providing development, mentoring, and training in ASP, ASP.NET, Visual Basic, SQL Server, XML, Microsoft Access, and related technologies. Paul was the founding editor of the Smart Access Newsletter and recently became the editor-in-chief of asp.netPRO Magazine(www.aspnetpro.com). He is the author of a number of books, articles, and training materials on Access, VBA, Web development, ASP, and ASP.NET. Paul is one of the founders of Deep Training, a developer-owned training company providing training on Microsoft.NET (www.deeptraining.com). He is the conference chair of Microsoft ASP.NET Connections (www.asp-connections.com) and Office Developer Connections (www.msofficeconnections.com) and speaks regularly at other industry events, including Microsoft TechEd and Microsoft Office Deployment and Development Conference.
Andy Baron is a senior consultant at MCW Technologies, a Microsoft MVP (Most Valuable Professional) since 1995, and a contributing editor for Advisor Media and Pinnacle Publications. Andy is co-author of the Microsoft Access Developers Guide to SQL Server (Sams), and he writes and presents courseware for Application Developers Training Co.
Table of Contents
PrefaceChapter 1: QueriesChapter 2: FormsChapter 3: ReportsChapter 4: ApplicationsChapter 5: PrintersChapter 6: DataChapter 7: VBAChapter 8: OptimizationChapter 9: User InterfaceChapter 10: Multiuser ApplicationsChapter 11: Windows APIsChapter 12: AutomationChapter 13: Data Access PagesChapter 14: SQL ServerChapter 15: Office Web and SharePointChapter 16: Smart TagsChapter 17: .NETChapter 18: XMLColophon
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