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The ultimate guide to the best-selling database program!
Create a well-organized, highly responsive Access database that makes your data make sense. Access 2000: The Complete Reference explains everything from installing and configuring a relational database to sharing your data across an intranet or the Internet to integrating your database with other Office programs. With this definitive resource, you'll be able to build a comprehensive solution, analyze trends and relationships in data, make sound business decisions based on your results - and be more productive!
Plus, the book serves as a study guide for the Microsoft Office User Specialist (MOUS) exam for Access 2000. Use the skills reviews in the relevant chapters with the TEST YOURSELF questions on CD to determine if your skills meet the requirements for passing the exam.
Inside, you'll find out how to: Set up any one of more than 10 database automatically Streamline your work - use wizards to query, filter, and analyze database Generate custom forms and reports Share dynamic or static database information across an intranet of the internet instantly Convert data from different sources into a variety of formats with the Import/Export Wizard Grant multiple users from remote locations access to your databases Integrate your Access database with other Office 2000 programs to build a complete business solution.
Access is the leading database of choice for individuals andcorporations looking to manage data easily, share information over intranets and the Internet, and build faster business solutions. Complete details on every aspect of creating, customizing, and maintaing an Access database. Full coverage of Web applications--hyperlinks, Web publishing, HTML output, importing, exporting, and linking. Explains how to integrate Access with theother components of the #1 Office Suite. CD-ROM contains hundreds of practice exam questions covering the material on the Access segment of the MOUS exam.
Featuring a day-and-date release, MOUS-compliant content, self-assessment CD-ROM, this text provides a comprehensive reference to Microsoft Access 2000.
Table of Contents
Office Introduction--What's New in 2000.
Entering and Editing Data.
Using the Database Wizard.
Creating Advanced Queries.
Rearragning and Filtering Records.
Creating Forms and Report Designs.
Automating with VBA.
Exchanging Database Objects.
Exchanging Data with Outside Sources.
Accessing the Internet.
Developing an Application for an End User.