Synopses & Reviews
Part of the highly successful Shelly Cashman series, this comprehensive text offers a step-by-step, screen-by-screen approach that goes beyond the basics to teach introductory and advanced topics of Microsoft Access 2000. Covers Microsoft Access 2000 topics such as maintaining and querying a database, creating custom toolbars, menus, writing visual basic code, and more. This text includes nine complete projects that cover beginning and advanced Microsoft Access 2000 skills
Part of the highly successful Shelly Cashman Series, Microsoft Access 2002 Comprehensive Concepts and Techniques provides step-by-step instructions accompanied by full-color screen shots, helping students learn basic through expert-level skills quickly and easily.
About the Author
Gary Shelly, together with co-author Tom Cashman, wrote and published his first computer education textbook in 1969. Since then, more than twenty million copies of Shelly Cashman textbooks have been sold. In recent years, Gary, Tom, and a talented group of contributing authors have produced leading textbooks on computer programming, computer concepts, and application software.
Thomas J. Cashman
Thomas J. Cashman received his education at California State University, Los Angeles. In 1960, he established one of the first business data processing programs in the United States at Long Beach City College in California, where he taught and served as department head from 1960 to 1966.
In 1969, he began collaborating with Gary Shelly. Since that time, Cashman, Shelly, and a talented group of contributing authors have produced more than 186 leading textbooks on computer programming, computer concepts, and application software. He has also taught summer institutes for teachers at the University of Central Oklahoma, Memphis State University, and Purdue University.
The Shelly Cashman Series
Thirty-five years ago, computer educator Tom Cashman collaborated with Gary Shelly, one of his programming students, on their first book: IBM System/360 Assembler Language, published by Anaheim Publishing Company. With the success of this book, they formed a writing partnership that has endured to this day.
Shelly and Cashman soon became the best-selling authors in computer and computer programming education. In 1980, they published the first ever full-color Introduction to Computers text. Not only did they sell 1.8 million copies of this edition, they changed the face of the Introductory computer course forever. Today, the Shelly Cashman Series books, published by Course Technology, are used by thousands of educators and millions of students, all around the world.
Table of Contents
1. Creating a Database Using Design and Datasheet Views 2. Querying a Database Using the Select Query Window 3. Maintaining a Database Using the Design and Update Features of Access Web Feature: Publishing to the Internet Using Access Data Pages 4. Reports, Forms, and Combo Boxes 5. Enhancing Forms with OLE Fields, Hyperlinks, and Subforms 6. Creating an Application System Using Macros, Wizards, and the Switchboard Manager Integration Feature: Integrating Excel Worksheet Data to an Access Database 7. Creating a Report Using Design View 8. Customizing Forms Using Visual Basic for Applications (VBA), Charts, and PivotTable Objects 9. Administering a Database System Integration Feature: Using Access Data in Other Applications Appendices A: Microsoft Access 2000 Help System B: Publishing Office Web Pages to a Web Server C: Resetting the Access Menus and Toolbars D: Microsoft Office User Specialist Certification Program