Sams Teach Yourself Microsoft Access 2000 in 21 Days (Sams Teach Yourself S.)

Sams Teach Yourself Microsoft Access 2000 in 21 Days (Sams Teach Yourself S.)

by PaulCassel (Author)

Synopsis

Sams Teach Yourself Microsoft Access 2000 in 21 Days is a hands-on tutorial for users who want to learn Access by working through solid examples. This book shows you how to develop solid databases from start to finish. Focusing on Access databases on the desktop, the book also addresses implementing Access in a networked or client/server environment. Key topics included relational databases and the Access 2000 architecture, designing, building, and maintaining full feature database applications, implementing Data Access Pages, working with Visual Basic for Applications and the Visual Basic Editor, and publishing Access content to the WWW or intranet.

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Format: Paperback
Pages: 816
Edition: Pap/Cdr
Publisher: Sams
Published: 03 May 1999

ISBN 10: 0672312921
ISBN 13: 9780672312922
Book Overview: Sams Teach Yourself Microsoft Access 2000 in 21 Days is a hands-on tutorial for users who want to learn Access by working through solid examples. This book shows you how to develop solid databases from start to finish. Focusing on Access databases on the desktop, the book also addresses implementing Access in a networked or client/server environment. Key topics included relational databases and the Access 2000 architecture, designing, building, and maintaining full feature database applications, implementing Data Access Pages, working with Visual Basic for Applications and the Visual Basic Editor, and publishing Access content to the WWW or intranet.

Author Bio

Paul Cassel has been working with and programming personal computer database systems since the days of dBASE II on the original IBM PC. When Microsoft introduced Access 1.0, he quickly recognized it as a superior system for small computers and added Access programming to his consulting business. Since then he has won several MVP awards from Microsoft for demonstrated excellence in Access and is one of the pool of consultants Microsoft calls upon for design discussions about future versions of Access as well as other products. In addition to his consulting work, Paul teaches courses at Univ. of New Mexico. He has published hundreds of articles and numerous books on various computer topics, but his specialty and first love remains Access. Pamela Palmer is an independent consultant specializing in the development of applications using Access, Visual Basic, and Visual Basic for Applications. Pamela has over 15 years experience in the computer industry. She contributed to QUE's Using Visual Basic for Applications 5, Using Word 97, Using Excel 97, Using Project 98, Using Outlook 97 and Using Visual Basic 3 as well as co-authored Prima's Hands On Visual Basic 5. Although the majority of her time is spent developing applications, she divides the remainder of her time between writing books and training documentation and providing training to users and developers.