Access 2003 Bible
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Part I: Creating Desktop Applications.
Section I: Working with Data Tables and Queries.
Chapter 1: Understanding Data.
Chapter 2: Creating and Building Tables.
Chapter 3: Entering Data into Tables and Forms.
Chapter 4: Creating and Understanding Relationships.
Chapter 5: Displaying Selected Data with Queries.
Chapter 6: Using Operators and Expressions in Multi-table Select Queries.
Chapter 7: Working with External Data.
Section II: Building Forms and Reports.
Chapter 8: Understanding the Many Uses of Forms and Controls.
Chapter 9: Building and Manipulating Forms and Controls.
Chapter 10: Creating Bound Forms and Placing Controls.
Chapter 11: Adding Data-Validation Features to Forms.
Chapter 12: Creating Professional-Looking Forms and Reports.
Chapter 13: Understanding and Creating Reports.
Chapter 14: Working with Subforms.
Chapter 15: Creating Calculations and Summaries in Reports.
Chapter 16: Presenting Data with Special Report Types.
Chapter 17: Using OLE Objects, Graphs, Pivot Tables/Charts, and ActiveX Controls.
Section III: Automating Your Applications.
Chapter 18: Understanding Visual Basic and the VBA Editor.
Chapter 19: Introduction to Programming and Events.
Chapter 20: Working with Expressions and Functions.
Chapter 21: Working with SQL, Recordsets, and ADO.
Chapter 22: Automating, Searches, Filters, and Query Parameters.
Chapter 23: Calling Subprocedures and Functions.
Chapter 24: Effective Debugging and Error Handling in VBA.
Chapter 25: Creating Switchboards, Command Bars, Menus, Toolbars, and Dialog Boxes.
Chapter 26: Programming Continuous Forms, Tab Dialogs, and Command Buttons.
Part II: Creating Enterprise Applications.
Section IV: Upsizing to SQL Server and MSDE 2000.
Chapter 27: Upsizing Data to a SQL Server Database.
Chapter 28: Working with Access Projects.
Chapter 29: Working with Access Projects and SQL Server Tables and Queries.
Part III: Creating Web Applications.
Section V: Creating Data Access Pages and Using XML and InfoPath.
Chapter 30: Using and Creating Access Objects for Intranets and the Internet.
Chapter 31: Building and Working with Data Access Pages.
Chapter 32: XML, Access, and InfoPath.
Part IV: Advanced Access Database Topics.
Chapter 33: Exchanging Data with Office Applications.
Chapter 34: Adding Security to Applications.
Chapter 35: Creating Help Systems.
Chapter 36: Working with Advanced Select Queries and Other Query Topics.
Chapter 37: Working with Action and SQL Queries.
Chapter 38: Increasing the Speed of an Application.
Chapter 39: Preparing Your Application for Distribution.
Part V: Appendixes and Reference Material.
Appendix A: Access 2003 Specifications.
Appendix B: Access Auto Auction Tables.
Appendix C: Using the CD-ROM Included with the Book.
Appendix D: Using Standard Naming Conventions.