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Microsoft Access 2000 Bible

Microsoft Access 2000 Bible

Cary N. Prague, Michael R. Irwin

ISBN: 978-0-764-53286-3

May 1999

1272 pages

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Take charge of your data before it takes over your business. With expert advice from Cary Prague and Michael Irwin, you'll quickly master Access 2000's top database management capabilities -- and its revolutionary Web features. Using step-by-step instructions and practical examples, the authors demonstrate everything you need to know to organize, present, analyze, and share data efficiently over a corporate network or the Internet.

Part I: First Things First.

Chapter 1: What Is Access 2000?

Chapter 2: Installing and Running Access 2000.

Chapter 3: A Review of Database Concepts.

Chapter 4: A Hands-on Tour of Access 2000.

Chapter 5: A Case Study in Database Design.

Part II: Basic Database Usage.

Chapter 6: Creating Database Tables.

Chapter 7: Entering, Changing, Deleting, and Displaying Data.

Chapter 8: Creating and Using Simple Data-Entry Forms.

Chapter 9: Understanding and Using Simple Queries.

Chapter 10: Creating and Printing Simple Reports.

Chapter 11: Setting Relationships Between Tables.

Part III: Using Access in Your Work.

Chapter 12: Using Operators, Functions, and Expressions.

Chapter 13: Creating Relations and Joins in Queries.

Chapter 14: Creating Select Queries.

Chapter 15: Understanding Controls and Properties.

Chapter 16: Creating and Customizing Data-Entry Forms.

Chapter 17: Creating Great-Looking Forms.

Chapter 18: Adding Data-Validation Controls to Forms.

Chapter 19: Using OLE Objects, Graphs, and ActiveX Custom Controls.

Chapter 20: Creating and Customizing Reports.

Chapter 21: Presentation Quality Reports and Printing.

Chapter 22: Creating Calculations and Summaries in Reports.

Part IV: Advanced Database Features.

Chapter 23: Working with External Data.

Chapter 24: Advanced Select Queries.

Chapter 25: Creating Action Queries.

Chapter 26: Advanced Query Topics.

Chapter 27: Creating and Using Subforms.

Chapter 28: Creating Mailing Labels and Mail Merge Reports.

Part V: Applications in Access.

Chapter 29: An Introduction to Macros and Events.

Chapter 30: Using Macros in Forms and Reports.

Chapter 31: Creating Switchboards, Command Bars, Menus, Toolbars, and Dialog Boxes.

Chapter 32: Using Data Access Pages, Intranets, and the Internet.

Chapter 33: Using Access with the Microsoft Database Engine and SQL Server.

Chapter 34: Introduction to Applications with VBA.

Chapter 35: The Access 2000 Programming Environment.

Appendix A: Microsoft Access 2000 Specifications.

Appendix B: Mountain Animal Hospital Tables.

Appendix C: What's on the CD-ROM.

Appendix D: Object Cross-Reference Guide.

Appendix E: Chapter Cross-Reference Guide.


End-User License Agreement.

CD-ROM Installation Instructions.