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  • Posted March 30, 2009

    I Also Recommend:

    Access 2007: The Missing Manual - A must have.

    Pretty much anything with O'Reilly Media as the publisher is worth having. In this case, I started with "Office 2007: The Missing Manual," which is great for most of the general/beginner-intermediate Office 2007 users (Note: it only covers Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Access.) However, if you're looking to do more with your Access, including some of the more powerful queries, reports, etc., then you need to go with this book. (I can only assume that it is the same with the other three programs covered in the Office 2007 book.)
    Over the years, I have purchased many books about different software, and have wasted a lot of money on most. However, and I can't emphasize this enough, I have NEVER been disappointed with O'Reilly books. If you're looking for a printed manual about a specific topic/software, the FIRST place you should look is O'Reilly's "... The Missing Manual" series. And best of all, if you need more than what that book has, it will tell which book to purchase to get it. (ex. from page 727 of the "Office 2007: The Missing Manual" - "Crosstab Query Wizard generates a crosstab query, which lets you summarize large amounts of data using different calculations. You can find more on this advanced topic in 'Access 2007: The Missing Manual.'"
    Oh, and out of 14 different criteria on which to rate the book, the only place I gave it less than 5 stars was for "Compelling." I mean, let's face it ... it's not Stephan King.

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  • Posted December 3, 2011

    Awesome

    I am a beginner and this nails it. Best Access book I have ever come across. Easy to understand and extremely useful.

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