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This two-volume set gives you the opportunity to buy the two most advanced guides to Access development at a significantly reduced price. Inside, you'll find unparalleled instruction from three internationally recognized Access experts, organized to reflect the very different requirements and techniques associated with desktop and enterprise Access development. Filled with scores of practical examples illustrating ...

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Overview

Expert Instruction. Advanced Coverage. An Unbeatable Price.

This two-volume set gives you the opportunity to buy the two most advanced guides to Access development at a significantly reduced price. Inside, you'll find unparalleled instruction from three internationally recognized Access experts, organized to reflect the very different requirements and techniques associated with desktop and enterprise Access development. Filled with scores of practical examples illustrating effective, elegant solutions to real-world challenges, these books will foster the skills you need to take your work-and your career-to the next level.

Access 2000 Developer's Handbook, Volume 1: Desktop Edition
Design, Build, and Refine Access Databases to Meet the Special Needs of Individuals and Small Workgroups
Design Forms and Reports That Meet Users' Exact Needs
Use Access as an Automation Client or Automation Server
Take Advantage of Shared Microsoft Office Programmability

Access 2000 Developer's Handbook, Volume 2: Enterprise Edition
Build and Deploy Scalable Enterprise-wide Applications
Develop Multi-User File-Server Applications
Create Web Pages that Connect to Access and SQL Server/MSDE Data
Manage Concurrency using Stored Procedures

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780782123715
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 12/27/1999
  • Series: Developer's Handbook Series
  • Edition description: Student Manual, Study Guide, etc.
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 2684
  • Product dimensions: 7.70 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 5.75 (d)

Meet the Author

Paul Litwin, Ken Getz, and Mike Gilbert are co-authors of Access 2, Access 95 and Access 97 Developer's Handbooks from Sybex. Gilbert and Getz co-authored VBA Developer's Handbook, also from Sybex. Litwin and Getz are co- and sole authors on related other books from other publishers. All three are MVPs on Microsoft's Access CompuServe Forum, and frequent contributors to Access, VBA, and Office Advisor Magazines.
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Table of Contents

Volume 1:

Foreword.

About the Authors.

Introduction.

Chapter 1: What’≥ New in Access 2000.

Chapter 2: The Access Event Model.

Chapter 3: Using VBA Class Modules.

Chapter 4: Database Design.

Chapter 5: Access SQL.

Chapter 6: ActiveX Data Objects.

Chapter 7: Controlling Controls.

Chapter 8: Topics in Form Design and Usage.

Chapter 9: Topics in Report Design.

Chapter 10: Controlling Your Printer.

Chapter 11: Shared Office Programmability.

Chapter 12: Using Access As an Automation Client.

Chapter 13: Access As an Automation Server.

Chapter 14: Error Handling and Debugging.

Chapter 15: Application Optimization.

Chapter 16: Accessing DLLs and the Windows API.

Chapter 17: Harnessing Wizard Magic.

Chapter 18: Building Add-Ins.

Appendix A: The Reddick VBA Naming Conventions, Version 6.

Appendix B: Startup and Global Options.

Appendix C: Data Access Objects.

Index.

Volume 2:

Introduction.

Chapter 1: What's New in Access 2000.

Chapter 2: Developing Multi-User Jet Applications.

Chapter 3: Designing Client-Server Applications.

Chapter 4: Creating SQL Server Databases.

Chapter 5: Creating Stored Procedures and Triggers.

Chapter 6: Using ActiveX Data Objects with Server Data.

Chapter 7: Developing ADP Applications.

Chapter 8: Securing Your Application.

Chapter 9: Mastering Replication.

Chapter 10: Creating Data Access Pages.

Chapter 11: Scripting Data Access Pages.

Chapter 12: Using the Office Web Components.

Chapter 13: Using Access as a Web Client.

Chapter 14: Publishing Access Data on the Web.

Chapter 15: Using Source Code Control.

Chapter 16: Setup and Deployment.

Appendix A: The Reddick VBA Naming Conventions, Version 6.

Appendix B: VBA versus VBScript.

Index.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 17, 2003

    C O M P R E H E N S I V E

    Amazingly comprehensive! For example, 4 chapters on Access Data Pages; I couldn't find that much on ADP from Microsoft. Whether you prefer to GUI or to code or mix the two, as I do, this huge collection has more esoteria in one place than anywhere else I could find. Don't hesitate to get it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 9, 2001

    Must Have

    This is a must have for any reference library. I have had the book set for over six month and have only skimmed through a few chapters. In the last week I used the books to build data access pages and found the book to be invaluable. I would recommend this book set to any one interested in pushing Access to the upper bounds. I would buy another book from the authors. Great work guys!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 26, 2000

    An Excellent Access 2000 Reference Set

    If you plan to develop applications with Access 2000 then this set of books should definately be on your list. I have been developing applications with Access 97 for several years and have developed sohisticated applications with the Access product. There have been many changes in the Access 2000 product and this book set has already saved me significant time as I have converted applications to run in the Access 2000 environment. The time I have saved (not to mention the frustration) have been worth many times the price I paid for these books. I evaluated many books by other authors before buying this set. It is my opinion that these are the best Access 2000 books on the market.

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