Paul Litwin, Ken Getz, and Mike Gunderloy are internationally recognized programmers, writers, and trainers. Litwin is the owner of Litwin Consulting and a founding partner of Deep Training, where he focuses on writing about Access, ASP.NET, and Visual Studio .NET. He is also the editor-in-chief of aspnetPRO. Getz is a senior consultant with MCW Technologies, where he focuses on development, training, and writing about Microsoft technologies. He speaks regularly at industry conferences. Gunderloy is an independent consultant and developer, coauthor of Mastering SQL Server 2000 and SQL Server Developer’s Guide to OLAP with Analysis Services, and author of Visual Basic Developer’s Guide to ADO, all from Sybex.
Access 2002 Developer's Set (Developer's Handbook Series)by Paul Litwin, Ken Getz, Mike Gunderloy
This two-volume set provides you with 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, covering the full range of Access desktop and enterprise applications. Filled with
Expert Instruction. Advanced Coverage. An Unbeatable Price.
This two-volume set provides you with 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, covering the full range of Access desktop and enterprise applications. Filled with scores of practical examples illustrating effective, elegant solutions to real-world challenges, these books provide the skills you need to be a professional Access developer.
Access 2002 Desktop Developer's Handbook
Design and Build Access Databases for Single Users and Small Workgroups
Design Forms and Reports That Meet Users' Exact Needs
Take Full Advantage of the Latest Access Functionality, Including New PivotTable and Pivot Chart Views and New Programmability Features
Access 2002 Enterprise Developer's Handbook
Publish Data on the Web with Data Access Pages
Take Advantage of Improved SQL Server Integration and XML Support
Tackle the Toughest Replication and Security Challenges
Put the New Office Web Components to Work in Your Access Applications
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Access 2002 Desktop Developer's Handbook - Have found the book to be very easy to understand, detailed, and comprehensive. Recommended to those with some development experience in Access 97, but requiring information regarding the new ADO versus DAO interface of Access 2002.