Access 2007 VBA Bible

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Learn how to tap the full potential of Access 2007 Transfer Access data seamlessly between Microsoft Office applications—and that's just for starters. In this all-new, comprehensive guide by well-known Access expert Helen Feddema, you’ll learn to write Visual Basic code that automates Access database tasks, creates standalone scripts, extracts and merges data, and allows you to put together powerful solutions. Whether you’re a beginner or a power user, this is the book you need ...

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Overview

Learn how to tap the full potential of Access 2007 Transfer Access data seamlessly between Microsoft Office applications—and that's just for starters. In this all-new, comprehensive guide by well-known Access expert Helen Feddema, you’ll learn to write Visual Basic code that automates Access database tasks, creates standalone scripts, extracts and merges data, and allows you to put together powerful solutions. Whether you’re a beginner or a power user, this is the book you need to succeed with Access 2007.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780470047026
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 3/26/2007
  • Series: Bible Series, #467
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 720
  • Sales rank: 835,662
  • Product dimensions: 7.20 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 1.50 (d)

Meet the Author

Helen Feddema is one of the most highly respected experts on Microsoft Access. She is the author of several leading books on Microsoft Access, including the bestselling Microsoft Access Version 2002 Inside Out and Expert One-on-One Microsoft Access Application Development. She is the editor of Access Watch, for which she writes the Access Archon column. She is also an independent Access consultant.

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Table of Contents

About the Author.

Acknowledgments.

Introduction.

Part I: The Office Components and What They Do Best.

Chapter 1: Storing and Displaying Data in Access.

Chapter 2: Creating Word Documents from Access.

Chapter 3: Analyzing Data with Excel.

Chapter 4: Organizing and Communicating with Outlook.

Part II: Writing VBA Code to Exchange Data between OfficeComponents.

Chapter 5: Working with Access Data.

Chapter 6: Working with Word Documents and Templates.

Chapter 7: Working with Excel Worksheets.

Chapter 8: Working with Outlook Items.

Chapter 9: Working with Files and Folders.

Chapter 10: Working with External Data.

Chapter 11: Synchronizing Access and Outlook Contacts.

Chapter 12: Going Beyond the Basics.

Part III: Adding More Functionality to Office.

Chapter 13: Creating COM Add-ins with Visual Basic 6.

Chapter 14: Creating Access Add-ins.

Chapter 15: Customizing the Ribbon with XML in Access Databasesand Add-ins.

Chapter 16: Customizing the Access Ribbon with a Visual Studio2005 Shared Add-in.

Chapter 17: Creating Standalone Scripts with Windows ScriptHost.

Chapter 18: Working with SQL Server Data.

Index.

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