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Access 97 Developer's Set (Developer's Handbook Series)

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Here is THE complete, essential, life-saving kit for all Access developers--two "must-have" books packaged together in a box: Access 97 Developer's Handbook and VBA Developer's Handbook. Designed to complement one another, both of these books are written by the most respected Access and VBA experts. Readers are guaranteed to learn everything they need to know to develop bullet-proof Access applications, and more. This box set delivers two highly acclaimed books, two CDs loaded with reusable code and tools, and a ...
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Overview

Here is THE complete, essential, life-saving kit for all Access developers--two "must-have" books packaged together in a box: Access 97 Developer's Handbook and VBA Developer's Handbook. Designed to complement one another, both of these books are written by the most respected Access and VBA experts. Readers are guaranteed to learn everything they need to know to develop bullet-proof Access applications, and more. This box set delivers two highly acclaimed books, two CDs loaded with reusable code and tools, and a $20 savings. What more can we say?
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780782122077
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 12/15/1997
  • Series: Developer's Handbook Series
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 2560
  • Product dimensions: 7.76 (w) x 9.50 (h) x 4.74 (d)

Meet the Author

Paul Litwin is editor of Pinnacle's SmartAccess, the leading Access developers' magazine. He is also lead author on Sybex' Access 2 Developer's Handbook , and Access 95 Developer's Handbook. Ken Getz and Mike Gilbert are MVPs on Microsoft's Access CompuServe Forum. Both are co-authors on Sybex' aforementioned Access Developer's Handbooks and VBA Developer's Handbook.
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Table of Contents

Part I Overview of Access
Chapter 1: What's New in Access 97
Chapter 2: The Access Event Model
Chapter 3: Using VBA Class Modules
Part II Manipulating Data
Chapter 4: Database Design
Chapter 5: Access SQL
Chapter 6: Using Data Access Objects
Part III Presenting Data
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
Part IV Multiuser Issues
Chapter 12: Developing Multiuser Applications
Chapter 13: Mastering Replication
Chapter 14: Securing Your Application
Chapter 15: Developing Client-Server Applications
Part V Building Applications
Chapter 16: Error Handling and Debugging
Chapter 17: Application Optimization
Part VI Interoperability
Chapter 18: Accessing DLLs and the Windows API
Chapter 19: Harnessing Wizard Magic
Chapter 20: Using Access as an Automation Client
Chapter 21: Controlling Access as an Automation Server
Part VII Finishing Touches
Chapter 22: Building Add-Ins
Chapter 23: Web-Enabling Your Applications
Chapter 24: Using Source Code Control
Appendixes
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