Alison Balter's Access 95 Development, with CD-ROM (Mastering)

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Overview

Readers will learn to solve simple and complex programming problems. They will also obtain a library of functions and skills which can be used in all of their development projects.
  • Covers tables, forms, queries, reports, advanced VBA techniques, objects, properties, debugging, and more
  • Provides the most concise and valuable information of Access 95 development
  • CD-ROM includes source code from the book and powerful utilities
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780672309441
  • Publisher: Sams
  • Publication date: 8/1/1996
  • Series: Mastering Series
  • Edition description: Premier Edition
  • Pages: 1006
  • Product dimensions: 7.32 (w) x 9.02 (h) x 2.13 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction
Pt. I Building a Foundation for Your Access Applications 1
1 Introduction to Access Development 3
2 A Strategy For Developing Access Applications 25
3 What Every Developer Needs to Know About Tables 39
4 Relationships: Your Key to Data Integrity 65
5 What Every Developer Needs to Know About Query Basics 79
6 What Every Developer Needs to Know About Form Basics 111
7 What Every Developer Needs to Know About Report Basics 157
Pt. II Utilizing VBA to Build Powerful Applications 197
8 VBA 101: The Basics of VBA 199
9 Advanced Visual Basic for Applications Techniques 229
10 The Real Scoop on Objects, Properties, and Events 259
11 What Are Macros and When Do You Need Them? 289
12 Advanced Query Concepts 315
13 Let's Get More Intimate with Forms: Advanced Techniques 353
14 Let's Get More Intimate with Reports: Advanced Techniques 399
15 What Are Data Access Objects and Why Are They Important? 427
Pt. III What to Do When Things Don't Go As Planned 457
16 Debugging: Your Key to Successful Development 459
17 Handling Those Dreaded Runtime Errors 481
Pt. IV Preparing Your Applications for a Multiuser Environment 505
18 Developing for a Multiuser Environment 507
19 Utilizing External Data 533
20 Client/Server Techniques 559
21 Client/Server Strategies 583
22 Transaction Processing 593
23 Optimizing Your Application 609
24 Replication Made Easy 629
Pt. V Extending the Power of Access 663
25 OLE: Communicating with Other Applications 665
26 Using OLE Controls 691
27 Leveraging Your Application: Creating Your Own Libraries 721
28 Working with and Creating Add-Ins, Wizards, and Builders 735
29 External Functions: The Windows API 757
Pt. VI Putting the Final Polish on Your Application 777
30 Database Security Made Easy 779
31 Complex Security Issues 803
32 Documenting Your System 825
33 Database Maintenance Techniques 839
34 Developing a Help File 847
35 Distributing Your Application with the Access Developer's Toolkit 877
A Table Structures 911
B Naming Conventions 961
Index 967
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