Microsoft Access 97 Developer's Handbook: Create Robust Databases Develop Custom Interfaces

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This is the book for everyone who wants to use Microsoft Access 97 and its built-in Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) 32-bit programming language to develop and distribute information systems, custom interfaces, and custom database applications. It brings a wealth of information to power users and developers who want to build effective information systems in less time and at lower cost. Microsoft Access 97 Developer's Handbook covers working in the Visual Basic for Applications environment, creating ...
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Overview


This is the book for everyone who wants to use Microsoft Access 97 and its built-in Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) 32-bit programming language to develop and distribute information systems, custom interfaces, and custom database applications. It brings a wealth of information to power users and developers who want to build effective information systems in less time and at lower cost. Microsoft Access 97 Developer's Handbook covers working in the Visual Basic for Applications environment, creating applications that look and feel like products for Windows operating systems, accessing and manipulating your database through DAO, easily automating tasks based in Microsoft Access, using ActiveX with Microsoft Access, and integrating intranets and the Internet into your database applications.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781572313583
  • Publisher: Microsoft Press
  • Publication date: 2/26/1997
  • Series: Solution Developer Series
  • Edition description: BK&CD-ROM
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 768
  • Product dimensions: 7.20 (w) x 9.13 (h) x 1.60 (d)

Meet the Author


O'Brien is an active committer in the Jakarta Commons, a subproject of the Apache Software Foundation's Jakarta project. As a consultant, Tim tries to encourage the adoption of open source software and nudge organizations to view community participation as an essential strategy. He studied Computer Engineering at the University of Virginia.
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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments
Introduction
1 The ABCs of VBA 3
2 Creating Solutions Using Custom Procedures 59
3 Error Handling and Debugging 85
4 The File Backup Application 117
5 User Interface and Application Design 133
6 Enhancing Your Applications 169
7 Coding with Forms and Reports 189
8 Solutions with Forms 269
9 Data Access Objects (DAO) 293
10 Accessing Data Using DAO 353
11 Creating Multiuser Solutions 403
12 Implementing Security 415
13 Transaction Processing and Secure Solutions 449
14 Using ActiveX with Microsoft Access 471
15 Accessing the World Wide Web 495
A Using Dynamic-Link Libraries (DLLs) 541
B Creating Windows Help Files 563
Index 571
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