Paradox 7 for Windows 95 (Mastering)

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Mastering Paradox 7 for Windows 95 is a comprehensive guide to the latest release of Borland's popular database program. Written by best selling authors Alan Simpson and Celeste Robinson, this in-depth guide is packed with concise, easy-to-follow examples. It is specially designed to serve the needs of newcomers and advanced users alike. Learn Paradox in one evening. A special hands-on tutorial gets beginners off to a quick start. In just one sitting, you'll learn to create, edit, sort, and query tables; design ...
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Overview

Mastering Paradox 7 for Windows 95 is a comprehensive guide to the latest release of Borland's popular database program. Written by best selling authors Alan Simpson and Celeste Robinson, this in-depth guide is packed with concise, easy-to-follow examples. It is specially designed to serve the needs of newcomers and advanced users alike. Learn Paradox in one evening. A special hands-on tutorial gets beginners off to a quick start. In just one sitting, you'll learn to create, edit, sort, and query tables; design forms; print formatted reports; and use the Launcher Expert to create custom menus. Manage data more efficiently. Step-by-step coverage shows you how to create sleeker, smarter forms - whether you do it from scratch or with the Form Expert. Complete coverage of Paradox's new productivity tools includes everything from the Database Expert to the Merge Expert. Master a variety of sophisticated techniques. Learn to create advanced forms and reports, customize the Paradox environment, manage files and projects, and handle complex queries. A practical introduction to ObjectPAL shows you how to automate routine database tasks. Share data with anyone, anywhere. Discover Paradox's powerful workgroup features, and use Borland's SQL Link to access Oracle, SYBASE/Microsoft SQL Server, and other SQL databases.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780782117868
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 1/1/1996
  • Series: Mastering Series
  • Edition number: 4
  • Pages: 912
  • Product dimensions: 7.50 (w) x 9.02 (h) x 2.03 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction
1 Paradox for Windows: The Elements 1
2 Paradox for Windows 95 in an Evening 18
3 Getting Around in Paradox 46
4 Designing and Creating Tables 70
5 Database Design with Multiple Tables 114
6 Entering and Editing Table Data 148
7 Viewing and Printing Table Data 204
8 Querying Your Tables 264
9 Tools for Creating Design Documents 318
10 Creating Custom Forms 392
11 Designing and Printing Formatted Reports 432
12 Charts and Crosstabs 488
13 Customizing Paradox for Windows 532
14 Managing Your Files and Projects 546
15 Advanced Queries and Calculations 596
16 Advanced Form and Report Techniques 640
17 Automating Your Work 680
18 Updating Tables Automatically 718
A Installing Paradox 7 750
B Network and Mail Features 758
C Using Paradox with SQL Data 770
D Sharing Data with Other Applications 780
E Using Non-Paradox for Windows 95 Tables 800
F Summary of Design Object Properties 816
Index 833
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