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The Unofficial Guide to Access 2007

The Unofficial Guide to Access 2007

by Jim Keogh
     
 
The inside scoop...for when you want more than the official line!

Microsoft Access 2007 may be a major new update, but to use it with confidence, you'll need to know its quirks and shortcuts. Find out what the manual doesn't always tell you in this insider's guide to using Access 2007 in the real world. What's the best way to use the new features? What are

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The inside scoop...for when you want more than the official line!

Microsoft Access 2007 may be a major new update, but to use it with confidence, you'll need to know its quirks and shortcuts. Find out what the manual doesn't always tell you in this insider's guide to using Access 2007 in the real world. What's the best way to use the new features? What are "intelligent" forms? From setting up tables to encrypting databases, first get the official way, then the best way from an expert.

  • Unbiased coverage of how to get the most out of Access, from using the Quick Launch Toolbar and Office Button to building a database from scratch
  • Savvy, real-world advice on everything from using form views, PivotTables, and PivotCharts to writing questions in the form of a query
  • Time-saving techniques and practical guidance on creating smart macros, collaborating with others using SharePoint(r), and adding pizzazz to reports
  • Tips and hacks that help you work around Access quirks, avoid pitfalls, and increase your productivity
  • Sidebars and tables on sorting rules for special characters, predefined sizes for number data types, and more

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780470045978
Publisher:
Wiley
Publication date:
03/12/2007
Series:
Unofficial Guides Series
Pages:
638
Product dimensions:
6.10(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.40(d)

Meet the Author

Jim Keogh is on the faculty of New York University and Saint Peter's College in Jersey City, New Jersey where he teaches Microsoft Access and other computer courses. He was a member of the faculty at Columbia University where he developed the e-commerce tract. Keogh has spent decades developing applications for major Wall Street corporations and is the author of more than 70 books including Java Database Programming for Dummies, Unix Programming For Dummies, and Linux Programming For Dummies.

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