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By Ken Getz

ISBN-10: 0596552521

ISBN-13: 9780596552527

Not a reference booklet, and never an academic both, the hot moment version of the extremely popular Access Cookbook is an uncommonly precious number of suggestions to difficulties that entry clients and builders are inclined to face as they try and construct more and more advanced applications.

Although utilizing any unmarried "recipe" within the e-book will greater than pay again the price of the publication when it comes to either hours kept and frustration thwarted, Access Cookbook , moment variation is far greater than a convenient collection of cut-and-paste code.

Each of the "recipes" study a specific problem--problems that in general take place in the event you push the higher limits of entry, or ones which are more likely to journey up a developer trying to layout a extra based entry application--even a few stuff you by no means knew entry might do. The authors then, in a transparent, obtainable, step by step sort, current the issues' answer. Following every one "recipe" are insights on how entry works, capability pitfalls,...

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You'll find that cboAlbumID appears blank on all rows that have a different artist than the one selected on the current row. That's because the bound column in cboAlbumID is not the displayed column (the bound AlbumID column has a column width of 0). Access can't display a value that's not in the current row source unless it's in the bound column. 5 in Chapter 7. 3 in Chapter 8.  Make Formatted Date Columns Sort Correctly in a Crosstab Query Problem If you have a crosstab query that uses the built-in Format function to convert dates into text for column headings, Access sorts them alphabetically (Apr, Aug, and so on) rather than chronologically.

You'll also discover how you can use an ADP to connect to multiple SQL Server databases at once, even though the ADP seems to force you to select a single one. Chapter 15 As powerful as Data Access Pages are, they only represent one way to gain access to your Access data from a browser. This chapter introduces you to other Microsoft Office web technologies you can use to "webify" your Access databases. You'll learn how to use Microsoft FrontPage to create a web form that posts its data to an Access database.

This chapter introduces the Printer object and its properties, allowing you to perform tricks that were difficult, if not impossible, in earlier versions. (Although many of the chapter databases will work in Access 2000, this chapter's examples will not. ) Chapter 6 This chapter concentrates on working with data in ways that traditional database operations don't support. You'll learn how to filter your data, back it up, locate it on the filesystem, calculate a median, perform sound-alike searches, save housekeeping information, and more.

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