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Access 2003 All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies
- Creating and modifying tables and entering and editing data
- Sorting, finding, and filtering data
- Creating queries, including update queries, action queries, and the Query Wizards
- Building forms with AutoForm and Wizards
- Creating charts and graphs from your data
- Maintaining, sharing, and securing your Access database
- Letting Access do the math, whether it’s calculating simple cost per unit or performing complex financial functions
Microsoft Office Access 2003 All-In-One Desk Reference For Dummies was written by three computer gurus: Alan Simpson, author of over 80 computer books; Margaret Levine Young, co-author of several dozen computer books, including The Internet for Dummies; and Alison Barrows, book author and writer and editor of technical documentation and training material. To give you hands-on experience and demonstrate practical applications of database management, there is a Web site that complements the book and features a fully functioning mail order management database used in examples throughout the book. You can download it and follow along as you explore:
- Working with external data sources such as Microsoft SQL Server
- Writing and debugging code
- Using data access pages (DAP) to share information on your intranet
With Access 2003 All-In-One Desk Reference For Dummies, you’ll discover how to put information to work for you.