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Pro Access 2010 Development [Paperback]

Mark Collins

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June 25 2011 1430235780 978-1430235781
Pro Access 2010 Development is a fundamental resource for developing business applications that take advantage of the features of Access 2010 and the many sources of data available to your business. In this book, you'll learn how to build database applications, create Web-based databases, develop macros and Visual Basic for Applications VBA tools for Access applications, integrate Access with SharePoint and other business systems, and much more. /> /> Using a practical, hands-on approach, this book will take you through all the facets of developing Access-based solutions, such as data modeling, complex form development, and user interface customizations. You'll then deploy your solution to the web and integrate it with other external data sources. This book is full of handy tricks to help you get the most out of what Access has to offer, including its comprehensive set of features and tools for collecting, using, and acting on business data, whether your data is in Access or stored on another platform. You'll also see how to smoothly integrate your applications with SQL Server databases and other Office programs, such as Outlook. What you'll learn How to build business applications that integrate local data, web-generated data, and data available from SQL Server and other sources How to develop VBA routines and macros to enhance the automation of your database How to deploy databases to your users and "web-ify" your application for access from anywhere How to secure access to your data and maintain its integrity How to integrate Access with SharePoint and other business applications Who this book is for This book is for intermediate to advanced Access developers who want to get up to speed with the new features available in Access 2010. Experienced Access users who want to begin developing code-based applications and project solutions in Access will also find this book useful. Table of Contents Introduction Defining and Relating Tables Using Data Macros Designing Queries Creating PivotTables Standard Forms Creating a CheckOut Form Creating a Customer Admin Form Enhancing Product Administration Enhancing the User Experience Branding with Themes and Styles Reports Upsizing Distributing the Application Publishing to the Web Integrating Outlook Using External Data Miscellaneous Features Security

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Mark Collins has developed software for over 25 years, mostly using the Microsoft stack. He has served many roles including development manager, architect, team lead, database administrator, and project manager. He has extensive experience in retail (point-of-sale and inventory) and customer relationship management (CRM) solutions. Mark currently serves as a senior software engineer for a nonprofit organization, providing a custom CRM, mail processing, and fulfillment system.


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5.0 out of 5 stars GREAT BOOK! July 31 2013
By Russ Gifford - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
This could be a text book for people looking to create nimble applications for small businesses. Except is doesn't read like a text book, which is a plus. While I have seen many of the pieces within this book in other books, I've never found ALL of them in ONE book - until now.

OK - have not gotten completely through it - and if you are experienced at creating and deploying Access databases / applications, it might be too simple. (I'd be surprised if that were so, but check out the look inside feature to see.)But starting simple is a good thing - it is perfect for people tackling this subject for the first time.

I still found some gems every few pages even in the basics of the beginning chapters!

But after skimming the first two or three chapters, I jumped in quickly when the subheading caught my attention! The author does a great job of integrating the VBA stuff into the book at every opportunity as well - another big plus!

I am enjoying this book - and learning from it. If I am every in the position to TEACH an Access Development class, trust me, this is the book I will use! And if you want to learn detailed tricks that Access can provide you as a developer's platform - this is the book for you!
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1.0 out of 5 stars Great book for a library database Sept. 8 2013
By Wizard - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
Call then me stupid but this book was harder to get help from from access help. The score was it helped in one out of about 10 questions.

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