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Build robust database applications with Access 2010
Microsoft Access 2010 offers a rich set of features and design tools for storing, analyzing, and viewing data, along with the inherent ability to connect to a large variety of data sources. With this book, you'll discover the benefits of using the newest features to build small- to medium-scale database applications, integrate with other programs, create Web applications, and upgrade existing solutions.
Access 2010 Programmer's Reference:
Shows you how to program VBA and macros for Access, including use of error handling, best practices, and helpful tips
Provides code examples that demonstrate how to enhance and extend the functionality of Access applications
Shows when, why, and how to use DAO and ADO in VBA
Demonstrates how to build Access applications that leverage SharePoint®, SQL Server®, Excel®, XML, and other sources
Discusses deployment considerations, such as working with mixed platforms and versions, 64-bit Office, Access Runtime, Access and database security, and upgrading and conversions
Wrox Programmer's References are designed to give the experienced developer straight facts on a new technology, without hype or unnecessary explanations. They deliver hard information with plenty of practical examples to help you apply new tools to your development projects today.
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Teresa Hennig is a Microsoft Access MVP, and is President of the Seattle Access Group and the Pacific Northwest Access Developer Group. Her company, Data Dynamics NW, has been creating Access solutions since 1997.
Rob Cooper is a senior test lead at Microsoft. During the Access 2010 release, he led the team that worked on exciting new features such as the Macro Designer, Navigation Control, and Web Browser Control.
Geoffrey Griffith has more than 13 years experience with Access. He began his Access life working in Access 2.0 and eventually worked on the Microsoft Access Team for the Access 2007 release.
Jerry Dennison is a Microsoft Access MVP and has been developing custom and commercial Access applications since 1991. He is the owner of TradeIt! Software Support Services, an Access-based barter management solution.