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This book is for the Access user who already has a basic knowledge of databases, and the basic objects of an Access database, and now wishes to expand on their existing knowledge of Access by learning to program in VBA. No prior knowledge of programming is necessary.
This book will also be useful to readers who have programmed a little in other languages, perhaps Visual Basic or VBScript, and need a primer into VBA and its use within Access. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
If you are using Access and want to go to the next level, you need to learn VBA. As part of Visual Basic®, VBA allows you to use some of the tremendously powerful programming techniques. In this book, we show you how VBA gives you complete control over the way your users view and interact with your Access databases.
This is the next level of Access skills, presented to you here in a clear tutorial style.
This book is a revision of the best-selling "Beginning Access 97 VBA" and "Beginning Access 2000 VBA" books, reworked to provide a rich and comprehensive guide to programming Access 2002 with VBA.
Who is this book for?
This book is designed for people with experience using Access databases, who now want to learn how to program them with VBA. No prior knowledge of programming is needed.
This book is also a useful reference and tutorial for those with some VBA experience or knowledge of other programming languages.
In this book you will learn how to:
"We picked up "Beginning Access 2000 VBA" because we needed to be productive quickly. This is the one book that will take you from playing with Access to programming in Access. This book became a favorite with those that had no programming experience and with our experienced programmers too. We ended up having to buy more copies."
Norm Yates (Network Manager, Maine Maritime Academy, USA) on the previous edition.
All wrox books ship without CDs. You are supposed to download the code from their website.
Shame on you who can't be bothered to visit their site even once!
The book itself is GREAT! Lots of great concepts and tips, etc. The only problem is the book ships with a CD that does not have all of the chapter examples! Read morePublished on March 15 2004