Professional Access 2000 programming

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Wrox Press, 2000 - Computers - 866 pages
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Access 2000 is the database of choice for many small to medium businesses. Using Access in conjunction with VBA, VB or ASP it is possible to develop sophisticated systems for storing and manipulating business data. Office 2000 and Access 2000 offer many new features that can be used with VB to create great user interfaces and applications. This book concentrates on the issues involved with this type of development, and shows how to create database-driven internet and intranet applications with Access as the underlying datastore.

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Access 2000 Overview
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Developing Access Applications
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Table of Contents
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Ian Blackburn founded LearnAboutWineTM (www.LearnAboutWine.com), Los Angeles' first wine education and event Web site, in 1995. Blackburn holds local board positions with the American Institute of Wine and Food and serves as a consulting Wine Educator for the Cordon Bleu's California School of Culinary Arts, the Learning Annex, and other major Southern California Institutions.

Allison Levine is the Director of Marketing, Public Relations, and Events for LearnAboutWineTM. Levine also holds a position on the local board of the American Institute of Wine and Food.

The Learning Annex is the largest alternative adult-education organization in the United States. It offers short, inexpensive courses on personal growth, business and career opportunities, showbiz and media, health and healing, sports and fitness, spirituality, relationships, technology, and many other subjects.