Access 97 for busy people: the book to use when there's no time to lose!
Having a hard time keeping essential information under control? Tired of retyping the same data into charts and tables? Now with Microsoft's new Access 97 and Busy People Books' timesaving learning approach, you dive into database essentials from forms to reports, even Web publishing, faster than you thought possible. From understanding database jargon to investigating mysteries of Access 97's graphs, macros, forms, and tables, Busy People Books aim to get you up and running quickly while offering you insights into how a program's powerful features can make you more productive.
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97 for Busy ACCESS 97 AutoCorrect AutoForm AutoNumber AutoReport blank CHAPTER chart checkbox choose click on Finish click on OK ClientID Clients table close column CompanyName contains Creating Custom Creating Forms criteria Crosstab Database and Tables Database window Database Wizard Datasheet view default delete deselect Design view double-click drag edit example field name fields you want File menu Filter By Form font Form Wizard Format menu Grid Input Mask insert Instant Databases Internet Internet Explorer Inventory label layout list and select look Macros Microsoft Microsoft Access mouse move object OK Cancel Open the database options Order Details Orders table password press ENTER primary key properties pull Query Wizard referential integrity relationship result set right-click run the query screen scroll select records shortcut menu Show shown in Figure sort subform switchboard text box toolbar Tools menu Windows 95 Wizard dialog box