Access 2010 Programmer's Reference (Google eBook)

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John Wiley & Sons, Oct 28, 2010 - Computers - 1272 pages
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A comprehensive guide to programming for Access 2010 and 2007

Millions of people use the Access database applications, and hundreds of thousands of developers work with Access daily. Access 2010 brings better integration with SQL Server and enhanced XML support; this Wrox guide shows developers how to take advantage of these and other improvements.

With in-depth coverage of VBA, macros, and other programming methods for building Access applications, this book also provides real-world code examples to demonstrate each topic.

Access 2010 Programmer's Referenceis a comprehensive guide to the best-of-breed techniques for programming Access applications.

Coverage Includes:

  • Introduction to Microsoft Access 2010
  • New Features
  • Upgrading and Converting to Access 2010
  • Macros in Access 2010
  • Using the VBA Editor
  • VBA Basics
  • Using VBA in Access
  • Creating Classes in VBA
  • Extending VBA with APIs
  • Working with the Windows Registry
  • Using DAO to Access Data
  • Using ADO to Access Data
  • Using SQL with VBA
  • Using VBA to Enhance Forms
  • Enhancing Reports with VBA
  • Customizing the Ribbon
  • Customizing the Office Backstage
  • Working with Office 2010
  • Working with SharePoint
  • Working with .NET
  • Building Client-Server Applications with Access
  • The Access 2010 Templates
  • Access Runtime Deployment
  • Database Security
  • Access 2010 Security Features
  

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I checked this book out at my local bookstore, but bought it here for about 1/2 price. The book is laid out very logically. It builds each step, adding comments as you go, rather than listing a page ... Read full review

Contents

Chapter 1 Introduction to Microsoft Access 2010
1
Chapter 2 New Features
13
Chapter 3 Upgrading and Converting to Access 2010
33
Chapter 4 Macros in Access 2010
63
Chapter 5 Using the VBA Editor
119
Chapter 6 VBA Basics
141
Chapter 7 Using VBA in Access
173
Chapter 8 Creating Classes in VBA
227
Chapter 19 Working with SharePoint
707
Chapter 20 Working with NET
757
Chapter 21 Building ClientServer Applications with Access
799
Chapter 22 The Access 2010 Templates
841
Chapter 23 Access Runtime Deployment
861
Chapter 24 Database Security
875
Chapter 25 Access 2010 Security Features
919
Appendix A The Access Object Model
945

Chapter 9 Extending VBA with APIs
283
Chapter 10 Working with the Windows Registry
319
Chapter 11 Using DAO to Access Data
355
Chapter 12 Using ADO to Access Data
419
Chapter 13 Using SQL with VBA
459
Chapter 14 Using VBA to Enhance Forms
489
Chapter 15 Enhancing Reports with VBA
549
Chapter 16 Customizing the Ribbon
581
Chapter 17 Customizing the Office Backstage
631
Chapter 18 Working with Office 2010
671
Appendix B DAO Object Method and Property Descriptions
999
Appendix C ADO Object Model Reference
1035
Appendix D 64Bit Access
1095
Appendix E References for Projects
1103
Appendix F Words and Special Characters
1113
Appendix G Naming Conventions
1127
Appendix H Access Source Code Control
1137
Appendix I Tips and Tricks
1145
INDEX
1191
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About the author (2010)

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.

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