The Complete Idiot's Guide to Microsoft Access 97

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Que, 1997 - Database management. - 357 pages
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This is the fun way to learn the basics of the new Access. The Complete Idiot's Guide to Microsoft Access 97 presents all the information you need to know, in a language that's easy to understand, and with an approach that's fun to follow. You'll have everything you need to take the pain out of databases! Discover the Quick and Easy Way to design and create a database; understand tables, forms, queries, and reports; use a Wizard to create your own tables and forms; edit, delete, copy, and paste data in tables; customize tables with taller rows, wider columns, and other finishing touches; create relationships with two or more tables; share your data with reports; use queries to sort and filter your data; and save your file as a Web page and publish it to the World Wide Web.

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Contents

The Secrets of Life and Databases
1
Putting Access Through Its Paces
9
Help I Need Someone
19
Copyright

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About the author (1997)

Joe Habraken, consultant, instructor, and IT professional, is a best-selling author who has written over 25 information technology books including titles on the World Wide Web, computer networking, Microsoft Office applications and Microsoft Windows server products. Joe' s books include Skinning Windows XP, Microsoft Office 2003 All in One and the Absolute Beginner' s Guide to Networking, Fourth Edition. Joe' s information technology career has spanned over 15 years and he currently serves as an assistant professor at the University of New England in Biddeford, Maine.

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