Access 2007 Programming by Example with VBA, XML, and ASP

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Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2007 - Computers - 938 pages
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Access 2007 Programming by Example with VBA, XML, and ASP shows non-programmers how Access databases can be created, managed, and customized with Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) — a powerful programming language built into Access. Hundreds of hands-on examples and projects throughout the book show users how to take charge of their Access databases with programming. Learn how to Write and debug your programming code with the Visual Basic Editor; access and manipulate databases with Data Access Objects (DAO) and ActiveX Data Objects (ADO); use the Data Definition Language (DDL) to enforce data integrity and manage database security; modify the behavior of forms, reports, and controls by writing event procedures; publish dynamic Access data to the web using Active Server Pages (ASP) and Extensible Markup Language (XML); and work with the new features for tables, forms, reports, macros, and templates that are available in the Access 2007 user interface.

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Having read (not to mention purchased) many books on programming access it was a joy to find this one that was very accessable. I found the writing very clear, concise, and cogent.
My sense while
reading Ms. Korol's book was that she recognized that different people have different ways of learning and she uses several approaches for each example. The end result for me was that while some of them I didn't get there was usually one that sunk in for me.
I have found her book very helpful and find myself returning to it when I need to confront a new programming area. All I can say is--finally, somebody gets it.
P.S. Thank you.


PART II Access VBA Programming with DAO and ADO
PART III Programming with the Jet Data Definition Language
PART IV Event Programming in Forms and Reports
PART V Taking Your VBA Programming Skills to the Web
PART VI Working with New Features in Access 2007

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