Access 97 for Busy People: The Book to Use when There's No Time to Lose!

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Osborne, 1997 - Computers - 336 pages
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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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Alan Neibauer has a B.S. in Communications from Temple University and an M.S. in Public Administration from the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School. He has taught at the high school and college level, served as the chair of Computer Management Information Systems at Holy Family College in Philadelphia, and developed software for the health care industry. Neibauer frequently provides training in Quattro Pro and WordPerfect, and he has written several books about various incarnations of WordPerfect, from version 4.2 for DOS to version 8. These works include WordPerfect Tips and Tricks, The ABCs of WordPerfect for Windows 95, and Corel WordPerfect Suite 8: The Official Guide. Neibauer has also written guides to several of the Microsoft software packages, including Access for Busy People, Excel 97: One Step at a Time, Advanced Techniques in Microsoft Word, and Running Microsoft Outlook 2000. In addition to writing, Neibauer works as a computer science curriculum consultant to schools and colleges, a business consultant, and a corporate trainer.

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