Learning Microsoft Access 2000

Learning Microsoft Access 2000. Text by authors Eddy Craig and Timothy Buchanan in their first edition in 1999 , with a total of 406 pages. This text shows lessons to learn Microsoft Access 2000 in a matter of 24 hours.

Summary

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  • 1 Synopsis
    • 1 Argument
  • 2 Index
  • 3 About the author
  • 4 See also
  • 5 Source

Synopsis

Through a step-by-step method, which structures each lesson based on the previous one, you easily learn all the important features of Microsoft Access 2000.

Argument

It has the best suggestions for creating, editing and enriching relational databases. Like all the books in the series, it offers questionnaires at the end of each chapter to review what has been learned in the hour, highlighting in boxes the new terms, clues to improve the use of the application and alerts to avoid common mistakes.

Index

  • Introduction 1
  • Part I Introduction to Acces 2000 5
    • Hour 1: Introduction to relational databases 7
    • Acces 2000 23 brief description
    • Help systems 43
    • Part II Editing data in an existing database 53
    • Hour 4: Understanding Another Person’s Database 55
    • Datasheet view 65
    • Using an Existing Table 81
    • Using Existing Queries 95
    • Editing data on forms 113
    • Reporting data in reports 127
  • Part III Modification of existing databases 137
    • Hour 10: Modification of existing table 139
    • Modifying and using existing queries 155
    • Modifying the design of an existing form 171
    • Modifying an existing report 185
  • Part IV Using wizards in database creation 199
    • Hour 14: Creation of a database using wizards 201
    • Adding additional components to a database using wizards 215
  • Part V Creating a Database from Scratch 227
    • Hour 16: Planning and designing your database 229
    • Creating tables 245
    • Query Development 265
    • Creating forms 281
    • Reporting 295
    • Creating frames 311
  • Part VI Additional topics 325
    • Hour 22: Data exchange with Word 2000 and Excel 2000 327
    • Database Administration 341
  • Part VII Advanced Topics 353
    • 24 Hour Access 2000 and Web 355
  • Part VIII Appendix 373
  • Appendix A Responses to Questionnaires 375
  • Indices 387

About the Author

  • Craig Eddy works at Pipestream Technologies, Inc., As a program manager for the thin client version of the company’s well-known customer information management software, Sales Continuum 98. He lives in Richmond , Virginia and is often found surfing the web. .
  • Timothy Buchanan is an Executive Technical Consultantfor Ware Consulting in Minneapolis , Minnesota . He has been a developer of Microsoft Access since version 1.0, as well as a Microsoft partner in beta testing each new version of Access and Office . He has developed numerous Access-based, large-scale database applications for large global companies. He is a co-author of Learning Access 97 in 24 Hours and is currently writing an introductory book to Peoplesoft for Sams Publishing .

 

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