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    Star Lounger
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    I am a clinical pharmacist and I'm about to get more involved into the research end of my specialty area (oncology). I'd like to use Access to track investigational drug inventories, patients, etc. I need a good reference book or such that can instruct me how to create reports in the required formats, custom create the database in a manner that I and my co-workers can use, and such.

    Can anyone suggest any books/reference materials that can teach me how to do these things?

    Any help will be deeply appreciated!

    Robert A. Dowd, PharmD, BCOP

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    Plutonium Lounger
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    Here are two books for Access 2003 - updated versions for Access 2007 are also available:
    Special Edition Using Microsoft Office Access 2003
    Access 2003 Bible

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    I highly recommend Helen Feddema's books on Access. One of her latest is One-on-One Microsoft Access Application Development You can find them on Amazon or other sellers.

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    You might also check out the Allison Balter books. They contain lots of good practical knowledge about actually building applications.
    Wendell

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