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    Book Recommendations, Please?

    I'd like to know best-book recommendations for Access programming at the beginner-intermediate and the intermediate-advanced levels. Thanks.

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    Re: Book Recommendations, Please?

    The Access 2000 Developer's Handbook (Vol I and Vol II) are an excellent starting point.

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    Re: Book Recommendations, Please?

    I would also highly recommend the Visual Basic Developer's Guide to ADO. While it's written for VB developer's, it's the best guide I've found to using ADO in a VB/VBA environment. Most of the other ADO references focus on C++, which doesn't translate straight across into VB/VBA. It is also from Sybex (like the Access 2000 Developer's Handbook). Author: Mike Gunerloy ISBN: 0-7821-2556-5
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    Re: Book Recommendations, Please?

    Thanks, all.
    I ordered the Ac2K Handbooks, and am extremely pleased. They are models of clarity, and soooo informed.

    Other loungers sent me the following on-line resources, which look to be worth sharing.
    How to build Applications in Microsoft Access
    http://www.microsoft.com/accessdev/article...pp97/Bapp97.htm

    LNC
    http://c85.cemi.rssi.ru/access/Books...l/contents.htm

    VBA
    http://www.microsoft.com/officedev/article...toc/FULLTOC.htm

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    Re: Book Recommendations, Please?

    Dear Mark,
    I know you asked about books, but I thought you might like this. Its a link to a very good Access tutorial.

    <A target="_blank" HREF=http://mis.bus.sfu.ca/tutorials/MSAccess/tutorials.html>http://mis.bus.sfu.ca/tutorials/MSAccess/tutorials.html</A>

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