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    Need book recommendations (Access 2000)

    I am pretty good at using Access and have a very good understanding of SQL. What I don't know, and would like to find out, is how to put code behind form elements, etc., so I can create an application. And I don't know Visual Basic. Please recommend some books to get me going.

    P.S., do the Access Help files include a VB reference? If not, can I download one from Microsoft or somewhere?

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    Re: Need book recommendations (Access 2000)

    The VBA help is included but only if you do a custom install and select it. It isn't installed by default. The question of books has been asked and answered many times. I'd suggest you do a <A target="_blank" HREF=http://www.wopr.com/cgi-bin/w3t/search.pl?Cat=>Lounge search</A> in the Access forum looking for keywords BOOK and VBA.
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    Re: Need book recommendations (Access 2000)

    The VBA book I have and recommend is "Beginning Access97 VBA" by Sussman and Smith (although I'm sure there is a more recent version).
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