By Ken Getz
1. Queries -- 2. types -- three. experiences -- four. constructing and dispensing purposes -- five. Taming Your Printer -- 6. handling info -- 7. Exploring VBA in Microsoft entry -- eight. Optimizing Your program -- nine. taking advantage of Your consumer Interface -- 10. Multiuser purposes -- eleven. The home windows API -- 12. Automation -- thirteen. utilizing info entry Pages -- 14. operating with SQL Server info "Paperback: 720 pages writer: O'Reilly; 1 variation (February, 2002) ISBN: 0596000847 Product Dimensions: 9.2 x 7.0 x 1.3 inches entry Cookbook incorporates a finished number of difficulties, strategies, and functional examples for the Acce
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If you've never tried data access pages (DAPs), you're in for a treat—this feature makes it simple for you to display and edit data using a web browser. You'll learn enough to really get you started with this exciting technology, and you'll learn solutions to common but tricky problems. You'll find tips and techniques for using Access and SQL Server together, taking advantage of Access Data Projects (ADPs). You'll learn how smart tags have been implemented in Access 2003, and how to create your own smart tags.
Press the Build button to invoke the Choose Builder dialog Property Names Versus Event Names The naming of event properties, as opposed to the events themselves, is rather ambiguous in Access. " We've tried to be consistent throughout the book, but there are some places where the context just doesn't indicate which is the correct usage. You'll need to be aware that with or without the "On" prefix, when the event occurs, it activates the procedure whose name is listed in the properties window for that event.
In particular, Bill Ramos, Tim Getsch, Christina Storm, and Rita Nikas were very helpful to us as we prepared this latest edition. Jan Fransen did a terrific job creating the chapter covering data access pages—we're very grateful to Jan for this important contribution. We'd like to thank Michael Kaplan, a technical editor on the Access 95 edition of this book, who reviewed every word and every byte on the CD for that edition with loving care. The success of this book will be, in part, due to Michael's diligence.