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This practical, introductory text fits a full semester database tutorial course or database design course and is designed to be used with Microsoft Access 2.0 for Windows software. This unique text serves a dual purpose by offering keystroke, step-by-step instructions and good database design principles. Through numerous hands-on exercises and examples, students will learn to develop and design complete working database applications oriented towards current industry standards and the job market. The Instructor's Manual includes alternative teaching ideas, answers to chapter problems, transparency masters, and a student data disk with two complete application projects.
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Robert Jones "Rob" Portman (born December 19, 1955) is an American lawyer and the junior United States Senator from Ohio, in office since 2011. Previously he served as a congressman, as the 14th United States Trade Representative, and as the 35th Director of the Office of Management and Budget.
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