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Accessible Access 2003 assumes that you start with little or no knowledge of Access or databases and takes you to the point where you can create and use a multi-table database. Starting with the basic components of a databaase - tables, forms, queries and reports, the authors show you how to create simple examples of each using the Access wizards where appropriate, and how to hand-build them so that you can achieve more than you can using just the wizards. Once you are comfortable with creating a simple database which stores its data in a single table, the authors move on to multiple tables - why you need them, and how they can be used to create really effective multi-table databases. Accessible Access 2003 is written in a highly readable style, with lots of examples, hints and techniques for building tables, extracting data and generating reports.
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