IN THE SPOTLIGHT: MDE to MDB Conversion Service
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Access Basics (Feb 20, 2008)
2009 update: Videos by Crystal:
Access Basics is designed for those of you with a thirst to understand the fundamentals of Access with programming in mind ... whether you realize it or not.
If you are not a programmer, you will become one — because that is where the deepest power of Access gets unleashed.
If you have a logical mind and a desire to learn, all you need is a good foundation ... and here it is.
The accuracy and thoroughness of this document would not have been possible without lots of help. In addition to those listed in the introductory comments, I wish to give a BIG thank you to my fellow Microsoft MVP, Tom Wickerath.
I also wish to give a special thanks to Allen Browne for hosting this document on his fantastic website that has brightened many a dark corner.
In the 15 or so years that I have been using and teaching Access, this document is the result of what I feel is most important to know. Check back every now and then to see if a new version has been posted.
For those of you who are new to this information, don't be discouraged if there are things that don't make sense.
above all, enjoy!
Summary of Contents for Access Basics
Why am I giving you this document instead of publishing a book and making you pay money to get it?
good question ...
If I were to write a book, many of you would not buy it. Some of you can't afford it — and I want to help you; I have been there.
Others of you will weigh my book against the rest and mine is small! ... only 100 pages compared to great references boasting 1500 pages — but the only good books are the ones you read. I am more interested in exposing you to the power of Access than I am in selling a book. For those of you who wish to go beyond these pages... if you do not find the help you seek in the links I have given you, my business is personal training and programming.
I love hearing your comments and suggestions!
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This is a cached tutorial, reproduced with permission.
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