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Good Access developers book

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by Angus Comber, Jul 28, 2006.

  1. Angus Comber

    Angus Comber
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    Hello

    I have a programming background - C++ and some Visual Basic. So know
    programming, but recently involved with Access development. The learning
    curve is higher than I expected. You have to force yourself to STOP writing
    code!

    Anyway, based on my background could anyone recommend a good book.

    Plan to focus on freelance Access development for small companies.

    Angus
     
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  3. doodle

    doodle
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    Angus,

    I started Access w/ Intermediate VB, SQL and VBA (Excel). I like the
    Wrox books. If you understand programming concepts, these books seem to
    me to be more advanced than the others.

    Specifically, I kike Access Application Development by Helen Feddema
    ISBN: 0-7645-5904-4.

    But everyone is different.

    -doodle
     
  4. John Vinson

    John Vinson
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    On Fri, 21 Jul 2006 18:25:48 +0100, "Angus Comber" <nospam@gmail.com>
    wrote:

    >Hello
    >
    >I have a programming background - C++ and some Visual Basic. So know
    >programming, but recently involved with Access development. The learning
    >curve is higher than I expected. You have to force yourself to STOP writing
    >code!
    >
    >Anyway, based on my background could anyone recommend a good book.
    >
    >Plan to focus on freelance Access development for small companies.
    >
    >Angus
    >


    Access <version> Developer's Handbook by Litwin, Getz and Gilbert,
    published by Sybex.

    Two volume set after 2000, huge, dense, pricy, and worth the cost
    twenty times over.


    John W. Vinson[MVP]
     
  5. Larry Linson

    Larry Linson
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    "John Vinson" wrote

    > Access <version> Developer's Handbook
    > by Litwin, Getz, et al published by Sybex.


    > Two volume set after 2000, huge, dense,
    > pricy, and worth the cost twenty times over.


    If there is consensus in the Access developer community on any one issue, it
    is on the worth and usefulness of this book!

    Larry
     

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