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what apps do I need to program using MS access

Jim
I am a FoxPro programmer.

What software do I need to program using MS access... I have apps
that are non-web standalone and some web based...

Do you recommend any learning resources?

thanks for any info.
Nov 12 '05 #1
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For apps that run in MS Access you only need MS Access.

For stand alone products, you can us MS Visual Basic or MS Access Run Time
Version

For web apps, you need IIS and some knowledge of ASP and VB Script

http://asp101.com/
http://www.bullschmidt.com/DevTip.asp
http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/de...ifunctions.asp
http://www.coveryourasp.com/
http://pc13.virtualave.net/dbtutorial.htm
http://www.webf1.com/ScriptDoc/

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Do you recommend any learning resources?

thanks for any info.



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Nov 12 '05 #2
Hello Jim,

All you really need is Access. Access has a Visual Basic for
Applications editor built right into it. In access, create a new
module and the editor will open automatically.

At one time I had a really good VBA book, but it's gone now, and I
can't remember the name of it. Any VBA/Access book should do the
trick.

Good luck,

Bryan

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I am a FoxPro programmer.

What software do I need to program using MS access... I have apps
that are non-web standalone and some web based...

Do you recommend any learning resources?

thanks for any info.

Nov 12 '05 #3

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