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Can someone recommend a good easy to read beginners guide to VB for Access
2000? I did get a list from someone but lost it in a disc crash
Thanks
Tony Williams
Nov 12 '05 #1
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Beginning Access2000 VBA, Smith and Sussman, Wrox, ISBN 1-8610001-76-2

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Can someone recommend a good easy to read beginners guide to VB for Access
2000? I did get a list from someone but lost it in a disc crash
Thanks
Tony Williams

Nov 12 '05 #2
Thanks will look at that
Tony Williams
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Beginning Access2000 VBA, Smith and Sussman, Wrox, ISBN 1-8610001-76-2

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Can someone recommend a good easy to read beginners guide to VB for Access 2000? I did get a list from someone but lost it in a disc crash
Thanks
Tony Williams


Nov 12 '05 #3
PC Datasheet wrote:
Beginning Access2000 VBA, Smith and Sussman, Wrox, ISBN 1-8610001-76-2

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"Tony Williams" <tw@tcp.invalid> wrote in message
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Can someone recommend a good easy to read beginners guide to VB for Access
2000? I did get a list from someone but lost it in a disc crash
Thanks
Tony Williams


I second this suggestion. Anything by WROX is great, including the
Smith/Sussman book which I use daily.

Alex.
Nov 12 '05 #4
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Beginning Access2000 VBA, Smith and Sussman, Wrox, ISBN 1-8610001-76-2


Yes, well I suppose if you're a beginner it might do. I also think that if
you're a beginner then you DON'T want serious misinformation like that on
page 205. 'Table-type Recordset Objects. This is the default type for any
Recordset objects where the records come from a single local or ATTACHED
ACCESS TABLES' - my capitals.

Perhaps those who are reccomending this book could explain.

Mike
Nov 12 '05 #5
Mike,

I have recommended this book many times in the past. As I'm sure you are probably aware, most
books of any subject matter contain some errors. This book is no different.

I'd suggest that you spend some time looking at the published errata page for this book:
http://www.wrox.com/books/errata/076...0_errata.shtml

You will see a correction for the said mentioned error on page 205.

Tom
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Beginning Access2000 VBA, Smith and Sussman, Wrox, ISBN 1-8610001-76-2


Yes, well I suppose if you're a beginner it might do. I also think that if
you're a beginner then you DON'T want serious misinformation like that on
page 205. 'Table-type Recordset Objects. This is the default type for any
Recordset objects where the records come from a single local or ATTACHED
ACCESS TABLES' - my capitals.

Perhaps those who are reccomending this book could explain.

Mike

Nov 12 '05 #6
My apologies.

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Mike,

I have recommended this book many times in the past. As I'm sure you are probably aware, most books of any subject matter contain some errors. This book is no different.
I'd suggest that you spend some time looking at the published errata page for this book: http://www.wrox.com/books/errata/076...0_errata.shtml

You will see a correction for the said mentioned error on page 205.

Tom
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"Mike MacSween" <mi***********************@btinternet.com> wrote in message news:40***********************@news.aaisp.net.uk.. .
Beginning Access2000 VBA, Smith and Sussman, Wrox, ISBN 1-8610001-76-2


Yes, well I suppose if you're a beginner it might do. I also think that if
you're a beginner then you DON'T want serious misinformation like that on
page 205. 'Table-type Recordset Objects. This is the default type for any
Recordset objects where the records come from a single local or ATTACHED
ACCESS TABLES' - my capitals.

Perhaps those who are reccomending this book could explain.

Mike

Nov 12 '05 #7

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