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Access Book?

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I am trying to learn Microsoft Access and have used Lotus Approach for
years. I am finding it extreme hard to just pick up and use Access. I
have the Dummies book for Access, but it does not have the expertize I
need to do complicated programs.

Would someone give me advice on a book I can use to bring me up to
speed on Access.

I have been able to learn to use Lotus Approach over the years either
from books or from newsgroup adice, but Access is way more complicated
for me.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Nov 13 '05 #1
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Roger Jennings books are pretty good. (QUE)
the SAMS series are good,

the "Dummies" books are pretty awful across the board, except maybe DOS
For Dummies... since then I haven't seen a technical one I liked.

Nov 13 '05 #2

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Roger Jennings books are pretty good. (QUE)
the SAMS series are good,

the "Dummies" books are pretty awful across the board, except maybe DOS
For Dummies... since then I haven't seen a technical one I liked.
Check Amazon and read the reviews.

Nov 13 '05 #3

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