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Ken -

I have 4 books on my shelf, and out of all of them, I have found the
best conceptual explanations and the most practical code in the "Access
Cookbook" by Ken Getz, Paul Litwin & Andy Baron.

Patrick

Nov 13 '05 #1
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This does not appear to be a response to a question. The authors of the book
you mention are well-respected in the Access community, so it is not
surprising that their "Cookbook" would be a good resource. They are also,
IMNSHO, highly ethical and would not endorse anyone "spamming" an usolicited
"advertisement" for them. I hope it was only by accident that your response
was posted as a new post, starting a new thread.

Larry Linson

"Patrick A" <me*****@butter.toast.net> wrote in message
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Ken -

I have 4 books on my shelf, and out of all of them, I have found the
best conceptual explanations and the most practical code in the "Access
Cookbook" by Ken Getz, Paul Litwin & Andy Baron.

Patrick

Nov 13 '05 #2

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