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cw
I am totally new to MS Access 2000. Can anyone please recommend a good
beginners' guide book or web site?

TIA.
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Using Microsoft Access2000, Roger Jennings, Que Corp
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If you don't get the help you need in the newsgroup, I can help you for a
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I am totally new to MS Access 2000. Can anyone please recommend a good
beginners' guide book or web site?

TIA.

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"cw" <cw*******@ntlworld.com> wrote in message
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I am totally new to MS Access 2000. Can anyone please recommend a good beginners' guide book or web site?

TIA.


www.mvps.org/access
http://allenbrowne.com/

Database Design for Mere Mortals
SQL Queries for Mere Mortals
More advanced books:

Access Cookbook by Getz, Litwin, and Baron
(Compilation of solutions, listed by task-category)

Access Database Design & Programming by Steven Roman (2nd Edit
(Frankly, it you're new to access and relational database
programming and *serious* about learning the database side of things,
you could do worse than reading and understanding this book.)
Sincerely,

Chris O.
Nov 13 '05 #3

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This should cover everything you need:

http://home.bendbroadband.com/conrad...resources.html

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Access Junkie - MVP
http://home.bendbroadband.com/conrad...essjunkie.html
http://www.access.qbuilt.com/html/articles.html
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I am totally new to MS Access 2000. Can anyone please recommend a good
beginners' guide book or web site?


I'm reasonably sure Jeff has the link, but Microsoft has some very good
online training -- visit http://office.microsoft.com and follow the Training
links from the first page you see. The last time I looked, those are all
basic courses -- don't extend, for example, to includ VBA code -- but useful
as a starter.

I agree with PCDatasheet's book recommendation and with Jeff's link to his
own site -- it is just full of information and links.

Larry Linson
Microsoft Access MVP
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If you don't get the help you need in the newsgroup, I can help you for a
very reasonable fee.
Over 1000 Access users have come to me for help.
Remember that a lone man built the Ark. A large group of professionals built
the Titanic.


These 1000 (if at all a real figure..) is only the result of
-- 4 years abusing the newsgroups.
-- 4 years blatantly advertising and job hunting.

You only care about making money, and you act as if the groups are your private hunting ground.
So why would ANYBODY ever trust a person like you and hire you?
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If you don't get the help you need in the newsgroup, I can help you for a
very reasonable fee.


So if you know the answer and no-one else does (unlikely) you wouldn't give
it for free like the rest of us would?
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cw
Thanks all - much appreciated.
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