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Books on SQL for Access

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Any recommendations for books that cover SQL programming for Access?
I've already posted a question regarding Access's syntax for compound
join statements (many-to-many using Link tables), but I'm hoping there
is a good book that covers this type of thing.
Feb 22 '06 #1
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"_DS" <_DS@__nomail.com> wrote
Any recommendations for books that cover SQL programming for Access?
I've already posted a question regarding Access's syntax for compound
join statements (many-to-many using Link tables), but I'm hoping there
is a good book that covers this type of thing.


There's a sponsored newsgroup specifically for Queries, which deals with
both the Query Builder and with SQL -- microsoft.public.access.queries,
accessible through the free news server news.microsoft.com, or through an
online user interface you'll find at http://office.microsoft.com.

I don't know of a book that is limited to Access' Queries / SQL, but
browsing in a well-stocked bookstore would give you an idea of which have
more coverage.

Larry Linson
Microsoft Access MVP
Feb 22 '06 #2

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i asked that question myself awhile back; here's a recommendation i got:

SQL Queries for Mere Mortals, by Michael Hernandez and John Viescas
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/020...books&v=glance

hth
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Any recommendations for books that cover SQL programming for Access?
I've already posted a question regarding Access's syntax for compound
join statements (many-to-many using Link tables), but I'm hoping there
is a good book that covers this type of thing.

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