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Hi all,
This is my first time here so treat me gently.....I have dabbled with
Access now for a number of years and find I can create what I
require...the thing I have always struggled with though is....what is
the best reading material to accompany my journey of knowledge with
Access and also help me create things quicker and easier.

May 12 '06 #1
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Using Microsoft Access XXX, Roger Jennings, Que Corp <Nuts and bolts>
Mastering Access XXX, Alison Balter, ----, <How To>
Access XXX VBA, Smith and Sussman, Wrox, <VBA Code>
Access XXX Developer's Handbook, Getz et al, Sybex <Essential Reference>
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Hi all,
This is my first time here so treat me gently.....I have dabbled with
Access now for a number of years and find I can create what I
require...the thing I have always struggled with though is....what is
the best reading material to accompany my journey of knowledge with
Access and also help me create things quicker and easier.

May 12 '06 #2

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"PC Datasheet" <No****@Spam.Com> schreef in bericht news:19***************@newsread1.news.pas.earthlin k.net...
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Over 1175 users have come to me from the newsgroups requesting help '1175 users ????
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To Steve:
You have been away only for a little while
Since no-one wants your advertising/job hunting here you are allowed to stay away longer!

Over 825 !! users from the newsgroups have visited the website to read what kind of a 'resource' you are... (rapidly increasing..)

To the original poster:
Most people here have a common belief that the newsgroups are for *free exchange of information*.
But Steve is a notorious job hunter in these groups, always trying to sell his services.
==> And he is also known here as a shameless liar with *no ethics at all.*

Before you intend to do business with him look at:
http://home.tiscali.nl/arracom/whoissteve.html

Arno R
May 13 '06 #3

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Google --> Access tutorials. You should get very good tutorials for
your version of Access and it will help you learn quickly. Just relax,
you should be up and going with standard applications in Access in
under a week's time studying from online tutorials. You dont have to go
with sites that charge. Free tutorials are equally good.

Chirag Shukla.

May 13 '06 #4

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