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Best VBA/Access book for an experienced VBA programmer

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What is the best VBA/Access book for an experienced VBA programmer?
I'd prefer something that is less than 350 pages.

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Sep 2 '07 #1
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<gi*******************@yahoo.comwrote
What is the best VBA/Access book for an
experienced VBA programmer? I'd prefer
something that is less than 350 pages.
For Access 2003, I'd recommend "Access 2003 VBA" by Cardoza, Hennig, Seach,
and Stein, published by Wrox, and for Access 2007, the newer edition "Access
2007 VBA" by Hennig, Cooper, Griffith, and Stein, also published by Wrox.

Neither meets your page limits, but both explain the Access way of doing
things manually, and then how that is automated, where it is about
automating (which is the purpose of much of the VBA we write). And, you
would just be getting started on VBA with the Access object model in 350
pages.

Larry Linson
Microsoft Access MVP
Sep 2 '07 #2

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On Sep 1, 10:10 pm, "gimme_this_gimme_t...@yahoo.com"
<gimme_this_gimme_t...@yahoo.comwrote:
What is the best VBA/Access book for an experienced VBA programmer?
I'd prefer something that is less than 350 pages.
Books that have prompted me to modify my coding, and that I have
enjoyed reading:

Hardcore Visual Basic
by Bruce McKinney
free at http://vb.mvps.org/hardcore/

Writing Efficient Programs
by Jon Louis Bentley
Prentice-Hall Software Series
132 pages

Sets and Groups
by J A Green
Routledge and Kegan Paul Ltd
out of print?
77 pages

Sep 4 '07 #3

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