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Microsoft Access SQL Documentation

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Hi, does anyone knows where can I find a good documentation of Access? that means something similar to the documentation documents of Mysql or PostgreSql, where the available SQL functions, operations, ... are shown.

Feb 28 '08 #1
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Scott Price
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There are a number of good books available on that aren't too expensive.

The Access help file, especially the VBA help file is quite extensive also, and can give you lots of good information.

Have a look through our How-To's section also for a number of good articles, especially those about debugging in VBA.

Feb 29 '08 #2

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In the Access window (not VBA) select Help / Microsoft Access help.
Under contents, look for Microsoft Jet SQL Reference or something similar.

I know this is frustrating to find as I couldn't find it for ages until I hit upon it one day.
Mar 3 '08 #3

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