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Access 2013 Bible

  • ID: 2330316
  • May 2013
  • 1296 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd

A comprehensive reference to the updated and new features of Access 2013

As the world's most popular database management tool, Access enables you to organize, present, analyze, and share data as well as build powerful database solutions. However, databases can be complex. That's why you need the expert guidance in this comprehensive reference. Access 2013 Bible helps you gain a solid understanding of database purpose, construction, and application so that whether you're new to Access or looking to upgrade to the 2013 version, this well-rounded resource provides you with a thorough look at everything Access can do.
- Explains how to create tables, manipulate datasheets, and work with multiple tables
- Teaches you how to apply the seven-step design method to build databases that are tailored to your needs
- Covers building forms with wizards, creating bound and unbound forms, and adding data validation
- Shows you ways to automate query parameters, create functions and subroutines, and add programmed error routines
- Features a bonus website with content that contains all source code from the book as well as bonus shareware, freeware, trial, demo, and evaluation programs

If you are looking for a comprehensive book on all things Access, look no further than Access 2013 Bible.

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Acknowledgments  ix

Contents at a Glance  xi

Contents  xiii

Introduction xxxix

Part I: Access Building Blocks  1

Chapter 1: An Introduction to Database Development  3

Chapter 2: Getting Started with Access  19

Part II: Understanding Access Tables 31

Chapter 3: Creating Access Tables  33

Chapter 4: Understanding Table Relationships  89

Chapter 5: Working with Access Tables 129

Chapter 6: Importing and Exporting Data 167

Chapter 7: Linking to External Data 201

Part III: Working with Access Queries 227

Chapter 8: Selecting Data with Queries 229

Chapter 9: Using Operators and Expressions in Access 261

Chapter 10: Going Beyond Select Queries 301

Part IV: Analyzing Data in Access  337

Chapter 11: Transforming Data in Access 339

Chapter 12: Working with Calculations and Dates 363

Chapter 13: Performing Conditional Analyses 389

Chapter 14: Fundamentals of Using Access SQL 407

Chapter 15: Subqueries and Domain Aggregate Functions 427

Chapter 16: Running Descriptive Statistics in Access 451

Part V: Working with Access Forms and Reports 469

Chapter 17: Creating Basic Access Forms 471

Chapter 18: Working with Data on Access Forms 509

Chapter 19: Working with Form Controls 541

Chapter 20: Presenting Data with Access Reports 575

Chapter 21: Advanced Access Report Techniques 631

Part VI: Access Programming Fundamentals  675

Chapter 22: Using Access Macros 677

Chapter 23: Getting Started with Access VBA 715

Chapter 24: Mastering VBA Data Types and Procedures 757

Chapter 25: Understanding the Access Event Model 799

Chapter 26: Debugging Your Access Applications 821

Part VII: Advanced Access Programming Techniques 853

Chapter 27: Accessing Data with VBA Code 855

Chapter 28: Advanced Data Access with VBA 897

Chapter 29: Integrating Access and SQL Server 915

Chapter 30: Customizing the Ribbon 957

Chapter 31: Preparing Your Access Application for Distribution 993

Part VIII: Access and Windows SharePoint Services   1037

Chapter 32: Understanding Windows SharePoint Services 1039

Chapter 33: Integrating Access with SharePoint 1045

Chapter 34: Understanding Access Services 1059

Chapter 35: Deploying Access Applications to SharePoint 1067

Chapter 36: Using Access Data Macros 1089

Part IX: Appendixes 1109

Appendix A: Access 2013 Specifications 1111

Appendix B: Optimizing Access Applications 1117

Appendix C: Understanding Query Performance and Database Corruption 1139

Appendix D: Function Reference for Data Analysts 1147

Index 1183

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Michael Alexander is a Microsoft Certified Application Developer (MCAD) and author of eight books on advanced business analysis with Microsoft Access and Excel. He has more than 15 years of experience consulting and developing Office solutions. Michael has been named a Microsoft MVP for his ongoing contributions to the Excel community. Dick Kusleika has been helping users get the most out of Microsoft Office products for more than 15 years through online forums, blogging, book contributions, and conferences.

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