Expert Access 2007 Programming

Expert Access 2007 Programming
  • eBook:
    Expert Access 2007 Programming
  • Author:
    Rob Cooper, Michael Tucker
  • Edition:
    1 edition
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  • Data:
    November 5, 2007
  • ISBN:
  • Language:
  • Pages:
    688 pages
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Book Description

Expert Access 2007 Programming shows experienced developers how to create professional-level Access database applications. The authors—software engineers on the Access development team at Microsoft—show how to apply software engineering methodologies to Access application development. The book is organized to cover all phases of Access development.
The authors demonstrate techniques for creating Access controls, forms, and reports that help streamline development and produce more user-friendly applications. They also cover such overlooked areas as custom deployment and documentation. The book contains many useful code examples designed so they can be used with minimal modification.


Part I: Programming Access Applications
Chapter 1: Overview of Programming for Access
Chapter 2: Extending Applications Using the Windows API
Chapter 3: Programming Class Modules
Chapter 4: Debugging, Error Handling, and Coding Practices

Part II: Data Manipulation
Chapter 5: Parsing Data
Chapter 6: Using SQL to Retrieve Data and Manipulate Objects
Chapter 7: Managing Data

Part III: Interacting with the Application
Chapter 8: Using Code to Add Advanced Functionality to Forms
Chapter 9: Using Code to Add Advanced Functionality to Reports
Chapter 10: Using Automation to Add Functionality
Chapter 11: Creating Dynamic Ribbon Customizations

Part IV: Finalizing the Application
Chapter 12: Configuration and Extensibility
Chapter 13: Personalization and Security
Chapter 14: Deployment
Chapter 15: Help and Documentation

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