Microsoft Access 2000: Building Applications with Forms and Reports

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Microsoft Access 2000: Building Applications with Forms and Reports contains additional information about how to create an application in Access, how to use ActiveX controls, and how to develop applications for the Internet and the World Wide Web. This book also provides an introduction to Visual Basic for Applications, including working with variables, objects, and collections. Finally, you learn how to optimize and deliver the applications you build to users.

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