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Buy and read this book and keep it handy as a reference manual you won't regret it! This is the book for "old pros" and newbies alike. It includes all the information the newcomers need, written clearly, with good screen shot illustrations. It has "Nostalgia Corners" for those who have worked their way through numerous past versions. We don't want to have to plow through explanations of things we already know. This points out things that are no longer the same, and ways to get around that if you really feel you have to.
Another thing that should help all users, at least in the Kindle version, is the index.
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It is very detailed and has very direct links. I found converting databases written in Access worked smoothly, when I simply looked problems up in the index. And new database development worked equally smoothly. In brief, this is the book I was looking for. This is a fairly comprehensive Access manual. However, it could be more concise. For example, "They [action queries] commit changes usually to multiple records , and once you've applied the changes, you can't reverse them" could have been simply "action queries make irreversible changes to table data".
So, if this is a representative possibility, the book could be much shorter without sacrificing information. Also, busy people do not need or want to read unnecessary musings about hypothetical companies. For example, the author writes "In this example, you'll meet Boutique Fudge, a mail-order company that serves decadent treats to a large audience of chocolate-crazed customers. Their daring chefs are always innovating, and they need a better way to manage their ever-growing catalog of chocolate goodness.
They also need a way to keep track of customers and the orders they make. Personally, I just want to cover the material as fast as possible.
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The author's fantasy is just slowing me down. I would have preferred "Consider a hypothetical company that needs to catalog products and track customers and their orders. O'Reilly books are the standard fare for any modern software developer and this one is pretty good. The writer or editor tended to use too many contractions, probably with the intent of seeming conversational, but it made the reading choppy. Like reading an article full of spelling errors. But back to the technical content.
The examples and exercises were clear through the first three quarters of the book but starting falling apart towards the end. I learned a lot and was able to develop the application I had in mind for Access.
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Or, get it for Kobo Super Points! The new Access is radically different from previous versions, but with this book, you'll breeze through the new interface and its timesaving features in no time with: Clear explanations Step-by-step instructions Lots of illustrations Larger type Plenty of friendly advice Ideal for small businesses and households, Access runs on PCs and manages large stores information, including numbers, pages of text, and pictures -- everything from a list of family phone numbers to an enormous product catalog.
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