Access Database Design & Programming, 2nd Edition covers Access' new VBA Integrated Development Environment used by Word, Excel, and PowerPoint; the VBA language itself; Microsoft's latest data access technology, Active Data Objects (ADO); and Open Database Connectivity (ODBC). But unlike other massive (some may say bloated) computer tomes, Steve Roman's clear, succinct style gets to the point-thoroughly delving into Access database design in 409 pages (including index).
A sample chapter, Chapter 4: Database Design Principles, is free online at: http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/accessdata2/
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Design & Programming, 2nd Edition
By Steve Roman
2nd Edition July 1999 (US)
1-56592-626-9, 432 pages, $27.95 (US$)
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