IN THIS PART
Chapter 26 Optimizing Access Applications
Chapter 27 Advanced Data Access with VBA
Chapter 28 Bulletproofing Access Applications
Chapter 29 Securing Access Applications
Chapter 30 Using the Windows API
Chapter 31 Using the Access Replication Features
Chapter 32 Object-Oriented Programming with VBA
Chapter 33 Reusing VBA Code with Libraries
Chapter 34 Customizing Access Ribbons
Chapter 35 Distributing Access Applications
Chapter 36 Using Access Macros
The chapters in this part cover issues that concern professional database developers, including securing databases from unauthorized access, enhancing the user interface with toolbars and menus, and replicating (exchanging) data from one Access database to another.
This part builds on the information provided in earlier chapters. In this part, you'll find answers to many questions and problems facing Access developers, such as identifying a user as the user logs on to an application, exploiting object-oriented programming with the VBA language, and using advanced data management techniques with ActiveX Data Objects (ADOs).
It is entirely possible that some developers will never use many of the capabilities described in the chapters in this part. However, far too often, even advanced developers overlook the capabilities provided by a system like Microsoft Access simply because they're too busy or too involved in other work to truly learn what Access is capable of. This part takes you on a tour ...