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UNDERSTANDING DATA ACCESS OBJECTS

If you read Chapter 4, “Looking at the Access Collections,” you're already prepared for DAO and any other object model that might come your way. All the concepts presented about properties, methods, and collections work the same way. The only changes are the names of the objects and the types of members they contain.

Chapter 13, “Driving Office Applications with Automation and DDE,” focuses on programming Excel, Word, and other VBA-supported applications through Automation. Again, using these object models with DAO just requires that you understand the different types of objects and their specific properties and methods. You don't need to learn any new basic concepts.

Data Access Objects (DAO) is one of Microsoft's ...

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