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F. Scott Barker's Microsoft® Access 2000 Power Programming by F. Scott Barker

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FINDING API DECLARATIONS

One question you might be asking yourself is, “Where do I find these API calls?” You can find them in a number of places:

  • On the CD-ROM provided with this book, in the Win32api.txt file in the \Examples\Chap15 folder.

  • On Microsoft Developer's Network CDs, a service you can get from Microsoft. These CDs have a good number of articles on programming with API calls.

  • In Microsoft Office Developer (MOD), which has 16- and 32-bit versions of API declarations. An API Viewer is included, with data stored in text and .mdb format. The following section examines this tool further.

  • A number of VB books that contain information on calling API routines. One such book is Que's Special Edition Using Access 2000 by Roger Jennings.

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