Chapter 25. Startup Checking System Routines Using ADO


All of Access’s powerful features really don’t mean much unless they’re put to practical use. This also can be said of all the books concerning development in the Access environment. One goal of this book is to give you practical examples as well as advanced concepts.

This chapter also gives you routines that you can add to your systems to save time and money in support and maintenance. When starting your application ...

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