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F. Scott Barker’s Microsoft Access 2002 Power Programming by F. Scott Barker

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Acknowledgments

Again, first off I want to thank God for continuing to give me ideas and making all the development and writing fresh and exciting to me.

I want to thank Pai Chung and Pete Klein for tech editing this version, and putting up with me getting sample code to them late.

I want to thank all my friends on the Microsoft Access and Office teams for putting up with my questions all the time: David Gainer and Clint Covington for his help on XML and Data Access Pages. It’s neat to work with someone so excited about a technology.

I want to thank all my Access friends: Paul Litwin, Ken Getz, Steve Forte, Roger Jennings, John Viescus, Mike Groh, Mike Hernandez, Mary Chipman, and Andy Baron. It seems as though we see each other only at conferences ...

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