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Microsoft Office® Access 2007 Inside Out by John Viescas and Jeff Conrad

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Syntax Conventions

The following conventions are used in the syntax descriptions for Visual Basic statements in Chapter 19, Chapter 20, SQL statements in Article 2, "Understanding SQL," and any other chapter where you find syntax defined. These conventions do not apply to code examples listed within the text; all code examples appear exactly as you’ll find them in the sample databases.

You must enter all other symbols, such as parentheses and colons, exactly as they appear in the syntax line. Much of the syntax shown in the Visual Basic chapter has been broken into multiple lines. You can format your code all on one line, or you can write a single line of code on multiple lines using the Visual Basic line continuation character (_).

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