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17 Februari 2012

ebook - Micrososft® Access® 2010 In Depth

Micrososft® Access® 2010 In DepthBook Title : Micrososft® Access® 2010 In Depth
Author : Roger Jennings
Publisher :Que
Pearson Education, Inc.
Year : 2011
Language : English
Page : 1548
File Format : pdf
File Size : 127,49 MB
Free download ebook - Micrososft® Access® 2010 In Depth.
Microsoft Office Access 2010 (version 14, called Access 2010 in this book) is a powerful, robust, and mature 32-bit and, finally, 64-bit relational database management system (RDBMS) for creating desktop and client/server database applications that run under Windows 7/Vista/XP/2000+. As a component of the Professional and higher editions of the 2010 Microsoft Office suite, Access 2010 has an updated user interface that’s consistent with the Fluent user interface (UI) of other Office 2010 members.
Access has vanquished all desktop RDBMS rivals except FileMaker Pro and Microsoft’s Visual FoxPro. However, in March 2007, Microsoft announced that Visual FoxPro (VFP) v9.0 would be the last version. In April 2007, Microsoft representative Yair Alan Griver announced that VFP v9.0 would be supported through 2015. Thus FileMaker Pro is the only likely long-term competition for Access.
The primary reasons for Access’s success are its inclusion in the Microsoft Office productivity suite and its prowess as a rapid application development (RAD) environment for creating industrial-strength database applications. Another contributor to Access’s market share is the capability to duplicate on the PC desktop the features of client/server relational database systems, also called SQL databases. Client/server RDBMSs have led the way in transferring database applications from costly mainframes and UNIX servers to modestly priced networked PCs and mobile devices. Despite Access’s power—and the claims of its erstwhile competitors—this desktop RDBMS is easy for nonprogrammers to use.
Microsoft’s top priority for Access 2010 is to broaden the base of new users by focusing on typical tracking applications generated by a bevy of out-of-the box templates and more templates from Office Online that take maximum advantage of Access 2010’s new navigation features and tabbed document presentation. Many potential Access customers view Access as difficult to master. The new Access templates enable information workers to create and begin using simple database applications in a few minutes.
Contents at a Glance
Introduction
I
Getting Acquainted with Access 2010
1.
Access 2010 for Access 2007 Users: What’s New
2.
Building Simple Tracking Applications
3.
Navigating the Fluent User Interface
II
Learning the Fundamentals of Access Databases
4.
Exploring Relational Database Theory and Practice
5.
Working with Access Databases and Tables
6.
Entering, Editing, and Validating Access Table Data
7.
Sorting, Finding, and Filtering Data
8.
Linking, Importing, and Exporting Data
III
Getting Acquainted with Access 2010
9.
Designing Queries for Access Databases
10.
Understanding Access Query Operators and Expressions
11.
Creating Multitable and Crosstab Queries
12.
Working with PivotTable and PivotChart Views
13.
Creating and Updating Access Tables with Action Queries
IV
Designing Forms and Reports
14.
Creating and Using Access Forms
15.
Designing Custom Multitable Forms
16.
Working with Simple Reports and Mailing Labels
17.
Preparing Advanced Reports
18.
Adding Graphs, PivotCharts, and PivotTables
V
Programming Databases with Macros
19.
Automating Access Applications with Macros and Procedures
20.
Emulating Table Triggers with Access Data Macros
VI
Collaborating with Access Data
21.
Linking Access Front Ends to Access and Client/Server Tables
22.
Collaborating with Windows SharePoint Foundation 2010
23.
Sharing Web Databases with SharePoint Server 2010
VII
Working with HTML and XML Documents
24.
Importing and Exporting Web Pages
25.
Integrating with XML and InfoPath 2010
VIII
Creating Access Front Ends to SQL Server Databases
26.
Exploring Access Data Projects and SQL Server 2008
27.
Moving from Access Queries to Transact-SQL
28.
Upsizing Access Applications to Access Data Projects and SQL Azure
IX
Programming and Converting Access Applications
29.
Learning Visual Basic for Applications
30.
Handling Events with VBA and Macros
31.
Programming Combo and List Boxes
32.
Understanding Data Access Objects, OLE DB, and ADO
33.
Upgrading Access 2003 and Earlier Applications to Access 2010
X
Appendix
A.
What Was New in Access 2007 for Users of Access 2003 and Earlier
B.
Glossary
Index
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