Access 2010: The Missing Manual

Access 2010: The Missing Manual

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Go from Access novice to true master with the professional database design tips and crystal-clear explanations in this book. You’ll learn all the secrets of this powerful database program so you can use your data in creative ways — from creating product catalogs and publishing information online to producing invoices and reports. Build a database with ease. Store information to track numbers, products, documents, and more Customize the interface. Build your own forms to make data entry a snap F

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I want to access my computer from my iphone on my desktop, from team viewer.
I’ve tried multiple things, but I still have to authenticate from my desktop.
I want to be able to access it from anywhere at any time.
Thanks.

I’m using an iPhone 4, and a Windows XP.

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Located on the Covenant near the Thunderstorm Skull inside the structure. Marathon Man Achievement. Note that there is an access terminal on Cortana Level inside High Charity. This access terminal has Cortana speak to you. It is unknown if this Access Terminal is part of Marathon Man. It doesn’t look like these. If you don’t get the achievement, then visit that Access Terminal too.

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  1. 71 of 73 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Excellent!, November 13, 2010
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    I had all but given up on finding a book that explains how to use Access that is neither too simplistic nor too complex. The tone is very conversational and the author easily explains and introduces complex ideas without making it feel like a textbook or leaving you overwhelmed. I have bought 3 books over the last 5 years on this subject matter and I did not pass chapter 3 in any of them. This is the best of the lot.

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  2. 30 of 30 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Very handy reference, February 1, 2011
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    Henry Mowry (Los Angeles, CA) –
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    This review is from: Access 2010: The Missing Manual (Paperback)

    I hadn’t created an Access database for many years (10?) so this version was quite a bit different than I was used to. The guide helped me through the learning curve, and I had a workable database in short order. The book was well worth my investment to shorten the development process.

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  3. 114 of 130 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Beginners into to Access, August 26, 2010
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    Alfred (Minnesota) –

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    Maybe I have unrealistic expectations – but so much of the book is devoted to very basic items and so little of the book is devoted to software development. Almost no discussion of Access classes or calling API’s; only a token consideration of programming in Access. In my opinion, this book would be excellent for someone not very familiar with Access 2010 that wants to build a database and use standard features to enter data, query it, and produce reports. This book is not quite right for the experienced software developer that wants to use an underlying programming methodology to have precise control and develop professional-looking applications that require no user training.

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