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  • Paperback: 400 pages
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Osborne (1 Nov 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0071738576
  • ISBN-13: 978-0071738576
  • Product Dimensions: 18.8 x 2 x 23.1 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 389,567 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Rated 8/10. A well-illustrated and rounded introduction for novice programmers who are familiar with Access databases. --BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, March 2011

10 out of 10. Written by internationally recognised experts, this second edition of the book offers great value for money. Invaluable. --BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, 17 March 2011

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Richard Shepherd has developed advanced databases for budgeting, business planning, trading reporting, and profit and loss reporting for major banks and corporations in the United Kingdom. He is a qualified accountant and the bestselling author of Excel VBA Macro Programming and Excel 2007 VBA Macro Programming.


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Its a good beginners VBA book, but if you already have basic programming knowledge then dont bother - however if you want to grasp the basics well then its worth getting
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By Mr J Rowlinson on 16 Jan 2013
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Good book helped with some difficult problems. It was my first Kindle technical book, and worked out better than expected.
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By Mohammed Ibrahim on 17 Nov 2014
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Book is good step by step tutor
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Looks good BUT... 23 Jan 2011
By D. W. Moore - Published on Amazon.com
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Lately I've bought a lot of Access 2010 and Excel 2010 books. I'm noticing a disturbing trend. In the "good old days" there would be a CD ROM with course examples included so you didn't have to type in the code. Now we have the web.

But each book hides the example code URL or doesn't bother to include it at all.

This is one of those books that makes you search high and low for the URL. I haven't found it yet.

At first flyover, this appears to be a very strong book. But still ... I feel cheated that I don't have the example code to go with it.

This is a followup to my earlier review.

I contacted the author using the email address in the book. No reply.

After a lot of work, I found customer support at McGraw-Hill. It took them two days to tell me that data on exercise files was not in their database. One of their reps asked me why I would want such a thing.

Most of the code in the text should be easy to type in, however the very useful Win32API code is quite tedious to type. I expect code to be available on CD or web site. I don't think there is any excuse to not have it.

If I could edit my star rating, it would be 3 stars because of the missing code files.
20 of 20 people found the following review helpful
Great for getting that extra power out of Access if you know nothing 3 Mar 2011
By ashtonfourie - Published on Amazon.com
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I have never programmed a stitch in my life before, but I do have some background in having done some SQL administration.

I have been learning MS Access for two weeks now, using what I could find through searches on the web, as well as the MS help files, so my knowledge of Access is somewhat limited.

This book starts exactly where I needed it to start - with the most basic of explanations of things like - where do you actually write your VBA code, what are modules and objects and so on.

It explains it in very simple straight forward English, but it gets the message across of how to use VBA to do the things I need to be able to do, effectively.
15 of 16 people found the following review helpful
This book needs a new title! 20 Sep 2011
By Jeff Beverly - Published on Amazon.com
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This is an excellent book! I've barely started going through it but it has already helped me solve a major problem in a database I've been designing. I'd gone as far as I could with Access wizards and macros and needed help to get deeper into VBA modules. This book gives me exactly what I need in clear, easy-to-understand language and examples.

The only problem is the title! I almost bypassed it because of the title, "Access 2010 VBA Macro Programming." I first thought it was only about Access macros. But on the first page of Chapter 1, `The Basics', it says, "Since this book concentrates on VBA modules, macros will not be discussed further." That is great from my viewpoint but not what is indicated by the title. It was only because I got a clue from another review that I decided to order it.

Advice to the author: Rename your book so you don't lose sales from people like me who misunderstand your terminology when you say "Macro Programming".
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Concise and to the Point 2 Jan 2011
By J. Rogol - Published on Amazon.com
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I found this book very informative and concise. The examples of code were very easy to follow. There were a number of helpful solutions (coding is very specific) to enhancing and securing a program for use. I have used previously version of access and found this very helpful with the switch to 2010.
Chapters were short and to the point. I would certainly recommend this book for someone looking for "real" solutions to coding and/or macro development. The book is 360 pages of great information that can be read in a day (highlighter or sticky notes in hand would be good). Great Book!
14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
Great Book...but not on Kindle 28 Feb 2011
By Dave Ryder - Published on Amazon.com
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I have been reading the Kindle version of this book. I have learned a great deal from this book. It is well-written and gives decent examples. I would have given it five stars, but, sadly, I am not able to see any of the tables or figures from this book. Even using the Kindle's zoom feature, the figures are unreadable. The print is tiny! I called Amazon for Kindle support. They blame it on the publisher. I called McGraw-Hill. They said to call Amazon.

I was hoping someone could offer me, at minimum, PDF's of the various images so that when the book says "Your screen should look like this," I don't have to continue using my imagination. It's too bad neither of these companies take my reading experience seriously.
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