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Microsoft Access 2010 In Depth by [Jennings, Roger]
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Access 2010 In Depth is the beyond-the-basics, beneath-the-surface guide for everyone who wants to streamline their work with Access 2010, and get more done in less time. Legendary Access expert Roger Jennings provides specific, tested, proven solutions to the problems Access database users and developers run into every day: challenges other books ignore or oversimplify. Jennings thoroughly covers all facets of working with Access 2010, and adds new chapters on integration and collaboration with Microsoft SharePoint and emulating Table Triggers with Access Data Macros. New coverage also includes: customizable Ribbon and Themes; the revamped Macro Designer; Quick Start Fields; IntelliSense support in Expression Builder; Application Parts and Navigation Forms; conditional formatting and data bars in reports; and new web database publishing techniques. As with all In Depth books, Access 2010 In Depth presents comprehensive coverage, breakthrough techniques, exclusive shortcuts, quick access to information, troubleshooting help for tough problems, and real-world examples with nothing glossed over or left out. Step-by-step instructions with icons guide readers through essential tasks such as designing tables, entering data, importing external data, designing and executing queries, and designing data entry forms and printed reports. Additional chapters on advanced form and report design emphasize data entry efficiency and presentation clarity.


  • By Roger Jennings, a world-renowned Access expert who has sold more than 1.25 million books!
  • Covers all aspects of working with Access 2010, from the customizable Ribbon and Themes to conditional formatting, advanced web database publishing to SharePoint collaboration
  • For everyone who wants to get the most out of Access 2010, from hobbyists to power users to corporate developers
  • About the Author

    Roger Jennings is author of 30+ books on Microsoft database and operating system technologies, including ten previous editions of Special Edition Using Microsoft Access. His books have sold more than 1.25 million copies in English, and have been translated into 20+ languages. Jennings is a charter member of the Microsoft Access Insiders group and is one Microsoft's 15 "Access Heroes." He is also contributing editor for Visual Studio Magazine, a columnist for .NETInsight newsletter, and principal developer for OakLeaf Systems. He received the prestigious Microsoft .NET Best Charter Award for his data-driven OakLeaf U.S. Code of Federal Regulations XML Web services.

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    • Format: Kindle Edition
    • File Size: 54801 KB
    • Print Length: 1200 pages
    • Simultaneous Device Usage: Up to 5 simultaneous devices, per publisher limits
    • Publisher: Que Publishing; 1 edition (28 Dec. 2010)
    • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
    • Language: English
    • ASIN: B004HW7N02
    • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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    • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
    • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars 6 customer reviews
    • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #640,405 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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    This book was first announced for sale in October 2010 but there were many delays from the publishers in its production. I eventually received the book February 2011 but hasten to add this was not the fault of Amazon who kept me informed of the delays by the publisher. So is the book worth the wait?
    The book as shipped contains 1006 pages and the index starts on page 1505 and that was my first surprise. Four hundred and ninety-nine pages (rounded up to 500) were missing in the printed edition! Maybe this was the reason for the delays - who can tell! Slightly perplexed, because the missing pages included the information for those who are migrating from Access 2003 (me) I eventually located on the back cover that chapters 24 through to 33 and Appendices A and B were available only via download from the publishers website. Not a difficult task but some hoop jumping was necessary when, for security reasons, you are requested to supply a random word from one of the chapters in the book. In fact what you receive as a download is the complete book as a PDF (including the missing chapters in the printed version) I was also able to download a complete set of sample demonstration files referred to in the book (sample files for each chapter that sample files are used in). So in summary if you buy this book then be prepared to download a 180MB PDF file to secure the missing chapters and a 80MB zip file if you want the demonstration files.
    Personally my view is that the need to download files should be a prominent announcement associated with the book description.
    O.K. with that out of the way is this book likely to meet my needs? I strongly suspect so but after just one day of skimming through the 23 chapters I had available to me it is difficult to be precise.
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    I am writing this as a non-programmer who wanted to get to grips with creating a well designed relational database and develop forms based on several linked tables. I have done this before, and hoped that this book would guide me through the maze. It may be that my brain is not up for the task any more, but I found the book frustrating and difficult to navigate. It was OK for creating the database structure but not so useful when it came to form design. It did not seem to be focusing on real world examples which would be relevant (apart from the standard Northwind sample database). I also found it frustrating that 500 pages of the book on VBA programming have to be downloaded from the internet. I can dip into the book to get some useful answers to specific issues but it is not a book that helps with the broader view of how to tackle a real-world project.
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    There's really no need to cover the issues already mentioned in other reviews, missing pages, excessive download, worthless discount offers outside the US. I've purchased over 20+ heavyweight software related handbooks over the last ten years and read cover to cover most of them. This without doubt is the worst I've ever bought. There's no doubting the author is an expert in Database theory but his ability to write instructions in use of Access 2010 is horrendous. For starters the text is arranged in ridiculous order. From the outset the author has the new reader immersed in VBA coding amendments on two substantial databases before even explaining how the new ribbon tool bars are laid out. Anomalous information appears in sections of the book completely out of context to the rest of the information on the surrounding pages. Having read the first hundred or so pages in full today there are well over 30+ significant faults /typos in the text and the sample codes. Screen prints are mislabelled, typos are everywhere and text presumably unedited from the previous Access 2007 version of the manual abound. Not sure who proofread this book but they need shooting. Unfortunately I started writing personal notes in this book before I realised how bad it was otherwise it would have gone straight back for a refund. Very disappointed.
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