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By Ken Getz

1. Queries -- 2. kinds -- three. studies -- four. constructing and allotting functions -- five. Taming Your Printer -- 6. coping with info -- 7. Exploring VBA in Microsoft entry -- eight. Optimizing Your software -- nine. taking advantage of Your person Interface -- 10. Multiuser functions -- eleven. The home windows API -- 12. Automation -- thirteen. utilizing facts entry Pages -- 14. operating with SQL Server facts "Paperback: 720 pages writer: O'Reilly; 1 variation (February, 2002) ISBN: 0596000847 Product Dimensions: 9.2 x 7.0 x 1.3 inches entry Cookbook encompasses a accomplished choice of difficulties, ideas, and useful examples for the Acce

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Although many of the chapter databases will work in Access 2000, this chapter's examples will not. ) Chapter 6 This chapter concentrates on working with data in ways that traditional database operations don't support. You'll learn how to filter your data, back it up, locate it on the filesystem, calculate a median, perform sound-alike searches, save housekeeping information, and more. Most examples in this chapter use some form of VBA, but they are clearly explained, and "testbed" applications are supplied to show you how each technique works.

Select Query → Crosstab to convert the query into a crosstab query. Add the columns you want to the crosstab query. Use a calculation for the Column Heading field. This calculation should use the built-in Format function to convert a normal date into an alphabetic string for cross-tabulation purposes. This might be the day of week or the month of year—in the example shown in Figure 1-7, we took the date field, DateAcquired, and formatted it as a three-letter month string. Add the remaining fields to qryAlbumTypeByMonth2, as shown in Table 1-3.

In most cases, you'll just import an existing module and won't type anything at all. How Do I Use Data Access Objects (DAO) in New Databases? By default, new databases that you create in Access 2000 and later assume that you'll want to use ActiveX Data Objects (ADO) rather than the older set of objects for accessing data, DAO. Many of the examples in this book take advantage of DAO, because it's simpler, more consistent with earlier programming techniques, and is in general just as efficient (or more efficient) than using ADO for programming against Access data (that is, data stored in an MDB or MDE file).

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