Taking readers step-by-step through Access 97, this hands-on guide uses everyday language. The reader is talked through every stage, from using the keyboard and mouse to creating customized databases.
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Foreword: So you want to learn how to use the database system Access 97. I'm pleased you've decided to use my book for this, and I'm sure it's a decision you won't regret.
In all my years running seminars on this kind of software, my experience has always been the same: the software is written by programmers, and they often seem to think that users need to know as much as they do. Which is why the screen masks, the manuals and the help texts are often so difficult to follow.
But I'd like to show you it doesn't have to be this way. You will find you are being taught the essentials of the software in an easy-to-understand way, with the links being shown where necessary, terms explained easily and the step-by-step instructions given to help you get results and succeed fast.
So what do I expect of you? You need to be familiar with the Windows operating system to some extent. Otherwise, all you need is to enjoy what you do, be curious and want to get things done. And, of course, a little patience coupled with a sense of humour if everything doesn't go quite as smoothly as it should. So there' really very little to stop you using Access 97 successfully.
So have fun - and good luck with your software and 'Access 97 In No Time'
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Book Description Prentice Hall, 1998. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Brand new books and maps available immediately from a reputable and well rated UK bookseller - not sent from the USA; despatched promptly and reliably worldwide by Royal Mail; Bookseller Inventory # WHS01089780139776465
Book Description Pearson Higher Education, 1998. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 352 pages. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # zk013977646X