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Access 2000 Developer Complete: Level 1 1.0 Access as a Development Tool 1.1 Types of Applications You Can Develop 1.2 What Exactly is a Database 1.3 Getting to Know the Database Objects 1.4 Object Naming Conventions 1.5 Hardware Requirements 1.6 Getting Started Developing an Application 2.0 Tables 2.1 Building a New Table 2.2 Selecting the Appropriate Field Type 2.3 Working with Field Properties 2.4 The Primary Key 2.5 The Lookup Feature 2.6 Table Properties 2.7 Using Indexes to Improve Performance 3.0 Relationships 3.1 Introduction to Relationships 3.2 Types of Relationships 3.3 Referential Integrity 3.4 Benefits of Relationships 3.5 Indexes & Relationships 4.0 Query Basics 4.1 Query Basics 4.2 The Query & Query Result 4.3 Refining Queries with Criteria 4.4 Updatability of Query Results 4.5 Queries Based on Multiple Tables Access 2000 Developer Complete: Level 2 1.0 More About Query Basics 1.1 Calculated Fields 1.2 Summarizing Data 1.3 Excluding Fields 1.4 Nulls & Query Results 1.5 Field 1.6 Parameter Queries 2.0 Forms 2.1 Uses of Forms 2.2 Anatomy of a Form 2.3 Creating a Form 2.4 The Form Design Window 2.5 Working with Controls 2.6 Form Properties 2.7 Control Properties 2.8 Bound 2.9 Command Button Wizards 2.10 Forms Based on More than One Table 3.0 Reports 3.1 Types of Reports 3.2 Anatomy of a Report 3.3 Creating a New Report 3.4 The Report Design Window 3.5 Report Properties 3.6 Control Properties 3.7 Bound 3.8 Reports Based on More than One Table 3.9 Sorting & Grouping Access 2000 Developer Complete: Level 3 1.0 Introduction to VBA 1.1 Why Use VBA 1.2 Types of Modules 1.3 Anatomy of a Module 1.4 Option Explicit 1.5 Event Procedures 1.6 User-defined Procedures 1.7 Scope of Procedures 2.0 Working with Variables 2.1 Declaring Variables 2.2 Data Types 2.3 Scope & Lifetime of Variables 2.4 Comments & Line Continuation 2.5 Adding Comments & Line Continuation 3.0 Control Structures 3.1 If-Then-Else 3.2 Conditional If 3.3 Select Case 4.0 Looping Constructs 4.1 Do WhileLoop 4.2 DoLoop While 4.3 Do UntilLoop & DoLoop Until 4.4 For Next 4.5 WithEnd With 4.6 For EachNext 5.0 Passing Parameters & Returning Values 5.1 Passing Parameters Positionally 5.2 Returning Values 6.0 Built-in Functions 6.1 Format 6.2 Instr 6.3 Left & Right 6.4 Mid 6.5 Ucase 6.6 DatePart 6.7 The Object Browser 7.0 Working with Constants 7.1 Symbolic Constants 7.2 Intrinsic Constants 8.0 The Visual Basic Editor 8.1 IntelliSense 8.2 The VBE Environment 8.3 Customizing the VBE Environment Access 2000 Developer Complete: Level 4 1.0 Objects 1.1 The Object Model 1.2 Objects Defined 1.3 The Object Browser 1.4 Referring to Objects 1.5 Object Variables 1.6 Objects Versus Collections 1.7 Passing Objects to Subroutines & Functions 1.8 Determining the Type of a Control 2.0 Advanced Form Techniques 2.1 Form Events 2.2 The Sequence of Form Events 2.3 Section & Control Events 2.4 Types of Forms 2.5 Built-in Dialogs 2.6 Menus 3.0 More Advanced Form Techniques 3.1 Switching a Forms RecordSource 3.2 Power Combo & Listbox Techniques 3.3 Power Subform Techniques 3.4 Synchronizing a Form with its Underlying Recordset Access 2000 Developer Complete: Level 5 1.0 Advanced Report Techniques 1.1 Report Events 1.2 Sequence of Events 1.3 Section Events 1.4 Sequence of Section Events 1.5 Report Properties 2.0 Report Events & Properties 2.1 Changing Reports Record Source 2.2 Displaying Summary & Detail Information 2.3 Printing Mailing Labels 2.4 Determining Mailing Label Positions 2.5 Printing Page Headers 3.0 Advanced Query Techniques 3.1 Action Queries 3.2 Query Properties 3.3 Optimizing Queries 3.4 Building Cross-tab Queries 3.5 Outer Joins & Self Joins 3.6 SQL & Union Queries 3.7 Passing Parameters Queries Access 2000 Developer Complete: Level 6 1.0 ActiveX Data Objects & Data Access Objects Introduced 1.1 Understanding ADO & DAO 1.2 ADO versus DAO 1.3 The ADO Object Model 2.0 ADO Recordset Types 2.1 CursorType 2.2 LockType 2.3 Options Parameter 3.0 Working with ADO Recordset Properties & Methods 3.1 Record-Movement Methods 3.2 Detecting Limits of a Recordset 3.3 Counting Records in a Recordset 3.4 Sorting 3.5 AbsolutePosition 3.6 The Bookmark Property 3.7 Executing Parameterized Queries 4.0 Modifying Table Data 4.1 Updating Records using ADO 4.2 Deleting Records 4.3 Adding Records 5.0 Creating & Modifying Database Objects Using Code 5.1 Adding a Table 5.2 Removing a Table 5.3 Establishing Relationships 5.4 Creating Queries 6.0 Data Access Objects A Crash Course 6.1 The DAO Object Hierarchy 6.2 DAO Recordset Types 6.3 DAO Recordset Properties & Methods 6.4 Sorting 6.5 Running a Parameter Query using DAO Code 6.6 Modifying Data & Adding & Deleting Records: 6.7 Creating a Table & other Objects Access 2000 Developer Complete: Level 7 1.0 Debugging 1.1 Avoiding Bugs 1.2 The Immediate Window 1.3 Invoking the Debugger & Breakpoints 1.4 Stepping Through Code & Modifying Values 1.5 Placing Breakpoints 1.6 The Step Over Feature 1.7 The Step Out Feature 1.8 Setting the Next Statement to Execute 1.9 The Call Stack Window 1.10 The Locals Window 1.11 Watch Expressions 2.0 Error Handling 2.1 Implementing Error Handling 2.2 Error Events 2.3 Using OnError Statements 2.4 Resume Statements 2.5 Clearing Errors 2.6 The Cascading Error Effect 2.7 The Error Object 2.8 Raising an Error 2.9 The Errors Collection 3.0 Generic Error Handlers 3.1 Invoking Generic Error Handlers 3.2 Logging Errors 3.3 Determining the Appropriate Response to an Error 3.4 Creating an Error Form Access 2000 Developer Complete: Level 8 1.0 Optimizing Your Application 1.1 Optimization - An Overview 1.2 Improving Performance with Hardware & Software 1.3 Jet 4.0 & Performance 1.4 The Performance Analyzer 1.5 Designing Tables to Optimize Performance 1.6 Designing Queries to Optimize Performance 1.7 Making Code Changes to Improve Performance 1.8 Designing Forms & Reports to Improve Performance 2.0 A Strategy for Application Development 2.1 Splitting Tables & Other Objects 2.2 Basing Forms & Reports on Queries 2.3 The Access Runtime Engine 2.4 Preparing an Application for Distribution 2.5 EXE versus Database 2.6 The Importance of Security 2.7 Access as a Front-end 3.0 Developing Multi-user Applications 3.1 Developing with Multi-users in Mind 3.2 Access Locking Mechanisms 3.3 Locking & Refresh Strategies 3.4 Form & Other Locking Strategies 3.5 Recordset Locking 3.6 Effectively Handling Locking Conflicts 3.7 More on Locking Conflicts & Refresh versus Re-query 3.8 Understanding the LDB File 3.9 Other Multi-user Strategies 4.0 Using External Data 4.1 External Data 4.2 Selecting Options 4.3 Importing External Data 4.4 Creating a Link to External Data 4.5 Opening an External Table 4.6 Refreshing & Removing Links Access 2000 Developer Complete: Level 9 1.0 Client/Server Techniques 1.1 Client/Server - An Introduction 1.2 The Client/Server Model 1.3 Client/Server Buzz Words 1.4 Preparing for Upsizing 1.5 The Upsizing Wizard 1.6 Defining an ODBC Data Source 1.7 Connecting to a Database Server 1.8 Building a Client/Server Application from the Get Go 2.0 Client/Server Strategies 2.1 Selecting the Best Recordset Type 2.2 Pass-through Queries & Stored Procedures 2.3 Using Access Data Projects 2.4 Optimizing Data Handling 2.5 Optimizing Queries & Forms 3.0 Client/Server Application 3.1 Creating a Client/Server Application Using Linked Tables 3.2 Creating a Client/Server Application Using an Access Data Projects
 
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