Access 2010 Programmer's Reference

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Access 2010 Programmer's Reference by Teresa Hennig

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Welcome to Access 2010 Programmer’s Reference, your guide to the new features and opportunities that Access 2010 has to offer. With this release, Access has expanded its reach beyond the desktop and network to join the ranks in the cloud. In support of this new level of connectivity, you will find significant changes within the developer environment that require more decisions, different programming tools, and more options. With changes of this magnitude, you will want to leverage community resources to get up-to-speed quickly so that you are working smarter and more effi ciently. That’s where this book comes in.

What makes this book so special? In addition to the extensive coverage of subject matter, it is the unparalleled team of authors and tech editors who are as devoted to helping fellow developers as they are passionate about Access. Jerry and Teresa have both earned Access MVP status in recognition of their expertise and contributions to the Access community, and Rob and Geoff have worked on the Microsoft Access test team. They are joined by a team of five technical editors who are all Access MVPs; they are not only technical experts but also seasoned consultants and leading-edge developers. Their areas of focus and expertise cover the spectrum from VBA to macros, and from simple solutions to enterprise deployments to Web apps, and all areas in between.

Access 2010 builds on many of the new features that were introduced in Access 2007. Features such as templates, application parts, and Office themes will help you leverage existing resources to quickly create and tailor a custom application. To support the expanding use of macros, we have a new Macro Designer that makes it faster and easier to create and use macros. With their new functionality, you will want to learn how to utilize UI and Data macros in local solutions, not just Web applications.

For many of us, being able to take advantage of the new features, right out-of-the-box, is more than enough reason to upgrade. So although the primary focus of this book is to help you extend the power of Access, we will also discuss the new features of Access 2010. Because many of you are familiar with prior versions of Access, we also point out some of the major changes, particularly if they affect the way that you will be working.

The goal is for Access 2010 Programmer’s Reference to be your primary resource and tool to help you leverage Access’s built-in functionality along with VBA and other tools in a manner that helps you to create solid, robust applications. Access 2010 makes it easy to start working as soon as it’s installed. With the new UI (user interface), people will be building complex applications using the tools and resources that ship with Access. And, with a little outside guidance, they can work a lot smarter, with more confi dence, and avoid several pitfalls.

This book is for the typical Access user as well as the seasoned programmer. It will help you utilize the power of Microsoft Access more effectively and help you choose when to let the wizards do the work, as well as showing you how to modify and enhance the code that the wizards create. Access builds great forms and reports that can be customized on-the-fl y by using VBA code to respond to a multitude of events. Interactive reports, Web apps, and new options for distributing applications exemplify the power and potential of Access.

With all the templates, macros, and built-in features, it is easier than ever to open the program and begin creating tables, forms, and reports with confi dence. When you consider how easy it is to get started, you’ll realize that it is doubly important to be working smart and in the right direction. Use this book and its online resources as your guide to better programming and more effective solutions.



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