This work helps you create queries that make forms and reports useful, and develop forms to access the data you need and make reports that make sense! If you thought you had to use a spreadsheet program to produce reports and forms, guess what! Access can turn out great-looking forms and reports that actually show what's going on with your data - if you know how to ask it nicely. This hands-on guide helps you do just that, and it works with all versions of Access. It helps you discover how to: ask Access the right questions; work with sets of data; create simple forms with a wizard; use queries to create new tables; troubleshoot queries; and, add visual features to reports.
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Author Biography - Brian Underdahl
Brian Underdahl is the well-known, best selling author of over 70 computer books on a broad range of subjects. He has appeared on a number of TV shows, including the Computer Chronicles, and several TechTV programs, and is the subject of an hour-long interview on the syndicated Computer Outlook radio program. One of his titles was recently recommended to viewers by Scott Gurvey, Bureau Chief, on the Nightly Business Report on PBS, and his books have won awards including an Award of Merit from the Northern California Technical Communications Competition and the Referenceware Excellence Award for best title in the Graphic Design and Multimedia category. Brian has been involved in personal computers from their beginning and has a background in electrical engineering. His last "real" job was as a Senior Programmer/Analyst for a large company, where he worked hard to bring the power and freedom of PCs to the desktops. Brian figures that it's the author who should do the work so that readers can get their money's worth. That's why his books are different - he takes the time to explain what's going on so that readers can understand the subjects easily.