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Bronze Collection

1998-04

 

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An ADO/ASP Tutorial

Michael Corning

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Article

 

Waiting in the future for Access Developers is Jet 4.0. Beyond that is ActiveX Data Objects (ADO). As an Access Developer, you

 

already have a tutorial in ADO installed on your computer. Just ask Access to export your forms to ASP.

 

Old Lamps for New

Peter Vogel

2

 

Editorial

 

Peter talks about dealing with new technologies and building on the past.

 

Putting Subqueries to Use

Wayne Wallace

9

 

Article

 

An earlier "Working on SQL" column discussed subqueries and suggested that you could use subqueries to replace VBA code

 

and speed up your programs. In a guest Working SQL column, Wayne provides a set of rules for recognizing when you can do

 

this and how to do it.

 

Document Procedures Separately

Russell Sinclair

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Article

 

Documentation is one of the most important steps in any development project. In this article, Russell shows you how you can

 

use the properties of the Module object introduced in Access 97 to document procedures in your code separately in order to

 

make you

 

Peter Comes to Bat and Positioning a Record on a Form

Peter Vogel

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Access Answers

 

In this month's issue, Peter tackles a common problem for new Access developers and ends up quoting himself. Also - using the

 

RecordsetClone, violating Windows user interface standards, data entry forms, and how to get a date.

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