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Four Ways to Merge to Word

Helen Feddema

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The Merge to Word button isn't the only way to merge Access data to Word documents. In this article, Helen Feddema demonstrates several more flexible methods, useful for creating either single

 

or multiple word documents and filling them with Access data.

 

 

 

You've Got to Have Friends

Peter Vogel

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Editorial

 

Peter discusses Object Oriented and Tool specialists

 

Word Templates

Helen Feddema

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Sidebar

 

Word Templates

 

Power Up with Subdatasheets

Mike Gunderloy

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Article

 

Access 2000+ introduces the subdatasheet as a new way to view related data in a compact format. Mike Gunderloy explores subdatasheets, showing how you can create these new entities and what you

 

can do with them from both code and Access' user interface. Mike also includes some subdatasheet traps.

 

 

 

Secrets of Debugging

Peter Vogel

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Peter Vogel looks at what you should be doing when you debug your applications, including three tips on writing debuggable code. This article shows the techniques that you should

 

use to make your debugging sessions as effective as possible.

 

Programming Efficiency and Days in a Month

Mike Gunderloy

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Access Answers

 

This month, Mike Gunderloy provides two solutions to a problem in date arithmetic. As a result, he discusses the true meaning

 

of efficiency and how a good programmer approaches even the simplest problems.

 

When is Modal not Modal?

Christopher R. Weber

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Smart Tip

 

When is Modal not Modal?

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