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Explore Your Data With SubdataSheets

Garry Robinson

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Garry Robinson discusses the strategy that his company follows when producing custom software for his clients. Access 2000+’s

 

subdatasheets have an important role to play in that strategy.

 

Access 2000 - An Opinion

Peter Vogel

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Editorial

 

I occasionally get asked if developers should upgrade to Access 2000+. I always respond with a resounding “Yes, developers

 

should upgrade to Access 2000+!” However, the next question, “Should I be upgrading my clients to Access 2000+?” is more

 

difficult to answer.

 

The Exists Property

Cindy Meister

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The Exists Property

 

Aligning Text in the Header/Footer

Cindy Meister

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Sidebar

 

Aligning Text in the Header/Footer.

 

Where am I?

 

Using Stored Procedures in ADPs

Burton Roberts

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Article

 

To get the most out of Access Data Projects, you must use stored procedures. But trying to use them for some of the most

 

common tasks isn’t covered in the documentation. Burton Roberts shows you how to use some of ADO’s features to link stored

 

procedures to combo boxes and forms.

 

National Language Support

Steve Thompson

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National Language Support

 

Using Stored Procedures in ADPs

Burton Roberts

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Working in the Shadow of Microsoft

Michael Kaplan

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Article

 

Making a living as an independent consultant can be difficult enough, but it can be a lot more difficult when you have strong

 

opinions and no problem sharing them. Michael Kaplan discusses what it’s like for him to balance the many issues that affect

 

the life of a software design engineer and consultant.

 

Querying the Database

Mark Davis

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Article

 

Once you have a lot of data, you’re going to have to move beyond Jet. Mark Davis shows how to get the most out of your

 

Access application when your back-end database is Oracle.

 

Five Tips for High Performance Oracle Queries

Mark Davis

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Five Tips for High Performance Oracle Queries

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