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Manage your Update Tables with Query Lists

Keith Bombard

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In this article, Keith Bombard shows off a routine that can reduce the time it takes to create a form to manage your update

 

tables. This general-purpose routine can be used with any small table for editing, updating, adding, and deleting records.

 

In My Craft or Sullen Art

Peter Vogel

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Editorial

 

When writers get desperate, they can always fall back on the “unrelated-work-of-art” ploy. What you do is take some book

 

that you’ve been reading and write about how it relates to the real topic. Read more and see how Peter weaves this into an

 

editorial,

 

ADO.NET for ADO Developers

Rob MacDonald

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Article

 

Microsoft’s .NET initiative has provided yet another opportunity to overhaul data access. In this article, Rob MacDonald

 

compares ADO.NET to what’s already being called classic ADO, and explains some of the reasons for the

 

changes in ADO.NET, as well as as some of its great new features

 

Access 2002 and XML

Peter Vogel

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You’ve heard about XML and so has Microsoft. The latest version of Microsoft Office, Office XP, has all of its applications XML-

 

enabled so that they can share data (well, almost all and almost share). Peter Vogel shows you how this works in Access.

 

Subforms to Security

Christopher R. Weber

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This month, Christopher Weber runs through questions that range from subforms to transparently joining secured workgroups.

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