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Create XML Web Reports From Access 2002

Danny J. Lesandrini

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Transforming XML data with XSL is a great way to deliver formatted content to the Web. Although creating XSL stylesheets can

 

be daunting for the initiated, the new ExportXML method in Access 2002 makes it easy to publish even the most complicated

 

reports.

 

The Problems with Success

Peter Vogel

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Editorial

 

Peter writes … The worst thing that can happen to you when you try something new is that you’ll succeed. The problem with

 

success is that it normally goes unexamined. When something that we do actually works, we tend to take that as the natural

 

outcome of our wonderfulness and assume that we’ve discovered whatever we needed to know about carrying out this task.

 

Microsoft Access Forms—All Class

Garry Robinson

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Article

 

If object-oriented development seems foreign to you, it shouldn’t. All forms are defined in class modules, and all executing

 

forms are objects. Garry Robinson shows how to take advantage of this to create classy forms.

 

Matching Data for Analysis

Rickard Olsson

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Article

 

In this article, Rickard Olsson shows how to compare rows in SQL by loading the desired data into two tables for easy

 

comparison. In fact, he shows two different methods and tries to figure out which method will give the best performance.

 

Starting the Interface with Access Data Projects

Martin Reid

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Article

 

This month, Martin Reid shows you how to build the user interface to an Access Data Project. You’ll see how easy it is to create

 

an Access form that’s bound to a stored procedure without giving up the benefits of parameters. Part 2 in this edition Jun-2002

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