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Using Context- Sensitive Menus

Wayne Wallace

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One of the best things about the latest versions of Windows is the pop-up menus that spring up when you right-click on an

 

object. Wayne Wallace shows how you can add this same capability to your Access 2002 applications.

 

And The Good News Is

Peter Vogel

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Editorial

 

In the rush to build Web applications, Access developers may have felt left behind. While it’s certainly possible to access your

 

data in a Jet or SQL Server database from a Web application, and while there are certainly ways to move ADO data back and

 

forth over the Internet, Access isn’t a Web development tool.Peter discusses this conundrum.

 

Using SQL-DMO to Handle Security in ADPs

Russell Sinclair

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MSDE is a powerful, free version of SQL Server that you can make available to your users. In this issue, Russell Sinclair

 

introduces you to SQL-DMO—the SQL Server administrative programming library—and shows you how you can put it to use by

 

creating a security add-in for ADPs.

 

SQL Anywhere Studio 8

Danny J. Lesandrini

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Review

 

Is Microsoft SQL Server the natural follow-on to Microsoft Access? Danny Lesandrini investigates the possibilities of upsizing to

 

SQL Anywhere.

 

Integrating, Tagging, Printing, and Expanding

Peter Vogel

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Access Answers

 

In this month’s Access Answers column, Peter Vogel looks at replacing perfectly good Access functions, having multiple utilities

 

share a control’s tag property, printing PDF files from Access reports, and the issues around creating an expanding/ contracting form. He also disappoints at least one reader.

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