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The Sub-SubForm Youve Always Wanted

Peter Heskett

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Article

 

Access won’t let you have a subform within a subform if the data has to be displayed in a continuous form. But necessity is the

 

mother of invention, and Peter Heskett found a way by using senior and junior subforms. He also shares a few other tricks for h

 

Moving from Access/Jet to ADPs: The Top 10 Ways to Fail

Mary Chipman

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Access Data Projects are wonderful, so you’re told. But what can go wrong? Mary Chipman describes 10 different ways that

 

you can make your conversion to ADPs a disaster. Note: ADP's were not very popular, best to avoid doing new ADP's Garry

 

Choosing Options

Peter Vogel

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Article

 

Access provides three different ways for users to select among multiple choices: check boxes, option buttons, and toggles—-

 

and then there are option groups. Peter Vogel looks at what you can (and can’t) do with these tools.

 

User-Defined Functions

Russell Sinclair

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In this month’s instalment of 'Working T-SQL,' Russell Sinclair introduces SQL Server user-defined functions and shows how you

 

can put these new SQL Server objects to work in your Access application.

 

Managing Cursors, Quotes, Subforms, and Missing Data

Christopher R. Weber

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Access Answers

 

Wherein Chris Weber looks at four problems: handling missing data in reports, customizing the cursor, variable] sized subforms,

 

and managing quotes.

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