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Send Data Without Attachments!

Richard Hunt

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Access has always provided a way for you to send data via e-mail, but your data has to go out as an e-mail attachment. As

 

Richard Hunt points out, using attachments creates its own set of problems. In this article Richard provides an alternative to

 

using

 

Staying Alive

Peter Vogel

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Editorial

 

Last month I talked about developing your competitive advantage. The goal in developing a competitive advantage is to take

 

your unique characteristics and combine them to make a contribution that no one else can make. Peter discusses further.

 

An Access Explorer for SQL Server Tables

Rick Dobson

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Rick Dobson follows up last month’s article with another tool for exploring SQL Server databases. Rick’s table explorer allows

 

you to connect to any database, pull up any table in the database, and review or update the data in the table.

 

User Preferences, Toggles, and Rocket Science

Danny J. Lesandrini

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Article

 

Maybe it isn’t rocket science, but maintaining user preferences will make your applications more appealing. Follow along as

 

Danny Lesandrini demonstrates how you can maintain a variety of user-defined options.

 

Build Word 2003 Docs with XML

Peter Vogel

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Up until now, creating Word documents from Access required extensive knowledge of the Word object model plus some

 

significant programming knowledge. With Word 2003, that’s all changed. Peter Vogel illustrates how you don’t even need

 

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