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Access 2003 and Windows SharePoint Services

Mike Gunderloy

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Article

 

After a decade of 32-bit development, you might think that Microsoft Office was finished. Despite that, Microsoft is still finding

 

new things to put in to the Office box. In Office 2003, there’s a renewed emphasis on collaborative features, centering around the newly renamed Windows SharePoint Services. In this article, Mike Gunderloy shows you how Access 2003 can work with data stored in SharePoint.

 

Summer Reading: A Book About Me

Peter Vogel

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Editorial

 

I wanted to mention another book that I’ve been reading lately. It isn’t about Access or programming. It is, however, about being a programmer.

 

 

 

The Access Developer's Bookshelf

Peter Vogel

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Article

 

This month, Wayne Wallace and Peter Vogel put their heads together to give you a list of books that you can’t write applications without.

 

 

 

Product Review: Questica Query Dependencies

Danny J. Lesandrini

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Review

 

Sometimes developers get excited about the simplest things. This month, Danny Lesandrini relates his excitement over a new donationware tool for navigating around Microsoft Access

 

query dependencies and references.

 

Creating Spreadsheets Without Excel

Peter Vogel

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Article

 

Since the release of Office XP, it’s been possible to create spreadsheets by using ExcelML. Peter Vogel shows you how to use this technology to create spreadsheets that can be sent anywhere.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Access Answers: Access Developer Needs a Date

Doug Steele

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Article

 

In which Doug Steele addresses commonly asked questions from Access developers. This month, he looks at problems dealing with date values.

 

 

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