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BOOK: Beginning Access VBA
This is the forum to discuss the Wrox book Beginning Access 2002 VBA by Robert Smith, Dave Sussman, Ian Blackburn, John Colby, Mark Horner, Martin Reid, Paul Turley, Helmut Watson; ISBN: 9780764544026
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Old November 8th, 2004, 02:56 PM
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Default Lots of errors and no solutions....

to all of you, like me, or potential buyers of this book, Access 2002 VBA, ISDN0-7645-4402-0, if you want a book fullor errors and no avaible solutions for the exercises, this book is for you. If you are normal and would like to be able to learn this stuff on your own and like the solutions readily available so you can see if you are doing the exercises correctly, steer clear of this waste of $50. Take my advice. I have already tried everything to find the solutions to no avail....

DO NOT BUY THIS BOOK! IT IS FULL OF ERRORS AND NO SOLUTIONS ARE AVAILABLE!

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what is wrong with you? there is a link to the solutions on this very website... as well as an appendix in the book labeled EXERCISE SOLUTIONS I have found this book so far to be better than 3 others that I purchased all for about the same price.

maybe you're just stupid

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vgebha03 -- I don't think there's anything wrong with i8226girl, I have the same book title/ISDN that she references, and I'm finding similar results with respect to the fact that there are no available solutions for the exercises (I just checked this website and it explicitly states that the solutions for exercises are no longer available). Also, contrary to what you indicate, there are NO appendices in the book, let alone any labeled "Exercise Solutions". I do agree with you, however, that I have also purchased other Access VBA texts (six others) and find this one to be the best so far. I'd like to find those solutions you reference, can you post or email a link to me? Thanks, GWVAZ.

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Hi to you all
I am new to access and have been spoilt by the excellent forum at Beginning Dreamweaver MX 2004 where the author responds to questions with lightening speed. Accordingly I am looking for a book on Access which has the same level of support.

Should I get this book and what and where is any support I should get?

Thanks for any responce

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