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BOOK: Access 2003 VBA Programmer's Reference
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I am currently using Access 2000, but I am very intrigued by your new book. From my meager experince using Access I am convinced that there are two subjects that an Access user must get into before they can really create a user-friendly database: SQL and VBA. Would your book be beneficial to me as an Access 2000 user, or is there simply too much Access 2002/2003 specific "stuff" in the book?


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The book is aimed t the intermediate/advanced programmer, so it should do just fine for your purposes. Except for an in-depth study of SQL, it has everything you need to advance your VBA skills.

Graham R Seach
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