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BOOK: Access 2003 VBA Programmer's Reference
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Old August 3rd, 2004, 04:26 PM
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Default Does the errata process work?

I have submitted several errata for this book (as well as other Wrox books) and I have yet to see one of them posted on the Wrox website? How does the process work? Or it still "broken"?

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As far as I know it's not working great yet. I will try to find out some more information.

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Old August 13th, 2004, 10:21 AM
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Tlwaltz,

The errata for this title now up and working, you may now submit your errata for this title. If you run into any issues, please let me know @ jdtaylor@wiely.com


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Thanks Jennifer!

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How will I know if it is working?

All that happens is that after I press the Submit button a screen pops up indicating that my errata has been submitted. What should happen then? Will I receive any email notifications indicating the status/disposition of the errata? Or is the only way that I will I know that the process works is when the errata is posted on the wrox website?

I have submitted at least 3 errata for this book (and one other wrox book) and none of them have ever been posted as errata on the wrox website.

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Having watched Terry work on Helen for answers for the errata for her book also and the fact that I too own both books, I too would like to know when and where the errata will show up. Those of us that are not YET professional programmers spend a lot of time working out why something don't work when we have checked out what we are using as training material numerous times. As a network admin I realize that this is also valuable experience at debugging the code, BUT if I had that much time to learn it I would probably have used the help files and stumbled along that way. :D


So this is a verbose request to PLEASE make the errata available to us not yet PRO's so that we don't go completely crazy trying to figure out why that example didn't work as it was supposed to.

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