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BOOK: Access 2007 VBA Programmer's Reference ISBN: 978-0-470-04703-3
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Angry Chapter 6 Using DAO

I'm a bit peeved that I struggled through much of this chapter before finding out in the following chapter about the Ambiguous References problem. My database is an MDB file, but Access 2007 on my computer doesn't have a Reference in Visual Basic to DAO 3.6. It seems to me there should have been some mention of this at the beginning of chapter 6.
While I'm ranting, let me add that in chapter 6 on p162 under Working with Recordsets, first, there is no definition of the new term "Recordset". On p164, there is a paragraph under Filtering and Ordering Recordsets that really looks like it belonged on p162 where the concept is being introduced. Second, there is this statement "As you've already seen, four types of recordsets are available in DAO". Where have we already seen this? I've searched until my eyes are bugging out and I find no previous mention. Further, I haven't found these four types listed anywhere else in the book, either.
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