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BOOK: Beginning Access 2003 VBA
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Old January 25th, 2005, 05:40 PM
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I bought this book because it looked pretty good for "raw" beginners of Access programming. I have a copy of MS Office 2000 professional which I have been using for years. Since most of MS access has not changed I did not think that I would not be able to open the databases for the book! I have books for Ms Access 2002 and I can use the tutorial databases just fine.

I really cannot afford to buy a new copy of MS office 2003 professional just to study from home, it's quite expensive and Access does not come with the student version of MS office. Would anyone be able to convert the book chapter databases to access 2000 format for me? I would be extremely grateful. I realize that I cannot do all of the topics in the book but I'm just trying to get started now.


Also if anyone knows how I can get a "cheep" version of MS access please let me know. I didn't want to download the trial version because I'm afraid I won't be able to remove it when the trial is over.

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I did get the student version of MS office and it did have Access. The cost was well under $100. The student version was identical to the professionsl version. Try any of the student discount online sites.

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