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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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I bought the book "Beginning Access 2002 VBA" (ISBN 0-7645-4402-0). I have lost the CD. Can I have the files on this CD emailed to me?

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