'Access 2010: The Missing Manual' by Matthew MacDonald is another gem in the line of Missing Manual books. Filled with 800+ pages of material, if you are new to Access or even a seasoned pro, there is a little bit of something for everybody in this book. A fantastic layout, wonderful content, and one of the most user-friendly books out there, if you use Access for any length of time and want to become a better user or are a new user and want to discover how to use Access, this is the ONLY book for you.
An absolute marvel which richly deserves the title 'Missing Manual' as this keeps up with the past quality works expected from this line.
***** HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
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Go from Access novice to true master with the professional database design tips and crystal-clear explanations in this book. You'll learn all the secrets of this powerful database program so you can use your data in creative ways -- from creating product catalogs and publishing information online to producing invoices and reports.
Build a database with ease. Store information to track numbers, products, documents, and more
Customize the interface. Build your own forms to make data entry a snap
Find what you need fast. Search, sort, and summarize huge amounts of information
Put your data to use. Turn raw info into printed reports with attractive formatting
Share your data. Collaborate online with SharePoint and the brand-new Access web database
Dive into Access programming. Get tricks and techniques to automate common tasks
Create rich data connections. Build dynamic links with SQL Server, SharePoint, and other systems