Access 2007 Forms and Reports For Dummies

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Do you have tons and tons of data on your computer but you’re not quite sure how to make heads or tails of them—or even organize them? Are you using Access as spreadsheet rather than what it was really meant for? If you have trouble finding meaning in your data, then Access 2007 Forms & Reports for Dummies let you discover the wonders of this highly useful program.

This no-nonsense guide gets right down to business by showing you the easy way to use this powerful tool. It gets you started with selective, targeted queries; forms that improve efficiency; and reports that communicate—while sparing you of any fancy language. This hands-on guide features clear, concise instructions that show you how to:

  • Orient yourself with forms and reports
  • Create and modify queries
  • Build and edit forms
  • Design and update reports
  • Troubleshoot queries, forms, and reports
  • Make your forms useful
  • Add multiple tables to forms
  • Add finishing touches to reports

Thanks to the included references, Web sites, and informative tips, putting your data to good use has never been easier. You’ll even add some pizzazz to your reports with handy suggestions on ways to wow your viewers. With Access 2007 Forms & Reports for Dummies, you will be creating effective queries, forms, and reports in no time!

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About the author

Brian Underdahl is the well-known, bestselling author of over 70 computer books on a broad range of subjects. He has appeared on a number of TV shows, including the Computer Chronicles, and several TechTV programs, and is the subject of an hour-long interview on the syndicated Computer Outlook radio program. One of his titles was recently recommended to viewers by Scott Gurvey, Bureau Chief, on the Nightly Business Report on PBS, and his books have won awards including an Award of Merit from the Northern California Technical Communications Competition and the Referenceware Excellence Award for best title in the Graphic Design and Multimedia category.
Brian has been involved in personal computers from their beginning and has a background in electrical engineering. His last “real” job was as a Senior Programmer/Analyst for a large company, where he worked hard to bring the power and freedom of PCs to the desktops.
Brian figures that it’s the author who should do the work so that readers can get their money’s worth. That’s why his books are different — he takes the time to explain what’s going on so that readers can understand the subjects easily.

Darlene Underdahl spent many years as a Quality Assurance expert. She is applying that “attention to detail” in the writing she does today. In addition to technical writing, she has written a memoir of her early years and is gathering notes for future projects. She works and lives with her husband, the bestselling author Brian Underdahl, in the mountains above Reno, Nevada.

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Publisher
John Wiley & Sons
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Published on
Feb 8, 2011
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Pages
390
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ISBN
9781118050767
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Language
English
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Genres
Computers / Desktop Applications / Databases
Computers / Software Development & Engineering / General
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Content Protection
This content is DRM protected.
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iPAQ For Dummies boils down all this complicated, amazing technology into understandable pieces. Whether you’ve never used a Pocket PC before or you’re just new to the iPAQ, this handy guide will help you

Navigate the iPAQ interface Use the address book and calendar Schedule appointments Sync your iPAQ with your desktop Back up your files Create pocket spreadsheets, and more

At the heart of iPAQ’s power is the new Windows Mobile 2003 operating system, with its improved security and network support, better Web browsing, and smoother synchronization for e-mail, calendars, and contacts. iPAQ For Dummies shows you how to use that power to

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