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- DescriptionThe truth is, the database is the computer world's best-kept secret that everyone really kws about. Everyone kws about them because everyone uses them -- from the little database you use to keep track of addresses and phone numbers on your computer to huge databases that banks use to house the financial information of millions of people. However, body talks about databases because they're so darned complicated to set up and use; quite frankly, body but the geeks who design and build them really kw how they work! How does this apply to you? Well, being a rmal human being (translation: t a computer geek), you probably have work to do. In fact, you may have lots of work piled up precariously around your office. Someone, possibly your boss (or, if you work at home, your Significant Other), suggested that a database may help you get more organized, eliminate the piles, and generally make the safety inspector happy. Good advice, except for the fact that you, like most other people, don't kw thing-one about setting up a database. And you have this program called Access 2002 on your computer that's supposed to do all that for you. But how do you get started with Access 2002 and have it set up the kind of database you need? Well, you've come to the right place. Written in plain, understandable English (try to find that in your typical software manual), Access 2002 For Dummies shows you how to make sense of that whole complicated database thing without boring you silly or turning you into a world-class computer geek. Here are just a few of the topics you'll find covered in Access 2002 For Dummies: Touring the basic functions of Access 2002 Designing and building a database -- without tearing out what's left of your hair Building data relationships, keys, and indexes Making your data presentable Searching: Find, filter, and sort Posing queries and creating calculations Running reports and creating charts Feeding your data to a Web site Top Ten lists on timesaving techniques, surviving database crises, and tips from those computer geeks to make your database life easier So matter what you want to use your database for -- whether it's to store inventory information, to feed information dynamically to a Web site, or simply to track your business contacts (so you can get rid of that drawer full of business cards) -- you can find all the information you need in Access 2002 For Dummies.
- Author BiographyJohn Kaufeld got hooked on computers a long time ago. Somewhere along the way, he discovered that he really enjoyed helping people resolve computer problems (a trait that his Computer Science pals generally considered a character flaw, but that everyone else seemed to appreciate). John finally achieved his B.S. degree in Management Information Systems from Ball State University, and he became the first PC Support Technician for what was then Westinghouse outside Cincinnati, Ohio.Since that time, he's logged nearly a decade of experience working with normal people who, for one reason or another, were stuck with a friendly personal computer that turned on them. He's also trained more than 1,000 people in many different PC and Macintosh applications. The vast majority of them not only survived the experience, but thrived on it. Today, John is president of Access Systems, a computer consulting firm. He still does trouble-shooting, conducts technical and interpersonal skills seminars for up-and-coming computer gurus, and writes in his free moments.John's other IDG titles include FoxPro 2.6 For Windows For Dummies, Paradox 5 For Windows For Dummies, Games Online For Dummies, and the best-selling America Online For Dummies, 5th Edition. John lives with his wife, two children, and a tolerable American Eskimo dog in Indianapolis, Indiana.
- Author(s)John Kaufeld,Kenny Kaufeld
- PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons Inc
- Date of Publication01/06/2001
- SubjectComputing: Consumer Books ('Technical Trade')
- Place of PublicationFoster City
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintHungry Minds Inc,U.S.
- Out-of-print date30/09/2016
- Content Noteillustrations
- Weight560 g
- Width187 mm
- Height235 mm
- Spine22 mm
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