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Microsoft Access 2002 is a powerful, relational database software package that makes it easy to create and manage complex databases. With Access, users can create a database quickly from scratch or by using an Access database Wizard. Once the database is created, Access provides all the tools needed to enter and manipulate data. With the help of the Absolute Beginner's Guide, readers are able to quickly start a new database by using the Database Wizard, create tables from scratch or by using a Wizard, add and edit database information by using both tables and forms and manipulate data in a number of tables by using queries and reports. The book assumes absolutely prior kwledge of the topic, and learning is easy because of the book's lighthearted but -nsense style. It serves as an excellent resource for users who are completely new to Access 2002 or who are upgrading from a previous version of the software.
Susan Sales Harkins is an independent consultant with an expertise in Access. SQL: Access to SQL Server, her latest book by Apress, was released in January 2002. Mastering Dreamweaver MX Databases, by Sybex, is due to be released in February 2003. Currently, Susan writes for a number of technology-based publishers and magazines, including Element K Journals, PC Magazine, builder.com, and devx.com. Susan has also contributed to the Woody's Access Watch newsletter. Susan has written Using Microsoft Access 2000 and Using Microsoft Access 97, 2E for Que. Mike Gunderloy is an independent developer and author who has been working with computers for 25 years. He has been using databases since the release of PC-File for DOS and has been writing and speaking about Microsoft Access ever since version 1.1 was released in 1993. Over the last decade, he has spoken about Access at conferences, written Access courseware, and contributed numerous articles about Access and other database topics to magazines including Smart Access, Access-VB-SQL Advisor, and Microsoft Office Solutions. He has worked closely with the Access product team in that time and has contributed code to several versions as a member of the development team. Mike has written or contributed to more than 20 books on Access and other database topics. He's currently the editor of the monthly Access Developer News as well as Pinnacle Publishing's Hardcore Web Services newsletter.