The Complete Idiot's Guide to Microsoft Access 97

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  • Title: The Complete Idiot's Guide to Microsoft Access 97
  • Author: None
  • ISBN: 078971051X
  • Page: 440
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    1. If you really are a beginner in Access, do not buy this book. I am pretty good at picking up new software quickly, but this book lost me. He uses examples that you don't even have. At one point, he said "choose the suppliers table" but there wasn't a suppliers table!!Also, he tries to be funny, but fails. You have to read through tons of stupid stuff to get to anything of relevance. And you can't skip over it either, or you'll miss the tiny morsel of important information that he put in [...]

    2. similar to the dummies series, the idiots version was proofed a little more carefully before it went to press. A wonderful book for beginners or experienced computer buffs who want to get the basics out of the quickly

    3. I was appalled at the number of typos, omissions, and just plain ERRORS contained in this book! I find it inexcusable that there are (many!) places where an incorrect illustration is provided, for example. At first I thought I must have a very early edition, but my copy is apparently from the 2nd printing, in 1998I was also very disappointed to find that there is no accompanying CD-ROM or website to go along with the tutorials. For each new sample database or table, the reader has to bui [...]

    4. This book, while being very funny, is also a great resource for learning Access. The author really knows his stuff.

    5. I was appalled at the number of typos, omissions, and just plain ERRORS contained in this book! I find it inexcusable that there are (many!) places where an incorrect illustration is provided, for example. At first I thought I must have a very early edition, but my copy is apparently from the 2nd printing, in 1998I was also very disappointed to find that there is no accompanying CD-ROM or website to go along with the tutorials. For each new sample database or table, the reader has to bui [...]

    6. If you really are a beginner in Access, do not buy this book. I am pretty good at picking up new software quickly, but this book lost me. He uses examples that you don't even have. At one point, he said "choose the suppliers table" but there wasn't a suppliers table!!Also, he tries to be funny, but fails. You have to read through tons of stupid stuff to get to anything of relevance. And you can't skip over it either, or you'll miss the tiny morsel of important information that he put in [...]

    7. similar to the dummies series, the idiots version was proofed a little more carefully before it went to press. A wonderful book for beginners or experienced computer buffs who want to get the basics out of the quickly

    8. This book, while being very funny, is also a great resource for learning Access. The author really knows his stuff.

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