Book Details
DB444
Access Database Design
S. Roman
175


When using software products with graphical interfaces, we frequently focus so much on the details of how to use the interface that we forget about the general concepts that allow us to understand and use the software effectively. This is particularly true of a powerful database product like Microsoft Access. Novice, and sometimes even experienced, programmers are so concerned with how something is done in Access that they often lose sight of the general principles that underlie their database applications. Access Database Design and Programming takes you behind the details of the Access interface, focusing on the general knowledge necessary for Access power users or developers to create effective database applications.