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An Access Project, Part 3: “Relationship” and “Normal”

Dave Irvine returns with his series on Access development. In this article, David steps back to discuss some of the underlying concepts of database design. David applies a system analyst’s approach to data design that you might find more useful … Continue reading

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An Access Project, Part 2: Data Modeling

In this series of articles,¬†David¬†walks through the process of creating a complete Access application. While the application itself is a valuable tool in a developer’s toolkit, David will concentrate in each article on using some feature of Microsoft Access. Start … Continue reading

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An Access Project, Part 1: Requirements

In this series of articles, David Irvine walks through the process of creating a complete Access application. While the application itself is a valuable tool in a developer’s toolkit, David will concentrate in each article on using some feature of … Continue reading

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