Download all of the files for this book: Access2013TMM_missingCD.zip.
Note from the Author:
When you first open some of the more complex databases in later chapters, you might not see all the database objects in the navigation pane at first.
Some groups might be collapsed to draw your attention to specific objects that are important for the given example. Read Chapter 14 for complete information about
how the navigation pane works, and how to show or hide just what you want.
There are no examples for chapters 19-23, because these chapters deal with ways to take your existing databases and deploy them or convert them
(for example, on a network, in a SQL Server database, on the Web, and so on). You can use the databases from earlier chapters to try out these features.
The files in the Chapter05 directory provide a good starting point, because they include simple databases with table relationships but no reports, forms, or code.
Chapter 1: Creating Your First Database
Chapter 2: Building Smarter Tables
Chapter 3: Mastering the Datasheet: Sorting, Searching, Filtering, and More
Chapter 4: Blocking Bad Data
Chapter 5: Linking Tables with Relationships
Chapter 6: Queries That Select Records
Chapter 7: Essential Query Tricks
Chapter 8: Queries That Summarize Data
Chapter 9: Queries That Change Tables
Chapter 10: Creating Reports
Chapter 11: Designing Advanced Reports
Chapter 12: Creating Simple Forms
Chapter 13: Designing Advanced Forms
Chapter 14: Building a Navigation System
Chapter 15: Automating Tasks with Macros
Chapter 16: Connecting Macros to Forms and Tables
Chapter 17: Automating Tasks with Visual Basic
Chapter 18: Writing Smarter Code
Chapter 19: Sharing a Database on Your Network
Chapter 20: Building an Access Web App
Chapter 21: Linking Access to SQL Server
Chapter 22: Linking Access to SharePoint
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Chapter 23: Importing and Exporting Data