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By teddy_li ·
IS THER ANY WWW TEACHING ACCESS?

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by bmichon In reply to ACCESS

Look on the Micrsoft site, they have a listing of training site in your are that you can contact. Also check with you local univetsities or community colleges for internat courses, they are really good.

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by teddy_li In reply to ACCESS

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by icapan In reply to ACCESS

The best samples and explantion on Web you have on german language, on adress www.yahoo.de, and microsoft access samples,
and they are good, of course if you know german.

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by webmaster In reply to ACCESS

Yes, just go to msn.com, or yahoo.com and they should have a list teaching access sites.

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by nsager In reply to ACCESS

Lists of various instruction sites can be found on the internet, but if you would like some instruction at a less expensive price you can purchase a Microsoft Courseware approved book. www.idg.com sells them. I purchased one at the bookstore for about $30. I tried two other avenues to learn Access and this was definitely more helpful. It is suppose to prepare you for the Access Specialist Test that Microsoft puts out. The book comes with an interactive CD that allows you to choose how you would liketo learn the information.

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by MistrPC In reply to ACCESS

I have visited several sites dealing with Microsoft Access, but the best place I have found is at Microsofts website for K-12 Education. you can find all kinds of useful information at the home page of K-12 Education but for Access it is located here:
http://www.microsoft.com/education/curric/office2k/acc2000.htm

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