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Microsoft Access 2013 Step by Step

Over the years, Microsoft has put a lot of effort into making Access not only one of the most powerful consumer database programs available, but also one of the easiest to learn and use. Because Access is part of Microsoft Office 2013, you can use many of the techniques you use with Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel. For example, you can use familiar commands, buttons, and keyboard shortcuts to open and edit the information in Access tables. And you can easily share information between Access and Word, Excel, or other Office programs. Microsoft Access 2013 Step by Step offers a comprehensive look at the features of Access that most people will use most frequently.
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