Table of contents for Microsoft Office Access 2007 : forms, reports, and queries / Paul McFedries.

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Part I		Creating Forms
1	Creating and Using a Form
2	Working with Form Controls
3	Designing a Form for Efficient and Accurate Data Entry
4	Designing Forms for Business Use
5	Creating Specialized Forms
Part II	Designing and Customizing Reports
6	Creating and Publishing a Report
7	Designing Effective Business Reports
8	Designing Advanced Reports
9	Creating Specialized Reports
Part III	Creating Powerful Queries
10	Creating a Basic Query
11	Building Criteria Expressions
12	Working with Multiple-Table Queries
13	Creating Advanced Queries
14	Creating PivotTable Queries
15	Querying with SQL Statements
 (c)About the Author
Paul McFedries is the president of Logophilia Limited, a technical writing company. 
Now primarily a writer, Paul is well known as a teacher of Microsoft Office and 
Microsoft Windows, and has worked as a programmer, consultant, database 
developer, and website developer. He has written more than 50 books that have 
sold more than three million copies worldwide. These books include Tricks of the 
Microsoft Office 2007 Gurus (Que, 2007), Formulas and Functions with Microsoft 
Excel 2007 (Que, 2007), VBA for the 2007 Microsoft Office System (Que, 2007), 
and Windows Vista Unleashed (Sams, 2006).
***End About the Author***
***Begin Dedication/Acknowledgments page***
***Begin Dedication***
To Karen and Gypsy.
***End Dedication***
When people ask me what I do for a living, I tell them that I write technical books. 
However, if my ego was just a tad smaller, what I'd really say is that I collaborate 
on technical books. Yes, it's my name on the front cover (there's that ego thing 
again), and the text you're about to read was written by me, but a book like this 
comes together with the hard work and dedication of lots of people. You can see a 
list of them near the front of the book on the copyright page, and my heartfelt 
thanks go out to all of them. I'd also like to pass along extra thanks to those hard-
working souls that I worked with directly: Acquisitions Editor Loretta Yates, 
Development Editor Todd Brakke, Project Editor Andy Beaster, Copy Editor Chuck 
Hutchinson, and Technical Editor Scott Diamond.
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Database management.
Microsoft Access.