F. Scott Barker's Access 2002 Power Programming gives many practical techniques for the corporate and independent developer.
The main topics covered are:
The Root of Power Programming;
Manipulating and Presenting Data;
Extending Access with Interoperability;
Adding the Professional Look and Distributing Applications;
Adding Finishing Touches.
New features of Access 2002 will be covered thoroughly, including:
A whole new chapter devoted to Data Pages, which is Microsoft's way of bringing the Web interface into everyday office solutions.
A new chapter clarifying the confusion over ADP/MDB and DAO/ADO. Including when and where to use each.
There are a number of new additions to VBA which developers will need good exposure to in order to take advantage of them.
A number of changes have been implemented in the form design with control features added.