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    Tutorial book advice please-

    Thank you for considering my question (query?)!

    A number of years ago i had a book that i believe was titled "Access 2010" that lead one through the creation of a relational database setup for a fictitious company. It has been unfortunately many years since i last worked in Access, having been more Excel based for my present usage, but now a friend is getting into Access and i would like to steer him towards such a book that will blend practical creation along with VBA. Would one of you good learned folks be able to help with a current book of such nature?

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    Re: Tutorial book advice please-

    There are a lot of books available on Amazon for Access 365.

    When I was learning Access, I used a book called Access Bible - it was really comprehensive, and I see there is one for Access 2019 (Access 365 probably won't be much different), so I'd recommedn that. It's also a very useful doorstip!

    By the way, if you're using an older version, then the Access 2010 version of that book is also still available.
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    Re: Tutorial book advice please-

    I have a lot of experience with books. I would say that the best way to learn is to read books. But which one to read? I suggest reading the following books:

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