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by Zac Woodall

Microsoft® Access 2007 uses templates to create tracking applications, offering a rich user experience for entering, managing, and reporting on data for targeted scenarios. In The Rational Guide to Microsoft® Office Access 2007 Templates, Microsoft Program Manager Zac Woodall shows how to design, create, and share Access templates. Topics include customization, personalization, branding, and working with SharePoint. Advanced topics include template file anatomy, template collections, enterprise templates, generating templates without running Access, and integrating templates with add-ins. Technical Accuracy is assured by Michael J. McCormack, Program Manager, Office Data & BI, Microsoft Corporation. Includes free bonus material: * Sample code from the book * Sample templates from the book * Bonus chapter on how to install and use .accfl field template XML files to customize the Access Field Templates task pane
Download The Rational Guide to Microsoft Office Access 2007 Templates (Rational Guides) epub
ISBN: 1932577386
ISBN13: 978-1932577389
Category: Technology
Subcategory: Software
Author: Zac Woodall
Language: English
Publisher: Rational Press (June 28, 2007)
Pages: 256 pages
ePUB size: 1476 kb
FB2 size: 1653 kb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 502
Other Formats: mobi lrf lrf lit

Zac Woodall's book provides an excellent introduction to creating and sharing Microsoft Access database templates. It's a wonderful reference for anyone who needs to occasionally or regularly design or develop Access templates.
Zac's, presentation & content, is a model of good writing. The bonus tools in Chapter 11, for modifying the Auto Format Template were unexpected, but truly appreciated, as was all the other bonus content. One look at the ACWZUSR12.ACCDU (AutoFormatFile) was enough to understand why the tool was constructed.
The Template project, "Contacts Modified Template"; is the working model, it also provides the insight of how the templates hidden files systems interact, without the usual macro security issues. Part 3 provides you with the necessary XML Schemas needed for building a Template production model.
Zac also provides links to additional learing resourcs.
Green eggs and Ham to Zac & the Access Team,
Thanks Bill>"M"
Zac's book focuses on how to build Access Templates using the new Access 2007 program. He covers this topic from the ground up so if you want to know anything and everything about creating templates, this is definitely the book you want.

Zac brings a unique perspective into this technical manual by helping you understand the thought processes that the development team went through when designing the template architecture for Access 2007. His writing is not only insightful, but Zac also has a gift for energizing the written word. Like any well written published work, Zac keeps you interested in the topic at hand and makes you not want to put the book down.

Great work Zac!
I immensely enjoyed reading this book. It is a great introduction on how to use/work with the new Microsoft Access 2007 template feature. The author's writing style and humor ensure that you keep focused and interested in the sometimes dry technical material.

Would recommend it to any developer who wants to fully take advantage of the Access 2007 release.