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I am starting of with MS Access 2007 for the 1st time in my life. Can you tell me how to go about it. Is there a Dummies Book for Access 2007?

I need to make various databases and link them to generate reports ----HELP ME

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There are several books out there. Take a look at amazon.com and you will see several solutions. most of the books are very informative and will help you get started.

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