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Acknowledgments

Acknowledgments

The folks on the Microsoft Access development team provided invaluable technical support as I worked with the beta software and tried to figure out some of the challenging technical details in Microsoft Office Access 2003. Special thanks to Bill Ramos, Mike Wachal, Tim Getsch, and Clint Covington. You guys make an author’s job so much easier. But any errors or omissions in this book are ultimately mine.

This book wouldn’t have happened without the outstanding efforts of Sandra Haynes, my project editor; Curt Phillips, the excellent technical editor on the book; and Andrea Fox, who kept all my commas in order. Thanks also to the entire production team at Microsoft Press. Special thanks to Alex Blanton, who talked me into “running the gauntlet” again.

Thanks also to G. L. Sanders, my “partner in crime” at LawTrack, who thought it would be a neat idea to include our contact and sales tracking database as one of the main examples in this book. Including a real production database in the book helps readers see the true value of using Microsoft Access. And last, but certainly not least, thanks to my son, Michael, who wrote major portions of five of the chapters in this book. He’s really turning into a database expert in his own right (maybe it’s genetic)—not bad for someone who majored in psychology in college.

John Viescas
Austin, Texas
August 2003

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