Access 2016 Bible

They’re here.

Who wants one? Leave a comment on this post and I will select one lucky recipient at random. Leave your comment by midnight CST this Friday. And for you international types, I reserve the right to not spend a lot of money shipping this book, so you might be out even if you’re picked.

For the rest of you, you’ll have to pony up the dough for the “#2 in Books > Computers & Technology > Software > Databases” by clicking here:

Access 2016 Bible

Let’s get that to #1.

55 thoughts on “Access 2016 Bible

  1. In 2009 I took a course in Frisco, TX. I think I deserve a book if I spend more than 16 hours with you and Mike.


  2. Access is my favorite ‘go-to’ for data manipulation.
    It really is database for everyone.
    I’d love to have a copy of this book to keep up on the latest version.

  3. Does it help my chances at all if I casually mention that Daily Dose of Excel is my browser’s home page?

  4. Thanks for the offer. I appreciate the great technical tips and the often witty banter among all the contributing experts!

  5. I think MS Access is a great application. Unfortunately, it has a higher learning curve than Excel.

  6. I need something exactly that size to raise my screen. Just kidding yes please I would love one – you can send it by snail mail to here.

  7. I could use such a fine book. Please let the pseudorandom number generator see me as the worthy recipient.

  8. Hello, I am a happy owner of your Access 2016 Bible book. The introduction of the book (“What’s on the website” Paragraph) makes reference to sample files found on the Wiley website ( access2016bible), but it seems the “download” link is broken. It says no files on that server. Any help or redirect would be much appreciated! Thank you!

  9. The Access 2016 links have been fixed. Wiley said it was system-wide, so hopefully that means everything is fixed.

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