This manual is designed to be used in a classroom environment. There are eight sections, each with their own set of objectives
The manual provides a step by step guide for each new topic with a brief introduction. There are often extra tips and information shown with reference tables which students may use after the course.
It is recommended that you have undertaken the Access 2002 Advanced course and have had adequate practice of the activities covered in the course OR have a good knowledge of the Advanced Skills of Access.
The Macros course is designed for those who are looking to design...
This module provides students an overview of multidimensional expressions
(MDX), foundations in object and member naming conventions, instructions on
how to use the Calculated Member Builder interface, and a review of the
characteristics of calculated members.
brief contents 1 Introducing SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services 2 Report authoring basics 3 Working with data 4 Designing reports 5 Using expressions and functions 6 Using custom code 7 Ad hoc reporting with the Report Builder application 8 Managing the Reporting Services environment 9 Securing Reporting Services 10 On-demand report delivery 11 Mastering the ReportViewer controls 12 Subscribed report delivery 13 Extending Reporting Services
CONTENT: Compare Apple’s Objective-C and Microsoft’s C#: “second cousins twice removed” Build rich, compelling user interfaces based on Silverlight, XAML, and events Move from Apple’s Xcode to Visual Studio 2010 and from Interface Builder to Expression Blend Leverage hardware and device services, including the accelerometer, GPS, photos, contacts, e-mail, and SMS Create dynamic application