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I’ve started to see some sales of the eBook version of “Microsoft Access for Beginners” and was happy to hear from one of the readers today, despite the fact that he was reporting a problem …
It seems there was an issue with the Access 2007 / 2010 version of the program that I believe had to do with differing installations of Access 2007. I’ve corrected the problem and the corrected version is available for download.
Whether or not you’ve bought the book, JobSearch 2010 is definitely worth a look. This is a free program designed with Access 2007 that helps to organize your job search by enabling you to store complete information on every job lead in one place, track the progress of individual leads and follow-up on opportunities more effectively. If you don’t have Microsoft Access, there’s a version that includes the Access 2007 run-time, a free version of Microsoft Access that will enable you to run the program and change data while preventing any design changes to the program.
For more information, check out the download page where you’ll find links to all the versions available and a program manual to help you get started.