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This is the next blog in the continuing series of interviews with leading professionals. In this series of blogs, I have an exclusive interview with Teresa Hennig. Teresa is an international authority on MS Access, a top user group leader, a best selling author and a recognized and profiled MVP.
Stephen Ibaraki, FCIPS, I.S.P., MVP
Stephen: With all the changes and updates, it is obviously a lot for anyone to keep up with. When you need to find information about a issue or feature, which are your top recommended resources?
Teresa: The best resource, of course, will vary with technology and current need. I like to have a reference library of books, mostly about Access, but also Windows and other areas of interest. I'll often turn to a book for an example of code or to confirm on naming conventions and such. And yes, that's why I insisted that our Access VBA Programmer's Reference series have a comprehensive appendix that includes compiled lists from multiple sources. I like having that material in one place so that I can find it any time I want. But, in addition to having some good books, my favorite resources would include:
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