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Past Meeting Topics

In December 2000: SIG Leader Larry Linson talked about some unobvious lessons he learned while working on A Simple HTML Editor in Access to prepare these SIG notes. His conclusion was that you can write a text editor in Access, but there are better software tools for writing text editors. The PowerPoint presentation and the EditHTML.MDB example database can be found at the Application Developer Issues SIGís Download Page.

In November 2000: Tom Browning, whose presentation had been deferred not once but twice, gave a great presentation on using other Office software from Access, specifically Microsoft Outlook via COM automation. He presented three methods, a Function in a standard Module, that same Function with its parameters as the sole method of a Class, and that Class modified to use Properties and Methods in the way we normally thing of using Objects. You can get Tomís code from the NTPCUG Application Developer Issues SIG Site.

In October 2000: Guest Speaker Adam Cogan gave us a two-hour introduction to XML, an outstanding presentation. Adam is a principal of Superior Software of Sydney, Australia, President of the Sydney SQL Server, Access, VB, and .ASP User Group, and a frequent featured speaker at Microsoft product rollouts and other events. You can get Adamís presentation at the NTPCUG Application Developer Issues SIG Site. Additional information and downloads are available from Superior Software.

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