A2K

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AcronymDefinition
A2KAccess 2000
A2KAccess 2000 (Microsoft database application)
A2KAble to Know
A2KAgency 2000 (State Farm Insurance)
A2KAccess 2 Knowledge (Art and Heart In the Information Age)
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Uses: a stand-alone computer program based on MS Access 2000 using checklists and drop-down lists.
The authors introduce types and classes of software, software development life cycle models, design and testing, reliability and quality assurance, measurement and metrics, maintenance and project management, computer-aided engineering, development, Visual Basic 6.0, an introduction to databases, MS Access 2000, Oracle, SQL Server 2000, graphs and data reports, error handling, and more.
The tutorials include Windows Movie Maker 2, Adobe Photoshop, Word 2000, Access 2000 and PowerPoint 2000.
The database is compiled in Access 2000 software and has several built-in forms and printable reports for easy retrieval and viewing of data.
This comes with Microsoft Access 97 SR-1, Microsoft Access 2000 and Microsoft Access XP.
New Perspectives on Microsoft Access 2000. Cambridge, MA: Course Technology.
If MS Access 2000 is not on the user's hard drive, MS Access 2000 Runtime[R], included on the TELUS installation disk, must be installed.
We used Access 2000 (Microsoft Corp., Redmond, WA) to maintain data and generate summary reports.
GFI has discovered a security flaw in Internet Explorer and Microsoft Access 2000 that allows macros to be executed automatically on a victim's machine.
Written in MS Access 2000, the heart of Calwatch is its 32-bt Jet Engine relational database.
The PED system was designed so that data could be readily managed through the Microsoft Access 2000 software.
Data entry intervals can be set by the user to increase or decrease the granularity of data recorded, Historian data can be stored in various databases including: Oracle, Sybase, SQL Server and Access 2000. Reports can be created and viewed using standard ODBC-compliant reporting tools with automatic database and table creation, and according to user-defined selection and frequency criteria (e.g., timed, real-time, or on change).