About the Author

Helen Feddema is an independent developer specializing in Microsoft Office applications, concentrating on Access, Word, and (since 1996) Outlook. She has written or co-authored many books on Access and other Office applications, including Inside Microsoft Access (New Riders, 1992), Power Forms for Microsoft Access and Power Reports for Microsoft Access (Pinnacle, 1994), Access How-Tos (Waite Group Press, 1995), MCSD: Access 95 Study Guide (Sybex, 1998), DAO Object Model: The Definitive Guide (O'Reilly, January 2000), and Access 2002 Inside-Out (Microsoft Press, 2001), which was judged #1 in the Desktop and Office Applications book category at the Waterside 2004 conference. Her most recent book is Expert One-on-One Microsoft Access Application Development (Wiley/Wrox, 2003).

She has also contributed chapters to a number of multi-author Office books, including Special Edition: Using Microsoft Outlook 97 (Que, 1997), Office Annoyances (O'Reilly, 1997), Outlook Annoyances (O'Reilly, 1998), Special Edition: Using Microsoft Project 98 (Que, 1997), Teach Yourself Project (Sams, 1998), and Special Edition: Outlook 2000 (Que, 2000). Helen has been a regular contributor to Pinnacle's Smart Access and Office Developer journals, Informant's Microsoft Office and VBA Programming (now Office Solutions), and Woody's Underground Office newsletter, and she is currently the editor of the Access Watch ezine (formerly Woody's Access Watch), for which she writes the Access Archon column.

To Kerry and Jean King, good neighbors and good friends

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