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Breadcrumbs, or How I Learned to Love the Switchboard

Andrew Wrigley





Andrew Wrigley shows how to design a “Breadcrumb” control that will enhance your users’ experience whenever they need to


navigate a hierarchical structure (and bitterly regrets his lack of documentation...).


Logging Access Startup Details and Version Control

Garry Robinson





Often, in order to get the best performance from your application (or determine what’s going wrong with it), you have to know


what your application is really doing. That’s the role of logging: providing a trail of what was going on with your application.


Displaying Hierarchical Data in a TreeView

Glenn Lloyd





Thanks to the way that Windows Explorer handles folders and subfolders, your users are used to being able to work with


hierarchical data using a TreeView control. Glenn Lloyd shows how to incorporate a TreeView control into your application.


Access Answers: More Favorites

Doug Steele



Access Answers


This month, Doug Steele continues to show how you can gather data from unexpected places. In this article, he gets URLs from


the Internet and a file of exported Opera bookmarks. There are some Web pages on the Internet that are essentially collections ...



-- - Eyewitness Testimony an Editorial on user recall by Peter Vogel


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