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1. Open the folder in which the accidentally deleted file was stored. 2. Get the mouse pointer onto a empty area within the folder. The easiest way is to get the mouse pointer about an inch below the last row of icons in the folder. You ll know the mouse pointer is touching an empty spot when no icon is selected (highlighted). 3. Right-click that empty space and choose Properties. Then click the Previous Versions tab in the dialog box. If there are previous versions of the folder available, they ll be listed on that tab.
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Box 5.3 Examples of high-tech and low-tech pressure redistributing devices. Low-tech High-spec foam (overlay, mattress) Gel (overlay, mattress) Fluid (overlay, mattress) Fibre (overlay) Air (overlay, mattress) High-tech Alternating air (overlay, mattress, bed) Low air loss (overlay, mattress, bed) Air uidised (mattress, bed) Turning beds (manual controls, motorised)
It is important to understand that an Access .adp file doesn t contain linked tables. The tables in an Access .adp file are equivalent to any Access table. The only difference is that the table s data is provided by SQL Server and not by the Access Database Engine. And, because the tables are hosted by SQL Server, the data types available to you are somewhat different from the way they are in a native Access database. Figure 38.9 shows the user interface of the Access ADP created earlier in this chapter. Notice how similar it is to any Access application.
Working with the Table Pane ............................................................................................158 Looking at the join line ...........................................................................................158 Manipulating Field Lists ..........................................................................................159 Moving a table.........................................................................................................159 Removing a table .....................................................................................................159 Adding more tables .................................................................................................160 Creating and Working with Query Joins ...........................................................................160 Using ad hoc table joins ..........................................................................................161 Specifying the type of join .......................................................................................162 Deleting joins ..........................................................................................................164 Understanding Table Join Types .......................................................................................165 Working with inner joins (equi-joins) .....................................................................165 Understanding outer joins .......................................................................................166 Working with self-joins ...........................................................................................167 Creating a Cartesian product ...................................................................................169 Summary ..........................................................................................................................170
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