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  From the July 2014 Issue of Prestwood eMag
 
Chapter 28: Using Forms and Queries in Paradox for Linux
 
Posted 11 years ago on 2/24/2008
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Chapter 28 by Mike Prestwood from the book WordPerfect Office 2000 for Linux: The Official Guide. First published June 2000 by Osborne-McGraw/Hill. ISBN 0-07-212238-2.

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Chapter 28 WordPerfect Office for LinuxWith Paradox, you can create forms and reports visually. You can create dazzling single table or multitable forms for viewing, editing, and adding data. This chapter shows you how to begin integrating design elements into a complete Paradox for Linux application and deals with issues, problems, solutions, and tips with design  documents from a developers point of view. Throughout the chapter well refer to design documents,which are forms or reports a developer uses to display data. This chapter also dives into special, summary, and calculated fields.

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Article:  Chapter 26: Introduction to Paradox for Linux
Article:  Chapter 27: Designing Your Database With Paradox for Linux
Article:  Chapter 29: An ObjectPAL Primer for Paradox for Linux

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Mike Prestwood is a drummer, an author, and creator of the PrestwoodBoards online community. He is the President & CEO of Prestwood IT Solutions. Prestwood IT provides Coding, Website, and Computer Tech services. Mike has authored 6 computer books and over 1,200 articles. As a drummer, he maintains play-drums.com and has authored 3 drum books. If you have a project you wish to discuss with Mike, you can send him a private message through his PrestwoodBoards home page or call him 9AM to 4PM PST at 916-726-5675 x205.

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