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Books

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P,E
Now1001 Things You Wanted to Know About Visual FoxPro
P,E
NowAdvanced Object Oriented Programming with Visual FoxPro 6.0
P,E
NowBuild Your Own Framework with Visual FoxPro
E
NowThe Business Case for VFP in 2013 (VFP in 2013 Series)
P,E
NowClient-Server Applications with Visual FoxPro and SQL Server 7.0
P,E
NowCreating Visual FoxPro Applications with Visual FoxExpress
P,E
NowCrysDev: A Developer's Guide to Integrating Crystal Reports
E
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Das Visual FoxPro 8.0 Update-Buch
E
NowDealing with Reserved Words as Data Names in a VFP Application (VFP in 2013 Series)
P,E
NowDebugging Visual FoxPro Applications
P,E
NowDeploying Visual FoxPro Solutions
P,E
(1/2014)DokuWiki: A Wiki for Software Development Documentation
E
NowEffective Techniques for Application Development with Visual FoxPro 6.0
E
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Effective Techniques for Application Development with Visual FoxPro, 2nd Ed. (VFP 9.0)
E
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Effektive Anwendungsentwicklung mit Visual FoxPro 9.0
P,E
NowEssential SourceSafe
P,E
Contact
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Flying Fox: Applying VFP Reporting to Any Data, in Any Environment
P
NowFoxTales: Behind the Scenes at Fox Software
E
NowFR - Domptez le SQL de Visual FoxPro
E
NowFundamentals: Building Visual Studio Apps on a Visual FoxPro 6.0 Foundation
P,E
NowHacker's Guide to Visual FoxPro 6.0
P,E
NowHacker's Guide to Visual FoxPro 7.0
E
NowHow to Get Paid (Software Developer Business Series)
P,E
NowInternet Applications with Visual FoxPro 6.0
P,E
NowIs the Help Helpful?
P,E
NowLinux Transfer for Windows Network Admins
P,E
NowLinux Transfer for Windows Power Users
P,E
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Making Sense of Sedna and SP2
P,E
NowMegaFox: 1002 Things You Wanted to Know About Extending VFP
P,E
NowMicrosoft Office Automation with Visual FoxPro
P,E
NowMySQL Client-Server Applications with Visual FoxPro
P,E
NowNET for Visual FoxPro Developers
E
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Neu in Neun: Visual FoxPro 9.0 Updatebuch
P,E
NowOOoSwitch: 501 Things You Wanted to Know About Switching to Open Office.org
E
NowOnline Store Shipping and Credit Card Processing Considerations Whitepaper
P,E
NowOpenOffice.org Macros Explained
E
NowPainless Legacy FoxPro Applications on Modern Networks
P,E
NowThe Software Developer's Guide, 3rd Edition
E
NowSo You've Inherited A Visual FoxPro Application Now What? (VFP in 2013 Series)
E
NowTaming Visual FoxPro's SQL
P,E
NowThe Tiny Guide to OpenOffice.org
E
(11/2013)Upgrading a FoxPro 1/2.x Application to Visual FoxPro (VFP in 2013 Series)
P,E
NowThe Visual FoxPro Report Writer: Pushing it to the Limit and Beyond
E
NowUsing SQLite to Bypass the 2 GB .DBF Filesize Limit (VFP in 2013 Series)
E
NowVisual FoxPro Best Practices for the Next Ten Years
P,E
NowVisual FoxPro Certification Exams Study Guide
P,E
NowWebRAD: Building Web Database Apps with Visual FoxPro & Web Connection
P,E
NowWhat's New in Visual FoxPro 7.0
P,E
NowWhat's New in Visual FoxPro 8.0
P,E
NowWhat's New In Nine: Visual FoxPro's Latest Hits
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About books...

Formats

Hentzenwerke Publishing books come in either printed, electronic, or both formats. "P" means the book is available in hard-copy, "E" means the book is available electronically. Most are in Adobe Acrobat PDF format (you'll need Reader version 5.0 or better, available here.) A couple of our older books (Effective Techniques and both Hacker's Guides) are only available electronically in .CHM format.

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Availability

"Now" means that all formats are available to buy from the Hentzenwerke website. Generally, the ebook is available a few weeks earlier than the printed book. Note that it takes between four and six weeks for a printed book to make its way through the chain of wholesalers, distributors, and bookstores before it's available on store shelves. See the book's individual catalog page for additional details.

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Printed books

Most printed books include download of source code and ebook.

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Electronic books

Ebooks are downloadable from our website and usually cost $10 less than the printed book version. Generally in PDF format, a few are also available in CHM format. PDFs are provided with Acrobat Standard Security, which means you can print, extract code snippets and access via readers for the visually impaired, but you can't modify the contents. Most printed books are also available in ebook format, but as older printed books go out of stock, they'll be available only as ebooks. For a complete list, including which formats a particular book is available in, click here.

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