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http://www.ocaug.org/
Orange County Access User Group (OCAUG) is Southern California's Premier group.
We welcome users of all abilities from "newbies" to system administrators. We meet on the FIRST Tuesday of each month to ask questions, exchange ideas, hear presentations, see real world examples, learn about the latest Microsoft Access developments, review third-party tools, find job opportunities, eat pizza, and more.

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