Access VBA Level 1

Inhouse

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  • Typology

    Course

  • Methodology

    Inhouse

  • Duration

    1 Day

Description

This course has been designed for the advanced Access user who wishes to make use of the more powerful facilities of MS Access made available by VBA. This course explores the VBA language introducing features and functionality that will encourage confidence, control and creative use of MS Access. The course is aimed at those with little or no previous.

Important information

Government funding available

To take into account

A sound knowledge of Windows and MS Access including, table creation, query and report writing functions, macro development and relational database concepts gained from practical experience or by prior attendance on an "Access Advanced User" course is essential .

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Course programme

DESCRIPTION
This course has been designed for the advanced Access user who wishes to make use of the more powerful facilities of MS Access made available by VBA. This course explores the VBA language introducing features and functionality that will encourage confidence, control and creative use of MS Access. The course is aimed at those with little or no previous programming background, although experienced programmers wishing to learn VBA will find it a quick and valuable introduction to the language. Throughout the course the theme of adopting good programming practices will be encouraged and advice will be given on planning applications systematically, efficiently and economically. The techniques covered are typical of those encountered in a business database application; focusing in particular on triggering VBA from objects such as queries and forms.


PREREQUISITES
A sound knowledge of Windows and MS Access including, table creation, query and report writing functions, macro development and relational database concepts gained from practical experience or by prior attendance on an "Access Advanced User" course is essential.




An Introduction to VBA
  • Macros versus Visual Basic for Applications
Visual Basic for Applications Development Environment
  • VBA Objects and the Browser
  • VBA Procedures
VBA Language, Syntax and Code Compilation
  • VBA Coding
  • Variables and expressions
  • Branching and Looping
  • Comments and Indents
Deciding on Code location
  • Public Modules
  • Private Modules
  • Writing your Functions
  • Using functions in Queries and Forms
Form-Event Procedures
  • Using Form Events
  • Code Behind Forms
  • Changing Form Properties
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