Visual Basic

Course

In Swansea

Price on request

Description

  • Typology

    Course

  • Location

    Swansea (Wales)

  • Duration

    2 Days

Description

On this practical introduction to using Microsoft Visual Basic, delegates will be introduced to the concepts of Rapid Application Development and database accessibility techniques of VB. This course is for those who have experience of designing and developing database applications and want to transfer those skills to VB. On completion of this course, delegates should be able to create a database application by using a variety of VB techniques.
Suitable for: Experienced Windows users

Facilities

Location

Starts

Swansea
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Ground Floor, Sun Alliance House, 166-167 St Helens Road, SA1 4DQ

Starts

On request

To take into account

Delegates should have knowledge of using Windows as well as keyboard skills and knowledge of relational databases and programming techniques.

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Subjects

  • Basic

Course programme

Computeraid is the largest supplier independent computer training and consultancy company in South Wales, training around 20,000 people days annually. Computeraid is supplier-independent so does not sell hardware or software. As well as training thousands of staff from hundreds of smaller companies Computeraid also works with many of the largest organisations in the region. References from all sources are excellent. We offer a range of commercial training options, funded courses and subsidised consultancy. With training centres in Swansea, Cardiff, Neath and Carmarthen we are within easy reach of businesses throughout South Wales.

Company History

Computeraid was founded in 1988 and celebrated its 10th anniversary year by being awarded the Western Mail "Welsh Small Business of the Year" award. Our qualified and dedicated tutors have provided training solutions for thousands of businesses over the last twenty years.

Computeraid is an Investors in People organisation.

Course Objectives:

On this practical introduction to using Microsoft Visual Basic, delegates will be introduced to the concepts of Rapid Application Development and database accessibility techniques of VB. This course is for those who have experience of designing and developing database applications and want to transfer those skills to VB. On completion of this course, delegates should be able to create a database application by using a variety of VB techniques.

Course Contents

  • Using the Visual Basic building blocks
  • Design and creation of tables and indexes using the Visual Data Manager
  • Design and creation of forms manually or with the Data Forms Wizard
  • Design and creation of a Multiple Document Interface (MDI) application
  • Linking forms and tables with controls
  • Use of a variety command buttons and controls
  • Use of memory variables
  • Responding to the User with Event Procedures
  • Use of Visual Basic code for calculations
  • Creation of custom menus
  • Use of Class and Standard Modules
  • Creation of user functions
  • Use of Visual Basic code for application control and error trapping
  • Appreciation of the different data source connections (DAO, RDO & ADO)
  • Creation of a basic report using Crystal reports

Course Details

This is a two-day course running from 9:30 am - 4:30 pm
The course uses a combination of explanation, demonstration,
hands on exercises and review to reinforce learning. Delegates will
receive a course manual covering all the techniques and
exercises.

Prerequisites

To gain the maximum benefit from this course the delegates
should have knowledge of using Windows as well as keyboard
skills and knowledge of relational databases and programming
techniques.

Visual Basic

Price on request