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  • Date: 17-11-2014, 17:22
17-11-2014, 17:22

InfiniteSkills: Learning Visual Basic For Microsoft Access Training Video

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InfiniteSkills: Learning Visual Basic For Microsoft Access Training Video
InfiniteSkills - Learning Visual Basic for Microsoft Access
Duration: 6.5 hours | AVC 1280x720 15 fps | AAC 64 Kbps 44.1 KHz | 1.04 GB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English

In this software training course from expert author and trainer Guy Vaccaro, you will learn how to use Visual Basic with Microsoft Access. Knowing how to use Visual Basic with Microsoft Access gives you greater control of your Access forms and design.
You will start with an introduction to VBA and the VBA editor, how to navigate and use the tools available to you to write VBA code. You will explore variables and constants, functions, sub routines, arrays and other VBA constructs. This video based training will teach you to use VBA for data manipulation, create and use recordsets, controlling objects, create and use dialog and message boxes, debugging, and creating error messages. Finally, you will learn to protect your VBA programs.

By the completion of this training video, you will be comfortable with using Visual Basic for Access to exert greater control over your Microsoft Access forms and databases. Working Files are included to allow you to work alongside the author in this video tutorial.

Table of Contents
00. Free Videos From This Course
01. Introducing VBA For Access
02. Moving From A Database To An Application
03. Programming In VBA
04. Repeating VBA Code
05. Working With Access Objects
06. Data Manipulation
07. Interacting With The User
08. Combo And ListBox Specials
09. Functions
10. Testing, Error Handling And Debugging
11. And Finally

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