VBA for Access
Turn your Microsoft Access database into an Application using the VBA programming language. Learn to automate tasks. Put code behind the objects on your forms and reports.
This course will not be a survey of Visual Basic. Instead, it will jump right into Visual Basic for Applications with extensions for Microsoft Access (VBA) to write code for the objects in your database.
You will need to purchase “Microsoft Access 2000: Visual Basic for Applications Fundamentals” by Evan Callahan. ISBN-13: 978-0735605923, ISBN: 0735605920
Hannah Goodman builds custom database applications. She earned her master’s degree in computer science from UWM in 1986. Hannah worked for the Medical College of Wisconsin as a systems analyst, designing databases, writing custom programs and performing statistical analysis. In ... read more
Benefits and Learning Outcomes
- Programming Command Buttons
- Finding and Filtering Records
- Data Entry Events
- Writing your own Functions
- Monitoring and Debugging your Code
- Error Handling
- Using Dialog Boxes
- Navigation with Multiple Forms
- Customizing Reports
Dates and locations to be announced.