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- Writing VBA Procedures
- Overview Of VBA Modules And Procedures
- Working With VBA Modules
- The VBA Code Window
- Creating A VBA Sub Procedure
- Working With VBA Variables
- Declaring Variables In VBA
Free Access programming tutorial Video 1
- Declaring VBA Variables
- VBA datatypes
- Running VBA code
- Different ways to use the VBA message box
Free Access programming tutorial Video 2
- Working With VBA Variables
- Obtaining Values From The User
- How to use the VBA Inputbox
- Efficient Variables In Your Application With The Dim statement.
Free Access programming tutorial Video 3
- Working with variables.
- String expressions
- String Concatenation
- Inputbox examples
- Currency Formatting
- Step through code
- Debug code
- Immediate window samples
- if statement example
- one line if statement example
- if else statement example
- if elseif statement example
- select case statement example
Free Access programming tutorial Video 4
- Module 1 Review.
Free Access programming tutorial Video 5
- How to call other procedures.
- How to better organize your code.
- Common Errors
Free Access programming tutorial Video 6
- Overview Responding to user actions at runtime
- building a table in Access
Free Access programming tutorial Video 7
- Database Design in Access
- building tables in Access
- field properties
- field datatypes
- relating tables in Access
Free Access programming tutorial Video 8
- Form Design in Access
- building forms in Access
- programming forms in Access
Free Access programming tutorial Video 9
- option frames
- option buttons
- command buttons, in regards to printing reports.
- learn how to program “pick lists”
- further uses of message boxes.
- “On Open” event of forms to analyze password entries
- string concatenation.
Free Access programming tutorial Video 10
- Creating An Event Procedure
- Reacting To User Actions Programatically
- Using the DoCmd Object
- Program Flow
- Frame and Option Button Events
- Command Button Events
- Drop Down Box Events
VBA Event Driven Programming
- MS Access Message Box
- MS Access Form Caption
- MS Access Form Calculation
- MS Access Form Current Event
- MS Access Form Open Event
- MS Access Form Load Event
MS Access Form Events – PT1
- NotInList Continued
MS Access VBA Control Events – PT3
- ms access text validation
- validation rule access
- input mask in access
- validation in access
- microsoft access tables
MS ACCESS FORM VALIDATION – PT1
- Table & form validation
MS Access Validation – PT2
- MS Access Validation – PT2 (explained)
MS Access Validation – PT2 (explained)
- Validating Text Strings
- Check the string for null values
- IsNull function
- Len Function
- InStr function
- Other VBA String function
- Validating Numbers
- IsNumeric function
- IsDate function
MS Access Validation – PT4
- How To Make A VBA Function
How To Make A VBA Function
- VBA Variable Scope
VBA Variable Scope
- Division by zero errors
- Invalid use of the null characters
- Overflow errors,
- VBA Error Handling
- Run-Time Errors
VBA Error Handling PT1
- A Do Loop in VBA
VBA Do Loop
- A For Loop in VBA
VBA For Loop
- An DAO recordset in VBA.
Recordset In VBA – PT1
- An ADO recordset in VBA.
Recordset In VBA – PT2
- Using the methods of the recordset object.
- MoveFirst, MoveLast, MoveNext, MovePrevious, EOF, BOF
Recordset In VBA – PT3
- Using SQL to select and modify records.
Recordset In VBA – PT4
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