Access 2003 VBA: Programmer's Reference

Access 2003 VBA: Programmer's Reference

by Patricia Cardoza, Teresa Hennig, Graham Seach, Armen Stein
     
 

Its power and short learning curve have made Access Microsoft's leading consumer relational database management system for desktop applications. VBA lets you tap more of that power, responding to application level events, displaying forms and reports, manipulating toolbars, and much more. In this book, a crack team of programmers, including two Microsoft MVPs,

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Overview

Its power and short learning curve have made Access Microsoft's leading consumer relational database management system for desktop applications. VBA lets you tap more of that power, responding to application level events, displaying forms and reports, manipulating toolbars, and much more. In this book, a crack team of programmers, including two Microsoft MVPs, shows you how to take control of Access 2003 or 2002 using VBA. You'll learn to create and name variables, use DAO and ADO to manipulate data, handle errors correctly, create classes and use APIs, and more. An entire chapter is devoted to the changes in Access 2003, including new wizards and GUI features that previously required VBA code as well as new VBA features. You'll receive a thorough education in system security, macro security, and the Access Developer Extensions (ADE). You will discover how to access data with VBA, execute and debug VBA code, and use VBA with Access objects. Finally, you will learn more about the relationship between Access and SQL Server, and how to use VBA in Access to control and enhance other Office applications.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780764559037
Publisher:
Wiley
Publication date:
04/19/2004
Pages:
984
Product dimensions:
7.40(w) x 9.00(h) x 2.12(d)

Meet the Author

Patricia Cardoza is an Access Developer and an Outlook MVP; she previously authored Special Edition Using Microsoft Outllook 11 (Que). 

Teresa Hennig is a database consultant specializing in Access; she is President of the two leading Acess user groups in the US.

Armen Stein is the founder of J Street Technology, a team of database developers in Redmond Washington, and is Emeritus President of the Pacific Northwest Access Developers Group. 

Graham Seach is an Access MVP; he is also Director and Chief Developer for Pacific Database, a firm specializing in Microsoft Access and SQL Server.

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