Automating Microsoft Access with VBA (Business Solutions Series)
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Automating Microsoft Access with VBA (Business Solutions Series)

by Mike Sales Gunderloy, Susan Sales Harkins
     
 

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If you use Microsoft Access in your every day business life but haven't learned to fully exploit the program, now's your chance. Automating Microsoft Access with VBA is a thorough introduction to programming Microsoft Accessing using Visual Basic for Applications (VBA). With this book, you will gain a working knowledge of VBA and be able to customize your

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Overview

If you use Microsoft Access in your every day business life but haven't learned to fully exploit the program, now's your chance. Automating Microsoft Access with VBA is a thorough introduction to programming Microsoft Accessing using Visual Basic for Applications (VBA). With this book, you will gain a working knowledge of VBA and be able to customize your Microsoft Access databases. You will cover topics that include:

  • Operators and functions
  • Debugging and error handling
  • Menu commands
  • Forms and reports
  • Jet databases
  • DAO object model
Save money by learning to use VBA to customize your databases instead of paying someone else to do it for you!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780789732446
Publisher:
Que
Publication date:
10/25/2004
Series:
Business Solutions Series
Pages:
384
Product dimensions:
7.20(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.00(d)

Meet the Author

Susan Sales Harkins is an independent consultant with an expertise in Access. SQL: Access to SQL Server, her latest book, was released in January 2002. Currently, Susan writes for a number of publishers including Element K Journals, PC Magazine, builder.com and devx.com, and she has contributed to Woody's Access Watch newsletter.

Mike Gunderloy is an independent developer and author who has been working with computers for 25 years. He's been using databases since the release of PC-File for DOS and has been writing and speaking about Microsoft Access ever since version 1.1 was released in 1993.

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