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Genre: Development / Programming
Learn VBA concepts that you can apply to your job, and add functionality to your Access databases.
Are you ready to start programming your Access databases using VBA?
So, you've been working with Access databases for a while, and you
want to take your skills beyond the out of the box point and click..
You want to program Access to work for you, not just with you.
Here's the thing, you only have so much time in the day, outside of work, and family, and friends.but you want to program your Access database. You have a limited amount of time to learn, and you want to learn now.
This Access beginner's VBA course can help you learn to program your databases, without having to sit in classrooms, or take time off work.
That saves you time, more time to learn, more time to practice, more time to implement your new skills, more time for your life.
Take a look at the course curriculum, see if this is the right material for you.
If it is great!
Enroll today, and get more power out of your databases.
You can start learning Access VBA from scratch.
First, you will learn the difference between Macros and VBA, and create a simple Macro.
Then you will get familiar with the Visual Basic Editor, your home for programming Access, and basic concepts of Visual Basic for Applications.
During this course you will learn VBA concepts that you can apply to your job, and add functionality to your Access databases:
Get comfortable with the Visual Basic Editor (VBE)
Learn the essentials of writing VBA code
Learn about the powerful DoCmd object
Create branching decision structures
Create user interactions forms, like message boxes, and input boxes
Debug your code, and handle errors
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