Updated for Access 2019, this book is a practical, how-to book on Access programming, suitable for readers already proficient with the Access user interface. Author Julitta Korol progressively introduces programming concepts via numerous illustrated hands-on exercises. More advanced topics are then demonstrated via custom projects. It includes a companion disc with source code, supplemental files, and color screen captures.
Author: Julitta Korol
Publisher: Mercury Learning & Information
Date: July 2019
Audience: Access users wanting to learn VBA
- Contains over thirty chapters loaded with illustrated "Hands-On" exercises and projects that guide you through the VBA programming language. Each example tells you exactly where to enter code and how to test it and then run it.
- Includes a companion disc with source code, supplemental files, and color screen captures (also available from the publisher for download)
- Explains how to store data for further manipulation in variables, arrays, and collections while teaching you to write both simple and complex VBA programming routines and functions.
- Teaches you how to programmatically create and access database tables and fields.
- Shows you how to insert, update, and delete data via programming code using various data access techniques.
- Gets you proficient creating and running simple and parameterized queries against your Access databases.
- Gets you comfortable using external data sources with Access (Excel, Word, flat files, XML, and SQL Server).
- Teaches you how to take control of your forms and reports by writing programming code known as event procedures.
- Shows you how to use various types of macros and templates.
- Takes your programming skills to the Web by introducing you to dynamic XML and Classic ASP pages.
Access 2016 Programming By Example With VBA, XML And ASP
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