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Take your database skills to the next leveldevelop powerful, custom Access 2010 applications using Visual Basic for ApplicationsMicrosoft Access 2010 VBA Macro Programmingguides you through the structure of VBA, showing you how to use it specifically in Access. The book explains, step by step, how to write VBA codefrom the basics to dealing with errors and debugging code. This practical guide includes examples that illustrate how to use VBA in Access to do specific tasks. You'll learn real-world skills by example.Microsoft Access 2010 VBA Macro Programmingfeatures: Easy-to-understand instructions that explain how to accomplish programming tasks right away 20 practical sample applications Details on adding custom menus and Access add-insAll-inclusive coverage: The Basics; Variables, Arrays, Constants and Data Types; Modules, Functions and Subroutines; Programming Basics: Decisions and Looping; Strings and Functions and Message Boxes; Operators; Debugging; Errors and the Error Function; Forms and Reports; Common Dialog Control; Working with the Ribbon; SQL Queries; Data Macros/Triggers; The Access and DAO Object Models; The Access and DAO Object Models - Main Objects; The DoCmd Object; Using Access to Interact with Other Office Programs; Charts and Graphs; Working with External Databases; API Calls; Class Modules; Animation; Get the Login ID; Secure Your Database; Creating Audit Trails on Tables; Create and Edit Queries in VBA; Search and Replace in Queries; Compact the Current Database using VBA; Monitoring Table Statistics; Handling Large Text Files; Create and Change Table Structures; Create and Objects Inventory; Manipulate Charts; Drill Down on Charts; Create an Excel Spreadsheet for output of Data; Using FTP in VBA; Use of Data Macros/Triggers; Use of Ribbon; Make Controls on Forms Interactive; Set Up Levels of User Security
Author Information Richard Shepherd spent the last 20 years developing computer software in blue chip organizations. He is a qualified accountant and the bestselling author of Excel VBA Macro Programming and Excel 2007 VBA Macro Programming.
Table of Contents
Part I: Programming in Access VBA; Chapter 1. The Basics; Chapter 2. Variables, Arrays, Constants and Data Types; Chapter 3. Modules, Functions and Subroutines; Chapter 4. Programming Basics: Decisions and Looping; Chapter 5. Strings and Functions and Message Boxes;Chapter 6. Operators; Chapter 7. Debugging; Chapter 8. Errors and the Error Function; Chapter 9. Forms and Reports; Chapter 10. Common Dialog Control; Chapter 11. Working with the Ribbon; Chapter 12. SQL Queries; Chapter 13. Table Macros; Part II: Object Models; Chapter 14. The Access Object Models; Chapter 15. The Main Objects; Chapter 16. The DoCmd Object; Chapter 17. Using Access to Interact with Other Office Programs; Part III: Advanced Techniques in Access VBA; Chapter 18. Charts and Graphs; Chapter 19. Working with External Databases; Chapter 20. API Calls; Chapter 21. Class Modules; Chapter 22.Animation; Part IV: Access VBA in Action; Chapter 23. Getting the Login ID; Chapter 24. Securing Your Database; Chapter 25. Creating Audit Trails on Tables; Chapter 26. Creating and Editing Queries in VBA; Chapter 27. Search and Replace in Queries; Chapter 28. Using the DateAdd Function Chapter 29. Monitoring Table Statistics; Chapter 30. Handling Large Text Files; Chapter 31. Create and Change Table Structures; Chapter 32. Create an Objects Inventory; Chapter 33. Manipulate Charts Colors; Chapter 34. Drill Down on Charts; Chapter 35. Use Excel For Output; Chapter 36. Using FTP in VBA; Chapter 37. What Happens When the 2-GB Limit is Reached; Chapter 38. Creating Menu Structures with the Ribbon; Chapter 39. Make Controls on Forms Interactive; Chapter 40. Set Up Levels of User Security; Appendix. ASCII Character Codes; Index