If you've read the first chapter, you've examined the various wizards available in Access to add automation to your database and probably you're not satisfied. Your database needs more. It's just about time to write some VBA code to work with your Access database. Before you do this, you'll need a basic understanding of VBA and how it's used within Access. This chapter covers the differences between VBA and macros within Access, as well as a bit about using VBA within Access. We'll also provide information about the differences you'll find between Access VBA and other forms of VBA, such as VBA in Excel or VBA in Word.
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