Chapter Summary

Programming in Access 2003 requires a working knowledge of objects and collections of objects. In this chapter you explored several methods of learning about Visual Basic. Here's the summary of when to use a specific tool: When in doubt about objects, properties, or methods in an existing VBA procedure, highlight the instruction in question and fire up the online help by pressing F1.

If you need a quick listing of properties and methods for every available object, or have trouble locating a hard-to-find procedure, go with the Object Browser.

If you want to experiment with VBA and see the results of VBA commands immediately, activate the Immediate window.

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