Most of the time, you can create a good performing database using only what Microsoft Access natively has to offer.

In some other cases, to create a more complex database, you would have to write code. To support this, Microsoft Access ships with, and installs a programming environment named Microsoft Visual Basic. This is a flavor of the popular Microsoft Visual Basic with everything you need to write any type of code to complement your application.

MS Access Module

  • The VBA Code Editor
  • Messages And Variables
  • Creating Functions
  • Visual Basic Explained
  • Attaching Code To Forms
  • Looping
  • Modifying queries
  • Recordsets
  • Debugging and error handling
  • Linking to Excel and Word