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Visual Basic 101
By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on Facebook Richard Rost on Twitter Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   2 months ago

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2020 UPDATE: I am currently in the process of upgrading my Visual Basic lessons for Visual Studio 2019. I expect to have them finished very soon. When they are released, you will get a FREE upgrade if you have purchased any of my VB lessons after August 1st, 2020. In the mean time, if you're currently using newer versions of VB, give these lessons a try. You may learn a few things. I'll be honest, the interface for Visual Studio has changed SIGNIFICANTLY since these videos were recorded. They will be hard to follow. The concepts are the same, and a lot of the VB programming language is pretty much the same. You can still learn how to program from these lessons, but it will be hard to follow along because the interface is completely different from Visual Basic 6 which is what these were recorded in. But don't worry... updated videos are coming soon!


If you want to learn how to program in Visual Basic, this is the course for you. This course is designed for students who have never programmed before. However, even if you have been using Visual Basic for some time, you will benefit from the good, solid fundamentals that this course teaches - it's a great refresher for experienced developers as well. We have also had students come back and tell us that they picked up a few tips and tricks, even though they've been programming for years with Visual Basic. Programming basics, VB interface, forms, subroutines, MsgBox, command buttons, captions, build a calculator

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Deon     
7 years ago
Hi Geo,

I would like to believe I speak on behalf of all Richard's students worldwide. Richard, indeed, possesses all the qualities you mentioned above; which are EMPATHY, PATIENCE AND PEDAGOGICAL METHODS. His pedagogical methodology is Educational, Academic, Instructive, Didactic, Tutorial, Informative, Instructional, Teaching Scholastic Dicipline and much more, truly. His use of Lund's Laws of Primacy and Recency shine through everytime. Over 30-thousand students world-wide means Richard is doing somthing correctly, wouldn't you say. Forget the background thing - it's not important. What is important is that you subscribe, immediately, to the best teaching website and teacher on the planet! Read More...
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Geo  
7 years ago
Hi Richard,

I saw your description on the Web.
However, I did not find your background.

Teaching is indeed not given to everybody.
Teaching need a lot of empathy, patience and pedagogical methods. Read More...
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Geo  
7 years ago
Hi Richard,

In your VBA courses, do you also talk about DAO  and  ActiveX Data Objects ADO ?

Best regards,
Geo


Reply from Richard Rost:

I cover DAO recordsets in my Access 320-329 series. I don't spend a ton of time on ADO, but I cover it a little. I cover it more in my ASP classes. I'll be covering both in the upcoming Developer series for Access. Read More...
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Geo  
7 years ago
Dear All,

Let me share my experience with Video learning:

More than 10 years ago, I made a lot of Apps under Access 97; only with macros.

Now I have to use Access 2010 and I forgot a lot about macros and all the rest. Read More...
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George 
7 years ago
I wish to reply to  Michelle C @ 5/9/2013:

If you want to do more with Access:  You have to learn VBA !  Forget about Macros ! VBA can do all what Macros do,
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