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12/13/2014 12:25:10 PM
Learning Access VBA Programming
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Microsoft Access TutorialsIf you are interested in learning Microsoft Access VBA programming, I have many classes available in my 300-level series, starting with Access 301, running through 329. You will learn how to program events, use functions, write your own subroutines, launch SQL commands from VBA, manipulate data with RecordSets and lots more.

You can find the complete outline of what's covered in this series of classes here: Access 300 Outlines. Click on any individual course title for more information.

My Access 300-series was recorded using Microsoft Access 2003. All of the VBA is still perfectly valid for Access 2013. Only the design interface has changed, but if you're advanced enough to want to learn programming, you shouldn't have any problems following along. I do plan on upgrading this series of classes very soon. When I do, you will receive a FREE Developer-level Access 2013 class for each Access 2003, 300-level class you purchase now.

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Learning Access VBA Programming Comment from Toporan G @ 8/21/2016
1.about the first topic, yeah, something like that, except for the fact that I would like to get A, B AND C.
2. about the second topic, what I'm realy interested in is getting a part of the document form one source, and a second part would be a collection of information. For example, let's say that I want to write a letter to a series of people (and it really works ok)that they have to attend to some classes. The difficult part is to get those classes (most probably different for each other attendant) into the same document (maybe as a MS Word table)
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Learning Access VBA Programming Comment from Pavan @ 7/22/2016
Hi

I'm good at excel do not know even how to open VBA or start it.

i need to learn it starting from (A)

Thanks


Reply from Alex Hedley:

Start at the 300 courses and you'll be good.
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Learning Access VBA Programming Comment from Gabriel @ 6/24/2016
I've been through almost all the 300 Level courses. I'm interested in two specific matters: 1. how to concatenate all the values from a specific field into a querry into a new value and 2. is it possible to use together word and access via mail-merge to generate a single document that is conected to two different sources?
Can you tell me if those topics are covered in any of the Access lessons?


Reply from Alex Hedley:

1. Do you mean you have a Table with 3 records A, B, C in a Field called Name.
You wish to create a string of "A, B, C"

You could use a RecordSet
Access 320 - 329

2. Are these two sources two different databases or two tables in the same db?
You could use a UNION query if the latter, or link the dbs first.
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VBA noobie Comment from Rebecca @ 8/3/2015
I do not have ANY programming experience.  Is this class for me? Or should I start with something else?


Reply from Alex Hedley:

If you've got a good understanding of Access then yes, otherwise take the 200 Level series.
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Learning Access VBA Programming Comment from Ashraf Ali @ 7/23/2015
I need to control my access using macros, VBA programming and menu building. I hope you will help me sending techniques.


Reply from Alex Hedley:

Check out the 300 Level Series
/site/courselist/access2003/
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Learning Access VBA Programming Comment from Bashir Jibril Ibrahim @ 6/12/2015
my dream is be a very good programmer, but lack sufficient of materials available within my reach is the major obstacle.


Reply from Alex Hedley:

This series will get you well on your way.
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Learning Access VBA Programming Comment from aligaballa @ 5/22/2015
Very good effort
i need skills of using access with sql as odbc and access project and how to run stored procedurs from access ,how to use parameters with reports from sql
thank you
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Learning Access VBA Programming Comment from reda @ 4/20/2015
i want to learn VBA access .can you send me lessons


Reply from Alex Hedley:

Start with Access 301 and work your way up.
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Learning Access VBA Programming Comment from SUMAILA MOHAMMED @ 3/4/2015
VBA is such a great tool. wanna be expert in VBA prog.



Reply from Alex Hedley:

If you start at the 300 Level series you'll get there.
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Learning Access VBA Programming Comment from punleu @ 2/28/2015
Interested in VBA Programming.


Reply from Alex Hedley:

Start with the 300 Level Series.
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