Create Your Own Custom Function in Microsoft Access VBA
In this video, I will show you how to create your own custom, user-defined functions in Microsoft Access VBA (Visual Basic for Applications). We will start with a subroutine, and then create a couple functions. We will create a random number generator, and functions to convert Celsius to Fahrenheit and vice versa. You will learn how to pass parameter values to functions, and have them return a value.
Michael in Louisville KY (a Gold Member) asks: I'm familiar with the built-in Access functions like Date() and Now(). Is there a way I can create my own custom functions to perform the specific calculations I need?
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