By Richard Rost 12 months ago
Get User Input with InputBox in Access VBA
In today's video, I'll show you how to use the InputBox function in Microsoft Access VBA to prompt the user for some input. We will create a Manager Menu form and if the user attempts to open it, he will be asked for a password.
Nasir from Baltimore, Maryland (a Platinum Member) asks: I have a few forms in my database that have some sensitive information on them, like employee payroll data. Is there any way I can password protect just those forms?
Members will learn how to create a password form that echo's asterisks (*) as the user types. This will keep any nosey Nancys in your office from spying your password over your shoulder.
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