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End of VBScript
By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   3 months ago

Attention Microsoft Access VBA Users: Don't Panic!


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In this Microsoft Access tutorial, we delve into the recent announcement regarding the deprecation of VBScript and its implications for VBA users. Amidst growing concerns and confusion, I'll guide you through what this change means for your existing Access applications, highlighting the key differences between VBScript and VBA, and why there's no immediate cause for alarm. We'll also explore potential impacts, alternatives, and strategies to adapt to this transition, ensuring your skills and projects remain up-to-date and effective in the evolving landscape of Microsoft technologies.

Marcus from Rockville, Maryland (a Platinum Member) asks: OMG... Mike Wolfe just released an article saying that VBScript is dead! Does this mean all of my Access apps are no longer going to work?

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