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Q1. What is the purpose of building a custom date picker for an Access database?
A. To change the database file format
B. To modify Access security settings
C. To provide a personalized way to input dates into fields
D. To increase the storage capacity of the database

Q2. According to the video, which programming language is used for creating the custom date picker?
A. JavaScript
D. Python

Q3. Why does the instructor recommend watching the tempVars video before attempting to create a custom date picker?
A. It covers how to create a database from scratch.
B. It introduces the use of global variables, which are essential for the date picker.
C. TempVars are used to store the picked date value temporarily.
D. The tempVars video teaches how to connect to a database using ODBC.

Q4. What is the significance of setting the default property of the OK button to "yes"?
A. It makes the button appear first in the tab order.
B. It sets the button to be automatically selected when the form opens.
C. It allows the user to trigger the button by pressing the enter key.
D. It ensures that the OK button is always visible, regardless of the form size.

Q5. If you want to add one day to the current date in Access using VBA, which code snippet would be correct?
A. myDate = myDate + 1/24
B. myDate.Value = myDate.Value + 1
C. myDate = myDate.AddDays(1)
D. myDate.Value = DateAdd("d", 1, myDate.Value)

Q6. Which of the following is NOT a step mentioned in the video for creating a custom date picker form?
A. Turning off the Record Selectors, Navigation Button, and Scroll Bars.
B. Assigning the "DatePickerValue" temp var to the date picked by the user.
C. Adding a Compact and Repair button to optimize the database size.
D. Copying and pasting a blank form to start the design of the DatePickerF.

Q7. What is the next step after creating the date picker form and setting its default button?
A. Running a compact and repair on the database.
B. Creating a custom function to retrieve the date value and set it to the intended field.
C. Adding a new record to the table using the picked date.
D. Securing the form with user authentication to restrict access.

Q8. What is the purpose of setting the "my date" field's default value to "equals date" in the DatePickerF form?
A. It populates the field with random dates for testing purposes.
B. It secures the date field from unauthorized access.
C. It ensures that the field displays the database creation date.
D. It initializes the field with today's date as a starting point.

Answers: 1-C; 2-C; 3-C; 4-C; 5-B; 6-C; 7-B; 8-D;

DISCLAIMER: Quiz questions are AI generated. If you find any that are wrong, don't make sense, or aren't related to the video topic at hand, then please post a comment and let me know. Thanks.

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