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Q1. What is the primary focus of the video tutorial?
A. Learning to use SQL commands in Access
B. Unzipping and zipping files using Microsoft Access VBA
C. Enhancing graphical user interfaces in VBA
D. Advanced database security measures

Q2. What does Curtis from Mansfield require help with regarding his Access database?
A. He needs help with automating the sending of emails.
B. He needs to learn how to import data into Access manually.
C. He wants Access to unzip files automatically.
D. He is looking for a way to encrypt zip files.

Q3. Before programming in Access VBA for file handling, what did the presenter suggest should be watched?
A. A tutorial on advanced Excel functions
B. A video on ERP software installation
C. Videos on VBA programming basics and variables
D. A seminar on web development fundamentals

Q4. What method does the presenter use to manipulate files and folders in Access VBA?
A. Using a SQL query
B. Using an object variable with the shell.application
C. Directly manipulating Windows OS settings
D. Through manual file system control without coding

Q5. Which method does the presenter provide for checking if the unzipping process worked correctly?
A. He does not provide any method.
B. He suggests using a data analysis tool.
C. He recommends a file count comparison.
D. He advises checking the system's memory usage.

Q6. Which operation does the code 'o.namespace(destFolder).copyHere(o.namespace(sourceZip).items)' perform?
A. It copies files from the source zip into the destination folder.
B. It deletes the contents of the destination folder.
C. It moves the Access database file to a new location.
D. It encrypts the files in the destination folder.

Q7. What does the presenter suggest to handle the error of files already existing in the destination folder?
A. Restarting the computer
B. Ignoring any errors that arise
C. Using a constant with a value of 16 to overwrite files
D. Deleting the original files manually

Q8. What future topic indicates the presenter will cover in the following part of the video series?
A. How to delete a zip file using VBA
B. How to create a zip file using VBA
C. How to encrypt database content in Access
D. How to use SQL for advanced data manipulation

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

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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