By Joseph C. Stockman
If you have been utilizing entry for your time, you are most likely conscious of its strength and power and itching to exploit either. entry 2007 VBA Programming For Dummies takes you past varieties and experiences and indicates you the way to exploit VBA to create killer entry databases and purposes. This mild creation to VBA programming covers every thing you must start, together with: * simple programming abilities and ideas * factors of modules, tactics, gadgets, and arguments * Access-unique programming actions, together with SQL and recordsets * tips on how to use the visible simple editor * growing conversation bins, lists, drop-down menus, and capabilities * Integrating with different place of work functions * Ready-to-use VBA code examples to variety in or reproduction and paste from the net thoroughly revised to mirror all alterations present in Microsoft entry 2007, entry 2007 VBA Programming For Dummies supplies entry to entry like you will have by no means had it sooner than.
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Qxp 42 1/16/07 9:09 PM Page 42 Part I: Introducing VBA Programming The description of an argument tells you whether the argument is required or optional. If an argument is required, you must type an acceptable value for that argument into your code (always within the parentheses that follow the keyword). If an argument is optional, you can either type an acceptable value for the argument or just not use the argument. Never type square brackets into your VBA code: The square brackets in the syntax chart are just there to indicate the optional arguments.
After you type a keyword into a procedure, you can use the Help window to get detailed information. Just select (double-click) the keyword and press the Help key (F1). Using the Help window is also an excellent way to find out more about code other people have written because you can determine what each line of code does. When you press F1, the Help window that opens describes whatever keyword you selected in your module. For example, if you double-click MsgBox in a procedure (to select it) and then press F1, the Help page for the MsgBox keyword opens, as shown in the example in Figure 3-4.
If nothing is selected in Access, the Properties window might show nothing. That’s often the case when you’re working with standard modules because standard modules aren’t tied to any particular object or event. To illustrate how things tie together, Figure 2-3 shows a portion of a form, in Design view, in Access. A subform on the form is selected. In the VBA Editor window, which also appears in Figure 2-3, the properties for that selected subform appear in the VBA Editor Properties window. qxp 1/16/07 9:09 PM Page 25 Chapter 2: Your VBA Toolkit In that same figure, you see an example of how Project Explorer might look in a database that already contains some modules.