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NEW SECTION 13 ADDED on ACCESS VBA Classic Double Loops!
Learn how to create what I call a Recordset Walk Thru with a Double Loop. These little programs can save you lots of time and grief!
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This is Absolutely the Best Training in Access
This is the third Training Course in a series of four. I have now completed this course and I am amazed at the content that has been covered - IT IS A FANTASTIC COURSE!!! - John Ovens
ACCESS VBA NEW SECTION 12 on USING POPUP FORMS!
Learn how to open a form anywhere in your Access Visual Basic (VBA) code and send and receive values from it!
Feedback on Access VBA for Non-Programmers From a Student:
"This is the best class I've taken on Udemy. There isn't a wasted minute in these videos. Thanks, Bruce!" - William Vicars
NEW SECTION ADDED (Section 11 - 14 Lectures)! USING ACCESS SUBFORMS! Create a complete Order Entry System!
NEW SECTION ADDED (Section 9 - 7 Lectures)! Learn to create and modify table structures from inside Access VBA Programs!
Feedback on Access VBA for Non-Programmers From Another Student:
"I used to think I was an expert at Access until I took this course. Bruce has a way of presenting material that makes you learn it on the first view. He goes into all nooks and crannies of the subject presented. I highly recommend this course for beginners and experts alike.." - Rafal Krolik
Learn all the Access VBA programming concepts, tools and functions that you will need while you build a fully functional system! More than 85 Lectures and 8 Hours of content on Microsoft Access Visual Basic!
From Another Student:
"Bruce has created a really extensive course about Access. This course is built in bite size bits and every section teaches you an additional function in Access. The best thing about this course is that it is very low key and is really designed to help out the non-programmer. VBA might be very intimidating but this course shows you everything. The pace is good and every part is being explained in an excellent manner. I highly recommend this course especially if you want to learn and while learning create a wonderful tool that truly is useful." - Nicky Wong
Build a strong foundation in Access Visual Basic with this tutorial for Non-Programmers!
Powerful Skills That Increase Your Value in the Marketplace
Learning VBA programming enables you to use ALL the power of Access to easily create systems that will be in high demand with your current employer or other businesses. The practical skills taught in this class will give you a solid foundation in creating systems that people can really use!
There is a HUGE need in the marketplace for people who can create systems like this in Access. This is your opportunity to break away from the pack of people who struggle to create effective Access databases, and learn to easily automate tasks! This could be your shortest path to increasing your income!
Content and Overview
All you need to do the course is some basic experience with Access components: tables, queries, forms and reports. This course does not require any programming experience or knowledge of macros.
Even though there are 80+ lectures and over 7.5 hours of content, each section focuses on one set of concepts so it is easy to do one section at a time, when your schedule allows. You will find that each chapter builds on the previous one as you build a complete system, step by step.
By the time you have finished the course you will have done so much with VBA and it will be so familiar that you will be ready to tackle your own project immediately, putting your new learned skills into practical use and impressing your boss and coworkers.
The course is complete with working files and finished code samples for everything that is covered. You will be able to work alongside the author as you work through each lecture and will receive a verifiable certificate of completion upon finishing the course.
Clicking the Take This Course button could be the best step you could take towards quickly increasing your income! Also, remember that if you don't think the course is worth what you spent, you have a full 30 days to get a no questions asked refund!
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|Section 1: Introduction|
A review of the objectives in each of the sections
Direct Download Links for Database Files
How to Contact Me
|Section 2: Start Learning VBA and Handling Errors|
View Database Table and Forms - Review the GoalPreview
Create Your First VBA Subroutine!Preview
Fix a Syntax Error and Take Over the KeyboardPreview
Use an IF Statement and DoCmd
Use ElseIf and a Select Statement
Runtime Errors, Error Traps and Program Stops
Break Into Programs and Infinite Loops
What Have You Learned in Section 2?
Section 2 Conclusion and Review
Section 2 Notes
|Section 3: Create Record Sorting Subroutines|
On Open Event, Me Keyword and Orderby
Subroutines for Form Controls, VBA Editing Shortcuts
Modify Subroutines to Sort DESC, More Error Handling
What Have You Learned in Section 3?
Section 3 Conclusion and Review
Section 3 Notes
|Section 4: Use Instant Search to Learn More About the Keyboard, Recordsets and Variables|
Expanding the Keydown Subroutine
Using Public Variables
Building the Search Criteria
Field Names and Reserved Words
Using a Recordset and Bookmarks
Enhancing Our Instant Search
What Have You Learned In Section 4?
Section 4 Conclusion and Review
Section 4 Notes
|Section 5: Interact With Other Forms and Pass Information|
Open Another Form with a Button Click
Send Data to the Other Form
Modify a Form to Utilize Data Sent to it.
Intro to SQL and Using SQL in the Recordsource
Locate Same Record When Returning from the Form
Modify the Form to Remember the Sort
Create a Prompt to Save Changes
Activate the Add Customer Button
Testing for a Blank Record
Activate the Delete Button
What Have You Learned in Section 5?
Section 5 Conclusion and Review
Section 5 Notes
|Section 6: Add Multiple Interactive Pulldown Filters|
Setup Rowsource for Dropdown Filters
Enable Editing In the Dropdown Filters
Set Dropdown Rowsources on the Fly
Create a Subroutine to Build All the Filters
Use the AfterUpdate Event to Rebuild the Filter
Setup the Clear Filter Buttons
Save the Filters when Closing the Form
What Have You Learned in Section 6?
Section 6 Conclusion and Review
Section 6 Notes
|Section 7: Build a Report Containing Complex Calculations|
Inspect the Tables and Review the Goal
Creating a Summary Table with a Query
Building Our First Function and Saving Queries to VBA
Add a Delete Query and Create a Test Macro
Restructure Tables and Add a Second Query to our VBA Function
Figure Out How to Get the Days Between Orders
Doing the Steps With A Recordset
Calculate the Average Days Between Orders
Plug the Average Days into the Report Table
What Have You Learned In Section 7?
Section 7 Conclusion and Review
Section 7 Notes
|Section 8: Turn Off The Menu, Ribbon and Navigation Pane|
View the Example of Removing the Nav Pane and Ribbon
Create the HideMenu subroutine
Call the HideMenu Subroutine from our Form
Make the Subroutine Toggle the Menus
Create a Startup Subroutine and an Autoexec Macro
Prevent Closing the Form and Activate the Exit Button
What Have You Learned in Section 8?
Section 8 Conclusion and Review
Section 8 Notes
|Section 9: How to Create and Modify Table Structures In VBA|
Overview and Goal
Create Delete Subroutine and Make First Changes to SummRpt Function
Backup the SummRpt Function and Make the First Changes
Pull a Query from VBA Back to Design, Change It and Update VBA
Use TableDefs to Add a Field to a Table
Use TableDefs to Create a Table and Add FIelds to it.
Make Final Changes and Test the Modified Function
|Section 10: Summary and Conclusion|
Congratulations and Next Steps
|Section 11: Section 11: USING SUBFORMS|
Download the Subforms Database
Overview of the Tables in the Subforms Database
Overview of the Forms in the Subforms Database
Add OrderList as a Subform to the Customer Form.
Using an On Exit Subroutine to Capture the Order Number You Were On
Pass the Order Number to the Go To Order Button
Open the Orders Form and Move to the Specified Order
Create Code to Return to the Customer Form
Hello, my name is Bruce Myron. I am a self employed Access programmer and general computer consultant to small and medium sized businesses. I got into programming because I was tired of all the jargon most programmers use and how they don't seem to care about business.
"Technology is great but I've always been more interested in how it can be used to make companies more profitable." - Bruce
I live in Portland, Oregon and have many long term relationships with local businesses. Many of the systems I have built for these companies are critical to the success of the business. My specialty is taking the needs of the business and translating them into a system that facilitates, rather than obstructs, what they are trying to do.
I have also spent time as a full time trainer providing group classes on the Microsoft Office programs.
In my opinion the computer industry as a whole is a colossal failure in helping businesses solve their problems. I listen carefully to the needs expressed by my clients and then deliver the simplest, most flexible solution possible.
Over the years I have found that many of the techniques I have used enabled me to survive and thrive when many others have tried the computer programming business and failed.
My goal is to show my students how to create systems that business will value and that will create long term income.