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ACCVBA: Microsoft Access VBA – Programming


Duration: 3 days

Course Description

VBA is the programming Interface for Access. It allows you to automate tasks and even control other applications such as PowerPoint and Word.


In order to take this course, students must possess an advanced level of Access skills and knowledge. Also, the student must have a fair amount of practical experience with the program.


For those who have an advanced familiarity with Microsoft Access, but have never done any VBA programming.

Course Content

Understanding the Access Object Hierarchy

  • Understanding Access Objects
  • Using the Object Browser
  • Controlling the Application Object
  • Understanding the Forms Collection and Form Object
  • Understanding the Controls Collection and Control Object
  • Using the With Statement
  • Understanding the Reports Collection and Report Object
  • Understanding the DoCmd Object
  • Using the Screen Object

Using Variables Arrays and Constants

  • Declaring Variables
  • Declaring Arrays
  • Declaring Constants
  • Declaring Object Variables

Using Functions Message Boxes and Input Boxes

  • Using Intrinsic Functions
  • Using Message Boxes
  • Using Input Boxes

Controlling Program Execution

  • Using Control Structures
  • Working with Conditional Expressions
  • Using the IfThenEnd If Structure
  • Using the IfThenElseEnd If Structure
  • Using the Select CaseEnd Select Structure
  • Using the DoLoop Structure
  • Using the For Next Structure

Debugging Code

  • Understanding Errors
  • Using Debugging Tools
  • Stepping Through Code and Setting Break Points
  • Understanding Error Events
  • Understanding the Error Object
  • Using the On Error Statement
  • Writing an Error Handling Routine
  • Compiling All Procedures