Getting Started

Working with Constants and Variables

In this tutorial you will be looking at the use of constants and variables in your application. Read more...

Using Access with Share Point

In this tutorial, we explore using this information from Access as well as creating a rich user interface for use on a SharePoint site. Read more...

Upsizing Access to SQL Server

In this tutorial, you start by looking at the need for planning before you convert an existing Microsoft Access 2010 back-end database to Microsoft SQL Server. Read more...

Object-Oriented Programming with VBA

This tutorial covers one approach to creating code modules that you can reuse from any Access database. The code modules we describe in this tutorial define new types of objects for your Access applications. Read more...

Sharing Data with Other Applications

In this tutorial, you will learn how to interface with other Access databases, Excel, ASCII text files, and ODBC data sources. Read more...

How to Creating Your Own Functions

As you might already know, Access has lots of built-in functions that you can use in creating expressions. When you use the Expression Builder in Access to create an expression, you can view a list of all the built-in functions. Read more...

Debugging, Input Validation, File Processing, and Error Handling

This tutorial teaches you techniques for preventing runtime errors through input validation and error handling. You also see how to debug your VBA code using common VBE debugging windows. Read more...

Query Tricks

In this tutorial, you'll learn how to carry out calculations in a query and perform summaries that boil columns of numbers down to neat totals. Read more...

Access Event Model

This tutorial focuses on the Access event model, a vitally important aspect of Access development. As you'll see in this tutorial, Access provides a wide variety of events to trigger your code in response to user actions. Read more...

Optimizing Access Applications

When Microsoft introduced 32-bit Access, a number of new performance concerns came part and parcel with the new features and functions. Microsoft continues to make a conscious effort to enhance the performance of the Access database engine. Read more...

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