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Macros string a series of commands together and run all of them with little or no user intervention. Finally, modules store VBA code to further automate your database. Why Use Microsoft Access? cls February 26, 2004 9:17 Chapter 1 information. We do think Access is a pretty darn good piece of software. It’s relatively easy to use, even for a beginner, and it comes with a robust sample database (Northwind) that a new user can play around with and learn many of the basics. New users can learn a lot from simply going through the various tables, queries, forms, and reports in the Northwind database.

For example, you can use databases to inventory DVD collections, track weekly cycling miles and durations, and even to log the hours spent on various projects at the office. Is Access the Only Database I’ll Ever Need? The simple answer to this question is no. Access is not the only database product on the market, nor is it the only database product available from Microsoft. There are times when you might want to use a different type of database such as SQL Server or Microsoft Development Environment (MSDE).

There’s nothing inherently wrong with naming your macro Macro1, but it doesn’t give you very much of a clue about what the macro is for. It’s better to give your macro a descriptive name, such as mcr_OpenForm (which follows the Reddick naming conventions) or even something as simple as GoToRecord (which can be the name of the action the macro performs). Whatever you name your macro (and whether or not you choose to follow Reddick’s conventions or create your own conventions) make sure you can easily discern the purpose of the macro when you’re looking at your Access 2003 database objects.

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Access 2003 VBA Programmer's Reference by Patricia Cardoza,Teresa Hennig,Graham Seach, et al.John Wiley & Sons, Inc.|Wiley||WroxAdult NonfictionComputer TechnologyLanguage(s): EnglishOn sale date: 15.06.2004Street date: 28.04.2004Preview


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