Course Duration – One day
Benefits of Microsoft Access VBA 1 Day Course
This Microsoft Access VBA course has been designed to give experienced Access users the skills they need to understand the basics of VBA Programming. The course is 100% hands-on, with exercises to practice the skills as you learn them.
Visual Basic is, by far, the most widely used programming language in the world. VBA is no different from regular Visual Basic, but it can only be used to add features to Microsoft Office applications rather than to write free-standing applications. During the VBA course you will learn how to design an application, automate forms, create custom navigation and work with switchboards. You will also acquire the knowledge of working with VBA code and advanced VBA programming.
Our trainers are fully conversant with the Microsoft Office product suite and have many years of practical experience.
Trainees should have attended the Advanced Microsoft Access course or have a good working knowledge of table creation, basic query and report writing functions and relational database concepts. No programming experience is needed..
Designing an application
- Examining an application
- Planning an application
- Working with dialog boxes
- Working with macro groups
- Automating navigation across forms
Working with Switchboard and Splash Screen forms
- Working with Switchboard forms
- Working with Splash Screen forms
- Automating Splash Screen forms
Creating custom naviagtion (ribbons & tabs)
- Working with ribbons
- Creating custom and shortcut menus
Working with VBA code
- Discussing VBA programming elements
- Working with modules
- Creating procedures
Advanced VBA programming
- Using control structures
- Handling events
- Resolving errors
- Displaying a Web site
- Working with MDE files
Trainees should have attended the advanced Access course or have a good working knowledge of table creation, basic query and report writing functions and relational database concepts. No programming experience is needed.