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I want to learn about using visual basic in microsoft access, please
recommend any books which can help me.

thanks.

Mar 4 '07 #1
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If you already know VBA and just need a reference to the special features of
VBA/Access, try the relevant .chm file; on my machine it's in "C:\Program
Files\Microsoft Office\OFFICE11\1033\VBAAC10.CHM".

In central NC my favorite second-hand bookstore, Ed McKay's, has a Free
section, shelf space they dedicate to books they won't try to sell but are
willing that their customers should take away free. I stumble across the
occasional gem there, including the 1500-page "Acces97 Developer's Handbook"
by Paul Litwin, Ken Getz and Mike Gilbert. We've progressed one version
since then but the Handbook is still useful to me -- and anyway they no
doubt have one for Access 2003 by now.

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>I want to learn about using visual basic in microsoft access, please
recommend any books which can help me.

Mar 6 '07 #2

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This site has an excellent tutorial (in 23 chapters) on Access, most of which,
I believe, deals with the VBA aspects.

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Mar 6 '07 #3

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Thanks guys

This file looks promosing: VBAAC10.CHM

:)

Mar 6 '07 #4

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