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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: learning visual basic with MSaccess database

    is there a guide or tutorial doing this?

    or can anyone help me doing it or an example...?

    i cant think hard >. <
    thanks....

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    What are you trying to achieve in VBA?
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    a sales and inventory system.
    i only need that part so i can make the database and the part where i can add, get and edit data from vb6 to access


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    You arn't being very clear here...
    If all you want is a resource to learn VBA from why not take a look at the best resource out there or to be a bit more specific try this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mahki
    is there a guide or tutorial doing this?

    or can anyone help me doing it or an example...?

    i cant think hard >. <
    thanks....
    Take a look at this LINK

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    An easy way to learn VBA is by making macros in MS Access and convert them to VBA. As the making of macros is quite staight forward. For the macros of course you need to understand the expression builder which is quite similar to the formulas in Excel (for which you are well assisted by the fx wizard.

    Ben

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    I would suggest taking a look at this ADO tutorial at a sister site.
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