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by Robert Smith

Download Beginning Access 2000 VBA ePub
  • ISBN 0764543830
  • ISBN13 978-0764543838
  • Language English
  • Author Robert Smith
  • Publisher Wrox (April 3, 2000)
  • Pages 896
  • Formats mbr lrf lrf doc
  • Category Technology
  • Subcategory Programming
  • Size ePub 1993 kb
  • Size Fb2 1422 kb
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 574

What is this book about?

Access 2000 is an important part of the Office 2000 program suite, and is available on both the Premium and Professional editions of Office 2000. Access has traditionally been the Office suite database program par excellence. It still remains that way, but with Office 2000 the face of Access is changing. This book will look at the traditional role of Access and its future uses in the Office suite.

Using VBA (Visual Basic for Applications), the user can program his or her own programs in what is essentially a subset of the Visual Basic programming languages. This is tremendously powerful, as it allows you to create great User Interfaces (forms etc), as a front end to actual database storage and manipulation. This continues to be one of the great strengths of programming Access VBA.

This book updates, expands and improves Beginning Access 97 VBA Programming, in an Office 2000 setting. All the great tutorial content, teaching people how to program with VBA in Access is there, but now majorly rewritten to take account of Office 2000.

Updated to take account of the Office 2000 facilities Constructs a substantial example application with VBA Database theory taught in the Wrox Beginning style

What does this book cover?

In this book, you will learn how to

Construct a substantial example application with VBA

VBA has a simple syntax allowing even complete novices to learn programming with very little effort, and this book illustrates the concepts with plenty of examples and exercises. Using their experience they teach you how the power of Visual Basic® for Applications can transform ordinary databases into great applications.

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This book is written excellently. It starts you off explaining the fundamentals that you need to know before you ever start programming. Then shows you how to document and debug your program, then it gets a little more interesting with the code. I love it, it's almost fun to read, because of the way the authors wrote it. And they also bring back old details about old topics so you don't have to flip back through the page to say "now what did that function do again" or something like that. Every word that you see as example code, they will break down and tell you exactly what's going on and why.

And they don't cover access 2000 object model too much, it's almost all about the vba so with that being said, this is the reason that this book is still very helpful to me in 2011.
I felt this book was written for me. I received it, turned to chapter 8, and there in front of me was a solution I had been searching for weeks. My relational database is now easily searchable for those inept at constructing queries. Yay!
The book's strongest feature is the many detailed examples that are clearly explained and progess in a logical order. The book also serves as a useful refresher for basic object-oriented concepts, and contains a CD with all of the code.
If you're new to SQL or wonder what "events" are, look for a simpler book. This book is definitely for those who understand basic SQL and relational database design, have designed customized forms/queries/reports, and want to take their Microsoft Access database to the next level.
This is one of the better books that I had purchase from many years, I still have the book and keep it as a reference for people who are just starting out in VBA. Well written, easy to understand, a few coding errors on examples but you can figure out how to fix them. Excellent Book!
It is way too early to for me to give an accurate review of this book due to the fact it is over 800 pages and I have not had nearly enough time to get thru it. However, I have ramdomly flipped thru it and see all sorts of things that I liked and am looking forward to learning about programing in Visual Basic for Microsoft Access. The book itself is in exelent shape but it was missing the original disk that came with it. I was able to go online and download that same information and burn it to my own disk so now it has been put back in the book. I am very happy with my purchase and will have hours of reading and learning generated from it.
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This was a great book to help me get into VBA programming with Access. Well written and easy to understand and apply.
Rollers from Abdun
After developing in Access & SQL Server for a number of years, I was always intimidated by VB development and had made a conscious effort to develop "work-arounds" for my lack of hard-coding skill. However, my current project required that I take-over and inherit someone else's work. Imagine my horror when I discovered that the person who built the database I had to maintain had done so almost entirely in VBA (and didn't document a single word of code). Where were all the macros? Where had my happy place gone? I begrudgingly accepted the fact that I would have to learn VBA in order to fix this database and support it. Although I'm not quite through the book, I felt like it was written specifically for guys like me. You must know your Access and your basic theory of database, but if syntax and coding experience is what you need, this book is great. I plan on getting the "Professional" version by Wrox as well.
I previously bought Access 97 VBA and recently ran into problems in Access 2000. After realizing that I was lost just enough to do damange to myself and my job, I bought this book. It explains the differences between ADO and DAO, which was the cause of most of my troubles, very well. As was the case with the 97 version, the examples clearly show how to do most of the things that I wanted to accomplish. This is listed as a beginning book but I think I'd recommend having some programming experience first. This is a nice companion to the 97 version or just a good place to start in on extending the functionality of Access 2000 with VBA.