13.3. Building the User Interface
Now that the tables have been created, it's time to move on to creating the empty forms for the user interface. You can then write the code in class modules and standard modules, and finish off by adding code to each form to call the class modules and standard modules. The example in this chapter uses ADO to connect to the ProjectTrackerDb database, but you can alternatively or additionally add an explicit link to the separate database so you can see the tables from within your user interface project.
Try It Out: Building the frmProjects and frmContacts Forms
Now let's create the separate database file that will store the user interface objects: