You are now ready to tie everything you have done so far together by adding the VBA code to the Customer Search and View/Manage Customer Accounts forms. Most of this code will be event procedures that fire when different buttons are clicked. Some of the code will also be local procedures that deal with user-interface-specific features. It just did not make sense to put these in a standard or class module.
An example of the Customer Search form, called frmSearch, is shown in Figure 14-27 with some sample data populated. Keep it in mind as you write the code for the form.
Try It Out: Writing Code for the frmSearch
As previously mentioned, you are now ready to write the VBA code that will finish up the application. Start with the frmSearch form, and finish with the frmCustomers form.