IN THIS CHAPTER
In the past few chapters you’ve learned about the objects, properties, and methods associated with Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. You’ve seen that it’s possible to manipulate these objects to automate routine tasks and gain an unprecedented amount of control over these programs.
In this chapter, you’ll see that using VBA with Access is quite a bit different because you won’t learn anything about Access objects. Yes, Access does have an
Application object and there’s a whole hierarchy of objects for things such as forms and reports. However, it’s a ...