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CODING CLASS MODULES

Thus far, you've seen how to use standard and form modules, which are also referred to as class modules. You can also create your own class modules that you can use as objects, complete with properties and methods.

The next example gives you an idea of how to start using your own class modules, but it's up to you to figure out when in your applications you can take full advantage of them. As with other examples in this chapter, you can find this example on the CD-ROM in the back of this book in the Chap02.mdb file, located in the \Examples\Chap02 folder.

Tip

After you work your way through this section and chapter, if you want to read more about class modules, check out Chapter 16 to see how to use class modules in a real-world ...

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