When creating applications in a language that's pure code (such as C++), you want to design your code so that you can reuse it for a number of reasons, including the following:
These two points are also true when you create reusable code in Access. In Access, you also can create reusable objects. The following example looks at a reusable form and VBA code. The form allows the user to search for customers or movie titles, depending on where the search form was called.
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