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Chapter 16. EXTENDING YOUR VBA LIBRARY POWER WITH CLASS MODULES AND COLLECTIONS

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The topics mentioned in this chapter's title were first introduced in Chapter 2, “Coding in Access 2000 with VBA.” That chapter barely scratches the surface of using class modules and collections, which is as it should be, because you should walk before you run.

When class modules were first included in Access 95, developers were hard-pressed to find uses for them. Then the VB developers started giving ideas on how to use them. Now it's hard not to see class modules as a possible solution for most coding issues. They allow you to create objects of your own that you control, including ...

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