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F. Scott Barker’s Microsoft Access 2002 Power Programming by F. Scott Barker

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Chapter 16. Extending Your VBA Library Power with Class Modules and Collections

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Class modules and collections were first introduced in Chapter 2, “Coding in Access 2002 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 Access 95 first included class modules, developers were hard-pressed to find uses for them. After VB developers started providing ideas, it became hard not to see class modules as a possible solution for most coding issues. They allow you to create objects that you control, including their own custom properties and methods. ...

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