Do you wish to learn VBA? (The coding that sits behind Microsoft Access)
No frustrated weeks spent in an "I just don't understand this!!!" learning curve.
I can recall only too clearly my own experiences in trying to learn a new programming language. I can still feel the frustration when I couldn't get things to do what I wanted.
Eventually, I sat down to write the course that I wished I'd had when I was learning.
I have written the course, which you used to have to pay for, but now I am uploading it to this site, free for you to access. This may take a few months (or longer) for me to do as I will be updating it to Microsoft 2017. Much of the content though will be usable for other versions of Microsoft Access.
Each page will also be a stand alone lesson, so if you need to know the answer to a specific problem, you can jump to that section.
As the pages are loaded, a link to them will be added below. Each Lesson, may consist of more than one page.
Learn VBA - The lessons
Lesson One - An Introduction:
A short history of VBA
Converting a Macro to VBA
Open a form to display specific record using a combo box and VBA code