New PDF release: Access Cookbook. Solutions to Common User Interface &

By Ken Getz

ISBN-10: 0596552521

ISBN-13: 9780596552527

Not a reference ebook, and never an educational both, the recent moment variation of the very popular Access Cookbook is an uncommonly worthy choice of options to difficulties that entry clients and builders tend to face as they try to construct more and more advanced applications.

Although utilizing any unmarried "recipe" within the ebook will greater than pay again the price of the e-book by way of either hours kept and frustration thwarted, Access Cookbook , moment variation is far greater than a convenient collection of cut-and-paste code.

Each of the "recipes" learn a selected problem--problems that normally happen if you push the higher limits of entry, or ones which are more likely to journey up a developer trying to layout a extra based entry application--even a few stuff you by no means knew entry may well do. The authors then, in a transparent, obtainable, step by step variety, current the issues' answer. Following every one "recipe" are insights on how entry works, power pitfalls,...

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If it doesn't find it there, it looks for any other reference it can use, such as a form reference. Finally, if there is no form reference (or if you created a form-based parameter and the form is not open), Access prompts the user for the parameter. This means that you must open the form prior to running any parameter queries that contain references to forms. Tip Parameter dialogs can sometimes be a symptom of an error in the design of one or more objects in your database. If you ever run a query, form, or report and are prompted for a parameter when you shouldn't be, you probably misspelled the name of a field or renamed a field in a table without changing the reference in the query.

If you create your own projects that use the techniques you find here, you may need to set a reference to the DAO type library yourself. Follow these steps to set the reference: Within the VBA code editor, select the Tools → References menu to display the References dialog box, shown in Figure P-9.  Set a reference to the Microsoft DAO type library, which allows you to use DAO within applications in Access 2000 and later Scroll down within the dialog box until you find the reference to Microsoft DAO, and select it.

There are two kinds of modules in Access: global modules and class modules. Global modules are the ones you see in the database window, once you choose the Modules tab. Class modules are stored with either a form or a report and never appear in the database window. (Actually, you can also create standalone class modules, which do appear in the database window. ) There are various reasons to use one or the other of the two module types, but the most important consideration is the availability of procedures and variables.

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