By Alan Simpson
* This pleasant, easy-to-use advisor indicates skilled entry clients tips on how to use * VBA (Visual simple for purposes) to construct entry databases and purposes, but in addition covers programming basics for nonprogrammers * comprises useful, ready-to-use VBA code examples that readers can variety or reproduction and paste from the net into their very own database initiatives * Explains simple VBA talents and ideas for nonprogrammers, corresponding to approaches, variables, and loops * Covers extra complicated subject matters, equivalent to list units and different programming actions which are targeted to entry programming * writer has written greater than 90 laptop books and has been operating with databases because the early Nineteen Eighties
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2. Access executes the first line in the called procedure; then it executes the second line in the procedure, and so on. 3. When Access encounters the end of the procedure (which will be either End Sub or End Function), it just stops executing code and returns to its normal state. 1) Access events calls procedure 2) Do this step 3) Do this step Figure 1-8: Executing a 4) Do this step procedure. 5) Do this step Do no more If you think of a line of VBA code as a sentence containing words, a procedure would be a paragraph, containing more than one sentence.
To the contrary, class modules are very private beasts. They bring new meaning to the concept of hermit. Not only are class modules invisible to you most of the time, but they’re always invisible to each other. The VBA code in a class module is visible (and usable) only to the form or report to which the class module is attached. I think that it helps to envision a class module as literally being hidden behind its form, as in Figure 1-4. The VBA code in the class module is always hidden from the other objects in the database.
By default, procedures in a standard module are public, meaning that they’re visible to all objects in the current database. In a standard module, you can omit the Public keyword and just begin the line with the Sub or Function keyword. Either way, the module will be public (visible to all objects in the database). In the module, the procedure name always ends in a pair of closed parentheses, as in mySub() or myFunc(). The parentheses are required, so they’re typed in automatically when you click OK in the Add Procedure dialog box.