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Tips for VBA Modules

NOTE: All the VBA code segments on the Database Lessons site assume that you have DAO references active. If you are not sure what this means, and you are using Microsoft Access 2000 or higher, click here.


Our best read articles in this section are the ones about connecting MS Access to other programs.

As a reference to accompany the above article on Powerpoint, there is an article about Naming Powerpoint Objects.

In case you were wondering - Why I do not use Macros in MS Access.

Have you noticed that 5.5 rounds to 6 and 6.5 also rounds to 6? If you want 6.5 to round to 7, like I do, then read this article about Rounding Numbers.

 
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