Learn how to begin unleashing the full potential of Access databases
What is VBA?
VBA stands for Visual Basic, and is the programming language used by Microsoft Office programs, including Access. Access allows users to write and run VBA code directly in their databases.
Why learn VBA?
Being able to use VBA in your databases unlocks all kinds of new abilities that simply are not possible otherwise.
While Microsoft Access is powerful, VBA gives you endless database design possibilities that will take you to the next level. This course begins to teach you how to create a database that can be used by clients who have no knowledge of Access.
Create Searches and Filters
Use VBA to allow people to easily search and filter your database without having to manually create any queries themselves.
Let users generate regular reports with the click of a button instead of manually creating a complex design.
Use VBA to make complex processes easy. Start realizing Access's full potential for simplification.
Can I learn VBA?
This course has already helped thousands learn how to use this programming language. Its accessible, straightforward approach to teaching VBA makes it easy to learn. Join Bruce as he guides you through examples of the practical things you can use VBA for in a database. Example databases are provided throughout the course so you can follow along step-by-step as a basic database design is taken to a new level through VBA programming.