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MS Access: Modules

A module is a collection of user-defined functions, subroutines, and global variables written in VBA code. These objects can then be used/called from anywhere in your Access database.

The following is a list of topics that explain how to use Modules in Access:

Tutorials

Navigation Pane (Access 2010 and 2007)

  • Display modules in the Navigation Pane in Access 2013 | 2010 | 2007
  • Display all objects (tables, queries, forms, reports, modules) in the Navigation Pane in Access 2013 | 2010 | 2007
  • Display tables and related objects in the Navigation Pane in Access 2007

Errors

Launch applications

Sequential numbers

  • Create a sequential number that you can control instead of using an AutoNumber field in Access 2003 (or older)
  • Create a sequential number that you can control using a format such as AGR-0001 in Access 2003 (or older)
  • Create a sequential number that you can control using a format such as A05-0001 in Access 2003 (or older)
  • Create a sequential number that you can control using a format such as OD00000001 and generate multiple records at once in Access 2003 (or older)
  • Create a sequential number you control that is assigned every time a form is opened in Access 2003 (or older)

Oracle

Updates

Converting Macros to VBA

Hide/Unhide Close button on Access program

Tab Controls

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