£625 + VAT for most venues (£750 + VAT for London)
Access supports two different programming languages:
If you're going to be using Access, we think you should be learning VBA - it's far more powerful, and is compatible with the programming languages used by other MS Office applications such as Excel and Word. On this two-day course you'll learn about the DoCmd object, variables, handling form events, linking to recordsets and much more!
Russell Harvey (Premier Farnell UK Ltd)
Brendan Callaghan (RS Components)
Mary-Ann Forrest (Cotswold District Council)
Karen Stansfield (Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust)
Christopher Finnemore (University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust)
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Delegates should only attend this course if they have a good working knowledge of Access basics, and if they are proficient computer users. Experience of programming, while useful, is not essential.