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ACCESS VBA MACROS EXERCISES
Exercise: Macros to add, edit and delete records
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Have a look at the table tblLanguage:
It's not clear what the rating means - but fortunately it doesn't matter!
Create a module called modRecordsets.
Within this new module, create 3 new procedures as follows:
- One called AddLanguages to add Latin (rating 2) and Swedish (rating 1) to the table
- One called DeleteBadLanguages to delete any languages with rating of 2 or less from the table
- One called UpdateRatings which increases the rating of every "good" language (ie of every language with a rating of 5 or more) by 1 whenever you run the procedure
Be very careful when you run the program to delete bad languages that it doesn't delete all of them - it might be an idea to step through your macro at this point!
Save and close your module.