£695 + VAT for most venues (£850 + 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!
Jeff Sears (Penguin Random House Group Ltd)
Danielle Ryan (Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government)
Neil Dibsdall (Cybertill Limited)
Alison Goulder (Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government)
Mitalee Pisavadia (Public Health England)
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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.
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