ACCESS VBA MACROS EXERCISES▼
Access VBA Macros | Looping exercise | Access objects to list out tables/forms
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Create a module called modLooping.
Create a subroutine called ListTables which lists out the names of all of the tables in your database to the immediate window, by looping over all of the Access objects in the AllTables collection of the CurrentData object!
Note that the AllTables collection also includes system tables beginning with MSys, so you need to strip these out.
The output from your macro should be something like this:
The MSys tables are excluded
If you have time, write a similar macro called ListForms to list out all of the forms in your database to the immediate window.
Save and close your module.