Access VBA Macros exercises on MESSAGES AND VARIABLES

This page lists the 8 exercises about Messages and variables in Access VBA Macros on our website:

Software: Access VBA Macros
Version: Access 2010 and later
Topic: Messages and variables
Level: Relatively easy
Course: Access VBA macros
Exercise: Write a macro which displays an InputBox asking for the name of a table, then opens the named table.

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Software: Access VBA Macros
Version: Access 2010 and later
Topic: Messages and variables
Level: Relatively easy
Course: Access VBA macros
Exercise: Ask a user to type in their name and age, and store these in variables.

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Software: Access VBA Macros
Version: Access 2010 and later
Topic: Messages and variables
Level: Relatively easy
Course: Access VBA macros
Exercise: Use VBA to run a simple query, displaying a message box.

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Software: Access VBA Macros
Version: Access 2010 and later
Topic: Messages and variables
Level: Average difficulty
Course: Access VBA macros
Exercise: Display two input boxes asking for integers, then display message built up showing answer.

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Software: Access VBA Macros
Version: Access 2010 and later
Topic: Messages and variables
Level: Average difficulty
Course: Access VBA macros
Exercise: Write a macro to ask for the name of a table, then open this table.

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Software: Access VBA Macros
Version: Access 2010 and later
Topic: Messages and variables
Level: Average difficulty
Course: Access VBA macros
Exercise: Write a VBA procedure to suppress warnings and run an action query.

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Software: Access VBA Macros
Version: Access 2010 and later
Topic: Messages and variables
Level: Average difficulty
Course: Access VBA macros
Exercise: Turn off Access warning messages, then run an action query to update a particular field in a table of films.

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Software: Access VBA Macros
Version: Access 2010 and later
Topic: Messages and variables
Level: Harder than average
Course: Access VBA macros
Exercise: Write a procedure to run a make-table action query, then delete the table created.

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