Access VBA Macros | Messages and variables exercise | Create a dating agency application form using input boxes

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Software ==> Access VBA Macros  (25 exercises)
Version ==> Access 2010 and later
Topic ==> Messages and variables  (8 exercises)
Level ==> Relatively easy
Course ==> Access VBA macros
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First create 2 variables:

Variable Will hold
PersonName A person's name
PersonAge A person's age

Create a procedure called DatingAgency which asks a user to fill in their name and then their age, using two separate input boxes:

Getting age

An example of what the second of the two input boxes might look like.

Everyone lies about their age - add 10 to the age variable.

When a user has answered both boxes, display a confirmation message: 

Example message box

An example of what your confirmation might look like.

 

Save and close any modules, tables and queries you may have open.

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