Access VBA Macros | Recordsets exercise | Write VBA code to add, list and delete rows in a table

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Software ==> Access VBA Macros  (25 exercises)
Version ==> Access 2010 and later
Topic ==> Recordsets  (3 exercises)
Level ==> Average difficulty
Course ==> Access VBA macros
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The tblDirector table in our database contains many worthy names, but it's missing the most important one - yours!

Director table fields

The fields in the table of directors.

 

Write a macro called AddDirector which adds yourself into the table of directors.

You don't need to set values for either the DirectorID field (which will default to the next one in the list) or - one hopes - the DoD field.

Now write a macro called ListFemaleDirectors which does exactly that!

List of female directors

If you happen to be female, your list should contain one more person than this ...

 

Wendy Wise?  Seriously?  Write a macro called ZapWendy which loops over the directors, deleting any whose full name is Wendy Wise, then rerun the ListFemaleDirectors macro to check she's gone.

Save and close any modules and tables that you have open. 

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