Access | Uses of VBA exercise | Pet menu form

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Software ==> Access  (66 exercises)
Version ==> Access 2010 and later
Topic ==> Uses of VBA  (5 exercises)
Level ==> Average difficulty
Subject ==> Access training
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Create two simple forms:

  • A form called frmOwnerSimple to view or edit owner details;
  • A form called frmPetSimple to view or edit pet details.

Create a new form in design view called frmMenu to resemble the example shown below:

Access 2010 exercise - Uses of VBA (image 1)

Use properties to turn off the unnecessary features such as Record Selectors

Write code in the Open event of the form so that it appears restored rather than maximised when it is opened.

Attach code to each of the buttons to:

  • Hide the menu form (use the Visible property of the form to do this);
  • Open the relevant form (depending on the button clicked).

Attach code to the Close event of each of the input forms, so that when either form is closed, the main menu becomes visible again.

Check that the system works, then save and close all the forms.

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