Tag Archives: Access

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VBA Access, Recordset.Recordcount

The ADODB.Recordset object has a recordcount property. This property returns the number of records in the recordset. This property may or may not work correctly depending on the cursor type chosen. For the following cursor types this property will work correctly: adOpenKeyset adOpenStatic but for

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VBA, Open Access Database From Excel

In this article I will explain how you can open an existing Access database from Excel using VBA. If you wish to only import the data into excel you could use the topic covered in the article below: Excel Connect To External Data (Access Database ) In

Access DataSheet Forms

In this article I will explain how to create datasheet forms in access. – What is it? Datasheet forms are forms that look like an Access table (a datasheet): – How to? Step 1: Click on the Form Wizard button on the Create Ribbon: Step

Access Tables Design View

This article explains how to display Access tables in design view. – Method 1: Right click the table on the left and click on design view: Result: – Method 2: Step 1: Open the table you want to display in design view: Step 2: On either

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Iterate and Search for Values in a Table, Access VBA

This article will explain how to perform a search operation on an Access table using VBA. Note: A faster approach for doing searches would be to use queries. For more information on this please see the link below: Recordset Query Search , Access VBA The article

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Access Create Popup Form

This article explains how to create popup forms like the one below in Access: – Step 1: Open the form in design view: – Step 2: Change the Popup property to “Yes”: See also: Open Form When Database is Opened, Access Access Form Design View

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Read Data from Table, Access VBA

In this article I will explain how you can read data from an Access table using VBA. This article uses the ADODB.Recordset object. In order to use this object you may need to add reference to ADODB object library. For more information on this topic

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Access VBA, Referencing Forms

In this article I will explain how you can reference access forms using VBA. For example: Form_MyTable1.Recalc Form_MyTable1.Requery Form_MyTable1.Controls.Item (1) Form_MyTable1.Width = 45 but before this can be done the Form_MyTable1 needs to be created. This can be done by following the steps below: – Step 1: Double

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VBA Access Recordset, Object Library

If you are going to be working with the Recordset object in VBA for Access, there are 2 options. Early binding Late binding In the first method we add reference to the Access Object Library, before execution. It will run faster and we will have access to the VBA editor intellisense. On the other hand

Query Dates, Access

This article will explain how to run queries on dates in an access database. It will be assumed that our database has the following data: 3 fields with the second field storing dates. – Selecting the Right Datatype: It is essential that dates are stored