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كتاب يحتوى على جميع اكواد vb فى الاكسيس اتمنى ان يكون مفيد لاعضاء المنتدى المبتدئين والمحترفين معا واهداء خاص للاخت العزيزة والقديرة ومعلمتى الاولى فى الاكسيس الاخت زهرة الغالية الغائبة الحاضرة معا فى منتدى الاكسيس ومحتوياتة هى
Chapter 1: Introduction to Access 2003 VBA 1
What Is Access 2003 VBA? 1
What’s New in Access 2003 VBA? 2
Access 2003 VBA Programming 101 2
Requirements Gathering Phase 2
Design Phase 3
Development Phase 17
Testing Phase 22
Implementation Phase 23
Summary 24
Exercises 25
Chapter 2: The Basics of Writing and Testing VBA Code 27
Creating Modules 27
Standard Modules versus Class Modules 29
Creating and Calling Procedures 33
Sub versus Function Procedure 33
Upgrading Macros to Procedures 46
Using Variables and Constants to Store Values 47
Types of Variables 47
Declaring and Using Variables 49
Constants 52
Scope and Lifetime of Variables and Constants 52
Naming Conventions 53
Controlling Program Flow 54
Decision Making 54
Loops 59
Documenting Your Code 62
Error Debugging 62
Types of Errors 63
Debugging Your Code 65
Contents
Error Handling 69
Default Error Messages 70
Handling Errors with an On Error Statement 70
The Err Object 72
Using the Errors Collection 73
Creating a Generic Error Handler 73
Summary 76
Exercises 76
Chapter 3: Programming Applications Using Objects 77
Elements of an Object 77
What Is a Property? 78
What Is a Method? 80
What Is an Event? 81
Viewing Objects Using the Object Browser 89
Ways to Refer to Objects 90
Using Access Collections and Objects 91
The Forms Collection and Form Object 92
The Reports Collection and Report Object 94
The CurrentProject Object 94
The DoCmd Object 95
The Screen Object 95
The Printers Collection and Printer Object 96
Other Objects 97
Summary 98
Exercises 98
Chapter 4: Creating Your Own Objects 99
Using Class Modules to Create Your Own Objects 99
Class Diagrams 100
Creating Properties 103
Creating Methods 109
Creating Events 111
Using the Class 112
Advanced Techniques 118
Create Custom Properties for Existing Objects 121
Using Existing Tag Property 121
Using Public Variables 121
Using Property Let, Property Get, and Property Set Routines 121
Create Custom Methods for Existing Objects 122
Using Public Sub Procedures and Functions 122
x
Contents
Summary 123
Exercises 124
Chapter 5: Interacting with Data Using ADO and SQL 125
Introduction to Data Access 125
Using ADODB to Work with Data 126
The ADO Object Model 126
The Connection Object 126
The Command Object 128
The Recordset Object 128
Introduction to SQL 155
Retrieving Data Using SQL Select Statements 155
Inserting Data Using SQL Insert Statements 160
Updating Data Using SQL Statements 160
Deleting Data Using SQL Statements 161
Using ADOX to Manipulate Data Objects 172
Creating a Table with ADOX 173
Managing Security with ADOX 174
Summary 176
Exercises 176
Chapter 6: Building Interactive Forms 177
Form Navigation and Flow 177
Working with Controls 183
Combo Boxes versus List Boxes 184
Tab Controls and Subforms 188
Building User Interaction 189
The MsgBox Function 190
Validating User Input 190
Adding Polish to Your Forms 191
Summary 192
Exercises 192
Chapter 7: Importing, Linking, and Exporting Using External Data Sources 193
Linking, Importing, and Exporting Overview 193
Access and Other Databases 194
Transferring Complete SQL Server Database 197
Spreadsheets 197
Text Files 198
XML Files 201
xi
Contents
E-mails and Outlook 202
Other Ways to Export Data 204
Using Data from Web Services 204
Summary 210
Exercises 210
Chapter 8: Creating Reports and Web-Enabled Output 211
Working with Reports from VBA 211
Setting the Report Data Source 211
Creating Reports Programmatically 213
Exporting Access Data to Web Formats 223
Creating Static HTML Pages 223
Creating ASP Pages 225
Creating Data Access Pages 227
Summary 232
Exercises 232
Chapter 9: Building SQL Server Applications with Access Projects 233
Access Projects—Using Access as a Front End to SQL server 233
Setting Up SQL Server 234
SQL Server Versions 235
Obtaining and Installing SQL Server Desktop Engine 236
Creating Access Projects (ADPs) 239
Using an Existing SQL Server Database 239
Using a New SQL Server Database 240
Working with SQL Server Objects from Access 243
SQL Server Tables 243
SQL Server Stored Procedures 246
SQL Server Views 248
SQL Server Functions 252
Migrating an Existing Access Database to an Access Project 254
Changes to an Existing Database 254
Using the Upsizing Wizard 255
Summary 261
Exercises 264
Chapter 10: Advanced Access Programming 265
Using Dynamic Link Libraries (DLLs) 265
Standard DLLs 265
Using External DLLs 269
xii
Contents
Automation 272
Working with Automation Objects 272
Controlling Microsoft Excel 273
Controlling Microsoft Word 276
Controlling Microsoft Outlook 279
ActiveX Controls 282
Libraries 285
Add-ins 289
Transactions 289
Summary 290
Exercises 291
Chapter 11: Finishing the Application 293
Multi-User Considerations 293
Record Locking and Update Conflicts 294
Multi-User Architecture Considerations 296
Optimizing Your Applications 299
Improving Actual Performance 300
Improving Perceived Performance 302
Running the Performance Analyzer 303
Securing Your Application 305
Adding a Database Password 305
Adding a Password for VBA Code 306
Adding Users, Groups, and Permissions 306
Encrypting a Database 307
Distributing Your Application 308
Distributing the Application to Users with the Full Version of Access 308
Distributing the Application with the Access Runtime 308
Distributing an Execute-Only Application 309
Maintaining the Application 309
Compacting and Repairing the Database 309
Making Backup Copies of the Database 309
Summary 310
Exercises 310
Chapter 12: Case Study 1: Project Tracker Application 311
Design Specifications 311
Building the Database 317
Building the User Interface 320
Building the Class Modules for the Objects 330
xiii
Contents
The Project Class 331
The Contact Class 345
Building the Standard Modules 356
Connecting the User Interface to the Code 382
The Projects Form 382
The Contacts Form 411
Touring the Finished Project Tracker Application 422
Summary 428
Chapter 13: Case Study 2: Customer Service Application 429
Design Specifications 429
Building the Database and Database Objects 432
Building the User Interface 443
Building the Class Module for the Objects 448
Building the Standard Modules 455
Connecting the User Interface to the Code 467
The Customer Search Form 468
The View/Manage Customer Accounts Form 473
Touring the Finished Customer Service Application 481
Summary 487
Appendix A: Exercise Answers 489
Index 495
xiv
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كتاب يحتوى على جميع اكواد vb فى الاكسيس اتمنى ان يكون مفيد لاعضاء المنتدى المبتدئين والمحترفين معا واهداء خاص للاخت العزيزة والقديرة ومعلمتى الاولى فى الاكسيس الاخت زهرة الغالية الغائبة الحاضرة معا فى منتدى الاكسيس ومحتوياتة هى

Chapter 1: Introduction to Access 2003 VBA 1

What Is Access 2003 VBA? 1

What’s New in Access 2003 VBA? 2

Access 2003 VBA Programming 101 2

Requirements Gathering Phase 2

Design Phase 3

Development Phase 17

Testing Phase 22

Implementation Phase 23

Summary 24

Exercises 25

Chapter 2: The Basics of Writing and Testing VBA Code 27

Creating Modules 27

Standard Modules versus Class Modules 29

Creating and Calling Procedures 33

Sub versus Function Procedure 33

Upgrading Macros to Procedures 46

Using Variables and Constants to Store Values 47

Types of Variables 47

Declaring and Using Variables 49

Constants 52

Scope and Lifetime of Variables and Constants 52

Naming Conventions 53

Controlling Program Flow 54

Decision Making 54

Loops 59

Documenting Your Code 62

Error Debugging 62

Types of Errors 63

Debugging Your Code 65

Contents

Error Handling 69

Default Error Messages 70

Handling Errors with an On Error Statement 70

The Err Object 72

Using the Errors Collection 73

Creating a Generic Error Handler 73

Summary 76

Exercises 76

Chapter 3: Programming Applications Using Objects 77

Elements of an Object 77

What Is a Property? 78

What Is a Method? 80

What Is an Event? 81

Viewing Objects Using the Object Browser 89

Ways to Refer to Objects 90

Using Access Collections and Objects 91

The Forms Collection and Form Object 92

The Reports Collection and Report Object 94

The CurrentProject Object 94

The DoCmd Object 95

The Screen Object 95

The Printers Collection and Printer Object 96

Other Objects 97

Summary 98

Exercises 98

Chapter 4: Creating Your Own Objects 99

Using Class Modules to Create Your Own Objects 99

Class Diagrams 100

Creating Properties 103

Creating Methods 109

Creating Events 111

Using the Class 112

Advanced Techniques 118

Create Custom Properties for Existing Objects 121

Using Existing Tag Property 121

Using Public Variables 121

Using Property Let, Property Get, and Property Set Routines 121

Create Custom Methods for Existing Objects 122

Using Public Sub Procedures and Functions 122

x

Contents

Summary 123

Exercises 124

Chapter 5: Interacting with Data Using ADO and SQL 125

Introduction to Data Access 125

Using ADODB to Work with Data 126

The ADO Object Model 126

The Connection Object 126

The Command Object 128

The Recordset Object 128

Introduction to SQL 155

Retrieving Data Using SQL Select Statements 155

Inserting Data Using SQL Insert Statements 160

Updating Data Using SQL Statements 160

Deleting Data Using SQL Statements 161

Using ADOX to Manipulate Data Objects 172

Creating a Table with ADOX 173

Managing Security with ADOX 174

Summary 176

Exercises 176

Chapter 6: Building Interactive Forms 177

Form Navigation and Flow 177

Working with Controls 183

Combo Boxes versus List Boxes 184

Tab Controls and Subforms 188

Building User Interaction 189

The MsgBox Function 190

Validating User Input 190

Adding Polish to Your Forms 191

Summary 192

Exercises 192

Chapter 7: Importing, Linking, and Exporting Using External Data Sources 193

Linking, Importing, and Exporting Overview 193

Access and Other Databases 194

Transferring Complete SQL Server Database 197

Spreadsheets 197

Text Files 198

XML Files 201

xi

Contents

E-mails and Outlook 202

Other Ways to Export Data 204

Using Data from Web Services 204

Summary 210

Exercises 210

Chapter 8: Creating Reports and Web-Enabled Output 211

Working with Reports from VBA 211

Setting the Report Data Source 211

Creating Reports Programmatically 213

Exporting Access Data to Web Formats 223

Creating Static HTML Pages 223

Creating ASP Pages 225

Creating Data Access Pages 227

Summary 232

Exercises 232

Chapter 9: Building SQL Server Applications with Access Projects 233

Access Projects—Using Access as a Front End to SQL server 233

Setting Up SQL Server 234

SQL Server Versions 235

Obtaining and Installing SQL Server Desktop Engine 236

Creating Access Projects (ADPs) 239

Using an Existing SQL Server Database 239

Using a New SQL Server Database 240

Working with SQL Server Objects from Access 243

SQL Server Tables 243

SQL Server Stored Procedures 246

SQL Server Views 248

SQL Server Functions 252

Migrating an Existing Access Database to an Access Project 254

Changes to an Existing Database 254

Using the Upsizing Wizard 255

Summary 261

Exercises 264

Chapter 10: Advanced Access Programming 265

Using Dynamic Link Libraries (DLLs) 265

Standard DLLs 265

Using External DLLs 269

xii

Contents

Automation 272

Working with Automation Objects 272

Controlling Microsoft Excel 273

Controlling Microsoft Word 276

Controlling Microsoft Outlook 279

ActiveX Controls 282

Libraries 285

Add-ins 289

Transactions 289

Summary 290

Exercises 291

Chapter 11: Finishing the Application 293

Multi-User Considerations 293

Record Locking and Update Conflicts 294

Multi-User Architecture Considerations 296

Optimizing Your Applications 299

Improving Actual Performance 300

Improving Perceived Performance 302

Running the Performance Analyzer 303

Securing Your Application 305

Adding a Database Password 305

Adding a Password for VBA Code 306

Adding Users, Groups, and Permissions 306

Encrypting a Database 307

Distributing Your Application 308

Distributing the Application to Users with the Full Version of Access 308

Distributing the Application with the Access Runtime 308

Distributing an Execute-Only Application 309

Maintaining the Application 309

Compacting and Repairing the Database 309

Making Backup Copies of the Database 309

Summary 310

Exercises 310

Chapter 12: Case Study 1: Project Tracker Application 311

Design Specifications 311

Building the Database 317

Building the User Interface 320

Building the Class Modules for the Objects 330

xiii

Contents

The Project Class 331

The Contact Class 345

Building the Standard Modules 356

Connecting the User Interface to the Code 382

The Projects Form 382

The Contacts Form 411

Touring the Finished Project Tracker Application 422

Summary 428

Chapter 13: Case Study 2: Customer Service Application 429

Design Specifications 429

Building the Database and Database Objects 432

Building the User Interface 443

Building the Class Module for the Objects 448

Building the Standard Modules 455

Connecting the User Interface to the Code 467

The Customer Search Form 468

The View/Manage Customer Accounts Form 473

Touring the Finished Customer Service Application 481

Summary 487

Appendix A: Exercise Answers 489

Index 495

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On 8/11/2011 at 2:10 AM, xman3123 said:

كتاب يحتوى على جميع اكواد vb فى الاكسيس اتمنى ان يكون مفيد لاعضاء المنتدى المبتدئين والمحترفين معا واهداء خاص للاخت العزيزة والقديرة ومعلمتى الاولى فى الاكسيس الاخت زهرة الغالية الغائبة الحاضرة معا فى منتدى الاكسيس ومحتوياتة هى
Chapter 1: Introduction to Access 2003 VBA 1
What Is Access 2003 VBA? 1
What’s New in Access 2003 VBA? 2
Access 2003 VBA Programming 101 2
Requirements Gathering Phase 2
Design Phase 3
Development Phase 17
Testing Phase 22
Implementation Phase 23
Summary 24
Exercises 25
Chapter 2: The Basics of Writing and Testing VBA Code 27
Creating Modules 27
Standard Modules versus Class Modules 29
Creating and Calling Procedures 33
Sub versus Function Procedure 33
Upgrading Macros to Procedures 46
Using Variables and Constants to Store Values 47
Types of Variables 47
Declaring and Using Variables 49
Constants 52
Scope and Lifetime of Variables and Constants 52
Naming Conventions 53
Controlling Program Flow 54
Decision Making 54
Loops 59
Documenting Your Code 62
Error Debugging 62
Types of Errors 63
Debugging Your Code 65
Contents
Error Handling 69
Default Error Messages 70
Handling Errors with an On Error Statement 70
The Err Object 72
Using the Errors Collection 73
Creating a Generic Error Handler 73
Summary 76
Exercises 76
Chapter 3: Programming Applications Using Objects 77
Elements of an Object 77
What Is a Property? 78
What Is a Method? 80
What Is an Event? 81
Viewing Objects Using the Object Browser 89
Ways to Refer to Objects 90
Using Access Collections and Objects 91
The Forms Collection and Form Object 92
The Reports Collection and Report Object 94
The CurrentProject Object 94
The DoCmd Object 95
The Screen Object 95
The Printers Collection and Printer Object 96
Other Objects 97
Summary 98
Exercises 98
Chapter 4: Creating Your Own Objects 99
Using Class Modules to Create Your Own Objects 99
Class Diagrams 100
Creating Properties 103
Creating Methods 109
Creating Events 111
Using the Class 112
Advanced Techniques 118
Create Custom Properties for Existing Objects 121
Using Existing Tag Property 121
Using Public Variables 121
Using Property Let, Property Get, and Property Set Routines 121
Create Custom Methods for Existing Objects 122
Using Public Sub Procedures and Functions 122
x
Contents
Summary 123
Exercises 124
Chapter 5: Interacting with Data Using ADO and SQL 125
Introduction to Data Access 125
Using ADODB to Work with Data 126
The ADO Object Model 126
The Connection Object 126
The Command Object 128
The Recordset Object 128
Introduction to SQL 155
Retrieving Data Using SQL Select Statements 155
Inserting Data Using SQL Insert Statements 160
Updating Data Using SQL Statements 160
Deleting Data Using SQL Statements 161
Using ADOX to Manipulate Data Objects 172
Creating a Table with ADOX 173
Managing Security with ADOX 174
Summary 176
Exercises 176
Chapter 6: Building Interactive Forms 177
Form Navigation and Flow 177
Working with Controls 183
Combo Boxes versus List Boxes 184
Tab Controls and Subforms 188
Building User Interaction 189
The MsgBox Function 190
Validating User Input 190
Adding Polish to Your Forms 191
Summary 192
Exercises 192
Chapter 7: Importing, Linking, and Exporting Using External Data Sources 193
Linking, Importing, and Exporting Overview 193
Access and Other Databases 194
Transferring Complete SQL Server Database 197
Spreadsheets 197
Text Files 198
XML Files 201
xi
Contents
E-mails and Outlook 202
Other Ways to Export Data 204
Using Data from Web Services 204
Summary 210
Exercises 210
Chapter 8: Creating Reports and Web-Enabled Output 211
Working with Reports from VBA 211
Setting the Report Data Source 211
Creating Reports Programmatically 213
Exporting Access Data to Web Formats 223
Creating Static HTML Pages 223
Creating ASP Pages 225
Creating Data Access Pages 227
Summary 232
Exercises 232
Chapter 9: Building SQL Server Applications with Access Projects 233
Access Projects—Using Access as a Front End to SQL server 233
Setting Up SQL Server 234
SQL Server Versions 235
Obtaining and Installing SQL Server Desktop Engine 236
Creating Access Projects (ADPs) 239
Using an Existing SQL Server Database 239
Using a New SQL Server Database 240
Working with SQL Server Objects from Access 243
SQL Server Tables 243
SQL Server Stored Procedures 246
SQL Server Views 248
SQL Server Functions 252
Migrating an Existing Access Database to an Access Project 254
Changes to an Existing Database 254
Using the Upsizing Wizard 255
Summary 261
Exercises 264
Chapter 10: Advanced Access Programming 265
Using Dynamic Link Libraries (DLLs) 265
Standard DLLs 265
Using External DLLs 269
xii
Contents
Automation 272
Working with Automation Objects 272
Controlling Microsoft Excel 273
Controlling Microsoft Word 276
Controlling Microsoft Outlook 279
ActiveX Controls 282
Libraries 285
Add-ins 289
Transactions 289
Summary 290
Exercises 291
Chapter 11: Finishing the Application 293
Multi-User Considerations 293
Record Locking and Update Conflicts 294
Multi-User Architecture Considerations 296
Optimizing Your Applications 299
Improving Actual Performance 300
Improving Perceived Performance 302
Running the Performance Analyzer 303
Securing Your Application 305
Adding a Database Password 305
Adding a Password for VBA Code 306
Adding Users, Groups, and Permissions 306
Encrypting a Database 307
Distributing Your Application 308
Distributing the Application to Users with the Full Version of Access 308
Distributing the Application with the Access Runtime 308
Distributing an Execute-Only Application 309
Maintaining the Application 309
Compacting and Repairing the Database 309
Making Backup Copies of the Database 309
Summary 310
Exercises 310
Chapter 12: Case Study 1: Project Tracker Application 311
Design Specifications 311
Building the Database 317
Building the User Interface 320
Building the Class Modules for the Objects 330
xiii
Contents
The Project Class 331
The Contact Class 345
Building the Standard Modules 356
Connecting the User Interface to the Code 382
The Projects Form 382
The Contacts Form 411
Touring the Finished Project Tracker Application 422
Summary 428
Chapter 13: Case Study 2: Customer Service Application 429
Design Specifications 429
Building the Database and Database Objects 432
Building the User Interface 443
Building the Class Module for the Objects 448
Building the Standard Modules 455
Connecting the User Interface to the Code 467
The Customer Search Form 468
The View/Manage Customer Accounts Form 473
Touring the Finished Customer Service Application 481
Summary 487
Appendix A: Exercise Answers 489
Index 495
xiv
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