Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Chapter 1: What the Heck Is VBA?
Figure 1-4:
Create
a new
module.
To show a list of modules in the Navigation Pane, click the button at the top
of the Navigation Pane and choose Modules from the drop-down menu, as
shown in Figure 1-5. If you’ve already created and saved a standard module,
you can open it by double-clicking its name. If the current database contains
no standard modules, you won’t even see Modules as a category.
Figure 1-5:
Open a
pane to see
standard
modules.
Regardless of whether you create or open a module, you end up in Visual
Basic Editor. The editor is a separate program with its own Windows taskbar
button; it retains the old-style Windows look and feel, using menus instead of
the Ribbon. We cover that topic in more detail later in this chapter. For now,
keep in mind that you can close Visual Basic Editor and return to Access at
any time by clicking the Close (X) button in the top-right corner of the editor
window.
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