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   ► KBDesktop Data...Access & VBAAccess VBALanguage Basics   Print This     
  From the December 2015 Issue of Prestwood eMag
 
Access Language Basics:
Access VBA Overview and History
 
Posted 16 years ago on 12/18/2008
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Access VBA Overview and History

Language Overview: Class-based language. Although you can create classes, Access VBA is not fully OOP. It is a traditional language with a few OOP extensions. You code in a traditional approach using functions, procedures, and global data, and you can make use of simple classes to help organize your reusable code.

Target Platforms: Microsoft Access is most suitable for creating business desktop applications that run within Microsoft Access for Windows.


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