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View Poll Results: What is the best way to learn VBA?
Book 109 35.62%
Help 48 15.69%
Internet 154 50.33%
Macro Recorder 117 38.24%
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Old 08-09-2006, 04:26 PM
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Default Best way to learn VBA.

I'll rank my choices.

1. Good book. Any of the VBA books by Walkebach will do. This will help you write clean, readable code.

2. VBA Help files. Type what you want to do in help. They have some good examples.

3. Internet. Google it or post your question on a discussion board.

Avoid the macro recorder until you have honed your skills. It writes sloppy code and there is no macro recorder in Access.

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