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Microsoft® Access® 2010 VBA Programming Inside Out by Andrew Couch

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Chapter 9. Adding Functionality with Classes

You have seen in earlier chapters how Microsoft VBA program code is either contained in a module or held in a form’s class module. In this chapter, you look at how VBA also allows you to construct your own class modules.

It is often overlooked that VBA supports Object-Oriented Programming (OOP), so in this chapter, we introduce you to OOP concepts by having you construct your own classes. Many Microsoft Access developers take a look at classes and then give up because they have difficulty seeing the benefit and justification for using classes. It’s true that much of what can be achieved with a simple class can also be achieved by using libraries ...

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