Access 2003 macros - If you have been working in Access for some time and did not add much automation to your database you probably are not satisfied. Your database needs more. It is time to write some VBA code.
Not everything you need to do with your database should be accomplished via code. Access has a variety of built-in commands that can help automate your application without writing even one line of code.
As a beginner, usually you start with the creation of a macro. This is a saved series of commands, which enables you to perform different operations. It can be attached to a command button on a form. When you click on it, the commands are then executed. You can use macros for a variety of tasks.
While they are perfectly acceptable and even recommended in certain situations, VBA has some advantages over a macro. Here are 3 advantages you will enjoy: