Using Microsoft Access

Access Example Databases and Code Repository Sites
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Links to sites with example databases and VBA Code Repositories. You will find lots of useful Visual Basic for Appliations ( VBA ) code to help with building your Microsoft Access Database with Visual Basic for Appliations ( VBA ).


Also see: Access Developer Tools: Apps, Add-ins, VBA Code

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1   Link   UtterAccess Code Archive
Here you will find hundreds of example databases on almost every subject.
2   Link   Access Web - Access MVPS VBA code
This FAQ site is designed to help Microsoft Access developers find answers for some common questions.

All code, utilities, and addins provided here are free and you are allowed to use them as part of your own applications. If you are going to redistribute any code, please be courteous to the original authors by mentioning their contributions and by following any copyright guidelines the author may have provided along with the utility or code.
3   Link   Access MVPs
Here you will find blogs and examples from Access MVPs
4   Link   Stephen Lebans's Website
Inside you will find hints, tips and source code you can use in your own Access Database projects, whether they are personal or commercial, for Free! You may not resell my source code as a collection or part of a collection. Source Code is included with all projects. Enjoy!
5   Link   Microsoft's Office Templates
Microsoft has many templates available for the Office Suite.
6   Link   Utter:angel
Utter:Angel is dedicated to providing free example demos and databases in Visual Basic and MS Access, and useful Development Documents to download for all coders, noobs to experts.
7   Link   BTAB Development
8   Link   Example Microsoft Access Methods
The following are examples of different functionalities for Access MDBs.
If you have any suggestions for improvements or for other example utilities that would be useful additions then email at the usual address.

All examples are in Access 2000 format.
9   Link   Access World Forums Code Repository
10   Link   Access World Forums Sample Databases
11   Link   DBForums Code Bank
12   Link   BaldyWeb
A place for Access/SQL Server solutions
13   Link   Allen Browne's tips for Microsoft Access
Brief tutorials and help for novices and database developers. Examples and solutions to implement. Bugs and traps to avoid. Sample code and utilities to download. All free.

This is literally an FAQ. It has grown in response to the most frequently asked questions in Access newsgroups, for 15 years. Each page explains the most efficient solution that works completely within Access, as simply as possible.
14   Link   FunctionX Tutorials
15   Link   Roger's Access Library
Roger's Download Samples
16   Link   Stuart McCall's Microsoft Access Pages
his site is a no-frills collection of Access and VBA code, tips and techniques, constructed by me over the years. You may take content from this site for free and do whatever you like with it. No restrictions, no copyrights, no bullshit (and hardly any documentation, although I'm working on it. Honest!). If anything here assists you in your endeavours, then I'm glad to have helped.
17   Link   Hook'D on Access
A few samples including Calendar Reports
18   Link   Doug's pathetic Microsoft Access page
Doug's pathetic Microsoft Access page by Doug Steele. Doug has written articles for Advisor Media and Database Journal. You can find the articles and sample databases here.
19   Link   Tony's Main Microsoft Access Page
Tony's Microsoft Access tips, hints and links including Email FAQ and Access based accounting systems. One of the oldest Microsoft Access websites.
20   Link   Access Junkie
On these pages you will find lots of information on Microsoft's database application called Access. If you like using Access, this is definitely the place to be. This particular area of our web site will continue to expand and grow as we add more information. Keep checking back often to see what we have added. Follow the links on the left side of the navigation area to see what we have.
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