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VBA Tips: A Pop-up Calendar for Excel
You can miss out this step if you want to store your calendar in a different workbook. Otherwise, start Excel and go to Tools > Macro > Visual Basic Editor ...
FrontPage Tips: Custom Cursors for Your Web Pages
If you want free, ready-made cursors, a visit to your favourite search engine will return ... Download a zip file containing the cursors you have seen here. ...
Martin Green's Access Tips
The question I get asked most of all in Access is "Can I have a drop-down list in my parameter query?" With a little form design and a touch of VBA code you ...
Access Tips: Parameter Queries
Access has a tool to solve that problem, the Parameter Query. ... When you run a parameter query Access presents you with a dialog box prompting you for the ...
Casebook: Display a Floating Frame Inside a Picture
The inline frame gets a z-index of 2 to place it on top of the image. Take a look at the result. Here's the code: <span style="position: absolute; left: 10; ...
VBA Tips: An Improved Custom Random Numbers Function
In an earlier tutorial (More Custom Functions for Access and Excel) I included a custom function for generating random numbers within a chosen range. ...
eBook: The Visual Basic Editor by Martin Green
This eBook is a comprehensive guide to using the Visual Basic Editor, illustrating its many ... Look at sample pages of the Visual Basic Editor eBook. ...
VBA Tips: A Pop-up Calendar for Excel
You can miss out this step if you want to store your calendar in a different workbook. Otherwise, start Excel and go to Tools > Macro > Visual Basic Editor ...
Access Tips: Query and Filter Criteria
When constructing a query or a filter, you need to tell Access what to look for in each field. You do this by defining criteria - typing something (an ...
Access Tips: Calculating in Queries
This tutorial shows you how to perform simple calculations in a query. For more examples of calculations look at Working with Dates in Access Queries and ...
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