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Part VII: Appendixes > Entering and Running the Sample Programs

D.7. Entering and Running the Sample Programs

If you've downloaded the sample file from O'Reilly & Associates, your database already includes a code module, Examples, that contains all of the book's sample VBA programs. If not, you can create a code module yourself and enter programs into it. To create the code module:

  1. Select the Modules tab when the Library database is open in the Database window.

  2. Click on the New button to create a new code module.

  3. When Access opens a new code module (which it will usually name Module1, unless your database already contains code modules saved with their default names), click on the Save button on the toolbar.

  4. When Access displays the Save As dialog, enter the name of your new code module, Examples, in the Module Name text box and click OK.


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